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Re: RAW evaluations and graded versions

Re: RAW evaluations and graded versions

David Rasberry

"The Video Output Formats section listing, including ProRes, has a footnote saying "video codecs may require installing additional libraries or drivers."

What libraries/drivers (if any) have you found that it needs to use the various ProRes output flavors it supports?

The product looks good on the site, lots of features, is inexpensive as these things go.


Bob Kertesz
BlueScreen LLC
Hollywood, California"

The only codec I needed to load externally was Cineform. Used to be I just installed the GoPro app and it included the libraries, but the most recent version didn't. I found the last versions on Cnet. 

I'm definitely not in a class with you guys, so I'm mostly just a fly on the wall observer here. Audio and Video systems engineer by trade. Serious hobby filmmaker mostly shooting simple docs.
I am currently shooting with a Digital Bolex and my workflow is a combination of Davinci Resolve for raw processing, Cineform DI out of Resolve, edit with Lightworks from "best light" corrected Cineform DI's.  

I use FS4k for transcoding compressed video formats to Cineform, Mostly casual footage shot with an iPad and Iographer rig.

Recently been experimenting with Slimraw "lossless" 10 bit log compressed raw. It is a Cineon log curve and works well with the color managed transforms in Resolve.

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