My name is Hugo and this is my first post in this great forum.
I work as color management technician in photography but also started to also deal with TV, projectors and video a few years ago. Now I'm using CalMAN to calibrate these devices.
I used AVS709 clips for that and they are absolutely great.
But I want to create some new patches for myself, for some particular tasks. I've done some of the job, like creating the original images, but I have problems in creating the final video clips.
Here is where I ask for some help. I've seen AVS709 uses x264 [email protected]
, 4;2;0, nominal 15mbps, GOP N=48.
I've tried to encode my clips using Vegas Pro and Premiere pro but failed to keep the original color. If I extract a frame from the encoded clip, the RGB values of the pixels are different (and it's not something related to the legal/full RGB range). I've tested this with red patches.
Neither Vegas nor Premiere seems to let me use x264; they only use their own h.264 codec, so I guess I have to create a master clip using very low compression, like MJPEG or something similar to then do the final encoding with x264, right?
I know this is maybe a question only for experts that already created their own patches, but I don't know exactly how to achieve it.