Can the latest version of Avidemux be used to select frames from Panasonic 6K photo mode (essentially a 30fps video with 6K x 3K dimensions)?
You put me on the wrong foot
6K is the maximum resolution of Epic Dragon. 6144x3160 or 19.4 megapixels at a 1.94:1 aspect ratio.
6K is 9.36x more pixels than 1080p.
6K is 8.78x more pixels than 2K.
6K is 2.2x more pixels than 4K.
6K is 1.4x more pixels than 5K.
At 300 DPI you can make a 20.48x10.53 inch print from a full 6K Dragon image.
At 150 DPI you can make a 40.96x21.067 inch print from a full 6K Dragon image.
6K is 14% more resolution than 5K for a pristine full debayer down to 4K. Meaning it's a 66.7% down sample/debayer to 4K.
source: Phil Holland - Cinematographer - Los Angeles
I will try to test, look in to this further , brand new camera
Currently there is not 6K photo mode video material in the wild. Review(s) is/are speaking of photo burst shoot.
Next will be testing real 6k video and let you know later today.Update:
camera shoots video in 3.840 x 2.160 (4K UHDTV) & 4.096 x 2.160 (Digital Cinema Initiatives
native 4K resolution)
6K photo mode (photo burst = no video!) you can create small video clip from these photo's.