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  1. Hi everybody, sorry for the silly question but I'm way more familiar with ALEXAs than with the epic/dragon family. I was wondering if on the dragon there's a way to send different signals on different monitors, like in the Alexa. By that I mean the possibility of having the director seeing the LUT/REC 709 in the director's monitor and the DP the RAW in the EVF/on board monitor for example. I've been playing with the DONNA app but I cannot figure it out. Thanks so much in advance for the help, Davide Sorasio
  2. Hi everybody, I'm trying to really get the difference between RGB and YCbCR. The problem is that I cannot find a consistent answer to this question. From what I know they are both signals. I know that RGB is always a 4:4:4 signal while YCbCr can be subsapled in different ways. I also know that YCbCr is originated by the RGB because this last signak is redundant so (what does ut exactly mean?). I also would like to know the difference between a 4:4:4 RGB and a 4:4:4 YCbCr, don't they both have the maximum chroma and luminance sampling possible? Thanks so much!
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