I use JPEG for timelapse.
Life is too short.
I render out of QTP at full source res at APRHQ (massive massive files) which I then crop or resize in After Effects (if I'm doing any movements) or on my video time if I'm not.
I typically add .5px gaussian blur in anycase, so any other percieved benefit of shooting RAW is negated.
I tend to keep my DSLR video 8bit, so any extra colour depth benefit is lost.
Try and get it as right as you can in camera, and keep the compression as low as you can therafter.
On three occassions doing video I've had to go to uncompressed, and it was for problematic bokeh compression, not shots where there is lots of movement or detail.