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I shot another round of Planetary Videos of Saturn the other night with my T2i using 5xLiveView, and allowing BYE to launch a Background Instance of FFMPeg to create AVIs of the LiveView Stream.
The results for 1000 Frames: JPG Folder = 150MB AVI file = 1992MB
The JPG files are stored at Quality=97, which invokes "nearly Lossless" File Compression. Individual Files are about 150-155KB.
The AVI uses a DIB Codec which stores entire Frames bit-for-bit with NO File Compression. Is there a specific reason for choosing the DIB Codec??
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