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    I can see a palpable difference between 10 bit and 8 pit HEVC encodes. The color looks much better to my eye. Is there any advantage to using 10 bit encoding on monochromatic material?
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  2. Likely yes, the same advantage but in Luma only: 10bit vs 8bit.

    Color (YUV420) = Luma (Y, Grayscale) + Chroma (U, V subsampled)
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    Thanks!
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