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Premiered Mar 20, 2020
Recording with the Canon EOS R and the Atomos Ninja V external monitor and recorder. What file sizes can you expect? Does it actually make a difference in quality to record ProRes LT or HQ? Or is the Canon EOS R internal recording in IPB or ALL-I good enough?
00:00 Intro 00:41 Disclaimer — I Bought All the Gear Myself 01:08 Questions? Leave Them in the Comments Below 😄. 01:49 Benefits of Using the Atomos Ninja V 04:01 What About File Sizes, Frame Rates, and Quality Levels? 04:15 Available Frame Rates With the Atomos Ninja V and Canon EOS R 06:08 Recording a Different Resolution Than What is Output? 06:37 Codecs — File Size and Quality 08:04 Internal Canon EOS R Codec Differences IPB vs ALL-I 09:26 Recording ProRes With the Atomos Ninja V 09:34 Does IPB and ALL-I Change the HDMI Output? 10:09 ProRes File Size Overview Chart 10:29 How Long Can You Record With a 500gb SSD Drive? 11:46 Recording ALL-I vs IPB and 8bit vs 10bit in ProRes on the Ninja V 13:10 But What About Quality Differences Between ProRes 422 LT and HQ? 13:31 Is There a Difference When Using C-Log View Assist? 15:15 Internal ALL-I vs ProRes 422 LT? 15:44 Comparing 8bit 4k vs 10bit 4k ProRes LT 16:25 ProRes 422 LT vs 422 vs 422 HQ 16:54 Internal IPB vs ALL-I vs External ProRes 422 LT 1080p and 4k 17:36 Conclusion 19:02 Outro