Below is a Dropbox link to a folder that contains two video files, and two screen grabs. I created a new project in LumaFusion, and imported a .MOV file (shot on the GH5s) into the new project. Then, I went into the Library Media folder on my iPad, and located the clip LumaFusion created from what I imported. THIS is the video file that shows up as an .mp4 file, and is MUCH, MUCH smaller than the original .mov file.
The other video file is pulled straight from the raw media offload on the Gnarbox. It’s the exact same clip, just the original media. And the file size is what I would expect to see from a 40-second or so clip.
There are also two screen captures from inside QuickTime Player that shows the Inspector window open. This shows exactly the differences between the original .MOV file, and the .MP4 “converted” file that LumaFusion is generating. What’s also interesting here is that the original file was shot at 24p (23.98 FPS), while the .MP4 file has also been CONVERTED to 29.97 FPS.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/smej6ubuvyo9 ... SeXna?dl=0