Can I use this in their youtube video? Commenting I mean.According to the CEA (Consumer Electronics Association), HDR10 must meet certain standards, including 4:2:0 colour sub-sampling, 10-bit bit depth and the BT.2020 colour space. It applies those specific standards to the picture displayed by the TV.
Dolby Vision is 12bit.
I would like to know what tools they are using to claim 10 bit video?
Hey, at least they took their time to reply. I bet you $1, DJI would have just ignored me. If the 10-bit is real, then the Evo's camera should almost be on par with the M2P. Only difference now would be the sensor.
Autel just released this video a few minutes ago and they claim to have a 10-bit camera in H.265. Is this right? Or did I misunderstand something along the way?
I know I can't run H.265. I've lost some great footage, because I can't use it.I started the video out at 3:13 in case anyone needs to know how to shoot like a pro
The information you are saying they are claiming is mention at exactly 4:00 minutes.
I knew this weeks ago and already played around with it. As mentioned in the video -- it takes A LOT out of your PC, so be careful.... hahahahah
I stuck with h.264 - it's still hard on your computer, but nothing like h.265 was.
I did not notice any difference much in color -- this may be different once I am setup with ND filters.