On 16 Jul 2018, at 20:55, Daniel Rozsnyó <daniel@...> wrote:
And yet none of its three ProRes codec implementations would pass the Apple's strict quality standards. Apple does rightfully stand against using ffmpeg here:I can't speak for ffmpeg specifically but there have been a few windows 'compatible' versions of ProRes sold as actual products and i can front line attest to the fact they're not the same and the encoding was not up to scratch. As has been touched on, there are a few windows apps that do encode proper prores, including Nuke.
Paul Curtis, VFX & Post | Canterbury, UK