I've tried 2 different approaches to recording movies to photo jpeg codec.
- qt.record @raw -> afterwards export to photojpeg in quicktime player.
- qt.record @jpeg max
Exporting afterwards generates much better quality and higher bandwidth. For
example exporting from raw to jpeg quality high results in 29mbit/s as
opposed to 11mbit/s for recording directly to jpeg @ quality max. I don't
really understand why it has to be like this. Is it maybe possible for
jitter in the future to export good quality jpeg?
I remember a discussion about the qt.record options some time ago, ending in
a vague promise about extending the export possibilities for a future jitter
update. Is this maybe the case in 1.6? I would just love to be able to
export good quality jpeg without having to deal with the filesizes of raw