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    Is there a CinemaDNG (Raw) player that can display raw footage for reviewing only and can run on any [underpower] laptop? It will be also nice if such a player will take LUTS too. No editing/coloring,,, just viewing. This will be great for reviewing footage being backed-up while on location.

    EDIT: I found this... not sure if it will work with 4K/4.6K Raw and Compressed Raw. http://www.fastrawviewer.com/cameras...ema-dng-viewer
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    Is there a CinemaDNG (Raw) player that can display raw footage for reviewing only and can run on any [underpower] laptop? It will be also nice if such a player will take LUTS too. No editing/coloring,,, just viewing. This will be great for reviewing footage being backed-up while on location.

    EDIT: I found this... not sure if it will work with 4K/4.6K Raw and Compressed Raw. http://www.fastrawviewer.com/cameras...ema-dng-viewer
    Have you tried this yet? I'm looking for a similar app too I just need to make selects ASAP and early on in the stage so i can reduce load times of the overall project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    Is there a CinemaDNG (Raw) player that can display raw footage for reviewing only and can run on any [underpower] laptop? It will be also nice if such a player will take LUTS too. No editing/coloring,,, just viewing. This will be great for reviewing footage being backed-up while on location.

    EDIT: I found this... not sure if it will work with 4K/4.6K Raw and Compressed Raw. http://www.fastrawviewer.com/cameras...ema-dng-viewer
    It does list the URSA cameras, but it doesn't mention compressed RAW - that might be a no-go.

    Gonna give this a go later today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    It does list the URSA cameras, but it doesn't mention compressed RAW - that might be a no-go.

    Gonna give this a go later today.
    Ohh yes Compressed Raw is what I'm looking for primarily haha Raw 3:1 let us know when you find out Stewart!
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    Yeah, that's a no go for me too. I wonder if there are other players out there besides this?
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    No luck on the compressed RAW.

    But then again, really nothing but Resolve opens BMD compressed RAW.
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    Maybe BMD can come about with a Resolve Player only that can run on a regular laptop for the DIT in the field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    Maybe BMD can come about with a Resolve Player only that can run on a regular laptop for the DIT in the field.
    Honestly wish they could I need a faster workflow
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    I used the following product to open up RAW on a laptop that couldn't run Resolve back in the day (2013), and could even lightly grade it (saturation, brightness, color temperature, sharpness, tint, etc.)

    http://pomfort.com/cliphouse/

    Unfortunately, it's been discontinued, but it was a nice little piece of software.

    Not sure if it would work for any kind of compressed RAW and if it's even still accessible, but worth trying out if possible.
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    Yeah. +1

    A simple RAW Player would be really helpful. No features needed except maybe a 'film log detection' that would apply their basic Rec.709 lut.

    LUTs would be nice of course, but then it's going to turn into a whole multi-step program and at that point there's no difference from just opening it in Resolve.

    I keep a "Previews" project template in Resolve for quickly pulling up RAW files to check and verify all the basics. It's moderately quick, but a simple viewer would certainly be appreciated.
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