A Short Discussion About Light, Part 28

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Dr. Sassi recommends using the 32 bit OpenEXR format for it's relatively small size and for the extensive amount of information it can hold.

In this video Dr. Sassi recommends using the 32 bit OpenEXR format for it's relatively small size and for the extensive amount of information it can hold. Using both CINEMA and Nuke to analyze images of various bit depths, he covers the many options you have to manipulate an image saved with 32 bits per channel over lower bit depth formats.

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