uncompressed TGA image sequence ( optional )

For Modulo-Pi servers with the uncompressed option, it is possible to read TGA image
sequences directly.
For this option, you must prepare a folder with the following name: media-name.tga.
This folder should contain the TGA image sequence numbered.
Attention: You should copy all the images in it: if an image is missing from the middle of
the sequence, the duration of the media will be divided by 2!
Modulo supports the 24-bit RGB TGA (type 2) format – without compression (Attention :
it must not be RLE compressed!).
It is also possible to import images of a 32-bit RGBA (type 2) format.
We recommend you download the software XnView (http://www.xnview.com/fr/xnviewmp)
(MAC / PC) to confirm your TGA are in the right format.
Then you must verify the following information marked in blue:

Uncompressed still Sequence DPX (optional)

For Modulo-Pi servers with the uncompressed option, it is possible to read DPX
image sequences directly.
For this option, you must prepare a folder with the following name: media-name.dpx.
This folder should contain the dpx image sequence numbered.
Attention: You should copy all the images in it, if an image is missing from the middle
of the sequence, the duration of the media will be divided by 2!
Modulo supports the 10 bits DPX full range (little and big endian) and *16 bits DPX
full range (little and big endian).*
The more optimized is the playback of 10 bits DPX Little endian : For example it’s
better to use Adobe Media Encoder that export in little Endian than After Effect that
export in Big Endian.

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