Posted October 21 2006 - 11:53 PM
| Originally Posted by Marko Berg |
I've never heard this claim made before. How is an all-digital source better than a digital source that originated from film as far as compression is concerned? It's an honest question and I'd like to know more, so if you have a link please provide one.
Marko, if it was filmed with DIGITAL CAMERAS, you have cleaner image, no film grain etc etc.... so in the final you will get better compression ratio compare to film source....
PS. it's almost like when I am doing DVD from digital source (with digital camera involved) compare to analog betacam, you will have analog noise...... so I have to be more carefull and I need more bitrates to handle that noise, here you have film grain (of course depends on film stock or digital cleaning..)