How do you determine the bit depth of NotchLC files created with Adobe Media encoder?
Is the output bit depth assumed to be the bit depth of the source?
What happens with 16bit float sources?
Is there a way to target certain bit depths, 8,10,12,etc.?
An additional question might be how does one inspect NotchLC files generally.
Notch and Adobe Media encoder only reports dimensions, frame rate, and duration. Useful but bit depth and any other info would be useful as well.
NotchLC only has one bit depth - 10bit.
You can change bit depth in the source though, that is user determined.
This is a good all things NotchLC talk, perhaps it might be interesting for you Isaac.