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JIM i must correct you on this one, and hexcode99, you should look at this: this comes from my other post at ' http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?53@@.59b7bec1/30'
My conclusion is that None is not lossless, in fact it is the same as PlanarRGB and None takes so much more space than it. This is rendering from a AVCHD sony camcorder hdr-sr12
'After comparing many codecs, here are my results(click on them and compare them with your browser tabs):
and the original footage: AVCHD
As you may notice, planarRGB and None look exactly the same pixel by pixel. Animation just looks screwed up.'
That is odd. My test, that I just did, found a "None" export to be pixel to pixel, the same as the import video. Does anyone know for sure?
"None" is the raw RGB data. There is no compression applied, hence it can be considered lossless. (At least on the PC side of things.)