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mediainfo doesn't display bit depth for ProRes video. Afaik ProRes supports up to 12-bit pixel depth
If I rely on:
4:2:2 / 4:4:4:4 source material
10-bit (12-bit for ProRes 4444) sample depth
Do you agree it it exact?
If it is the case, I could base the indication on the 422 / 444 flag.
4:2:2 chroma subsampling
10-bit sample depth
4:4:4 chroma subsampling
up to 12-bit pixel depth
The "up to" is a problem, I don't know how to detect 10/12 bit difference.
I need a sample with 444 at 10 bpp and a sample with 444 at 12 bpp, maybe I would find a difference in hte ProRes header (reverse engineering).
Please provide samples 5I can provide a private FTP server access if you need one)
I have only one ProRes file with 4:2:2 chroma subsampling and unknown bit depth. (actually my first prores file ever)
Hi. Try these: http://www.convergent-design.com/Products/Gemini444/Gemini444VideoSamples.aspx
On this webpage, where is the ProRes 444 10-bit file and where is the 444 12-bit file?