Thread: DNx Not coming to URSA Mini?

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    The least BM can do is add full Prores support to Resolve for windows if people really do prefer Prores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheInternet View Post
    The least BM can do is add full Prores support to Resolve for windows if people really do prefer Prores.
    That is probably what they will do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    That is probably what they will do.
    If you mean to encode to pro res, no that will never happen. It's not legally allowed serval companies have done it for a short time all have been sued by apple (and most closed down after) including companies like https://windowsprores.com/ There are about two companies that legally support pro res encoding on windows but they are $40,000 sofwares. Most encoding on windows for pro res is from the reverse engineered stuff FFMPEG did which isn't legal.
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    Maybe you didn't see it yet, but Fusion 9 by BM supports ProRes encoding blessed by Apple for 299.
    So, it may come to Resolve one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Maybe you didn't see it yet, but Fusion 9 by BM supports ProRes encoding blessed by Apple for 299.
    So, it may come to Resolve one day.
    It's unofficial and not legal. It just "supports" FFMPEG which you have to install yourself as it's the reverse engineered one. It's no different than you installing lame MP3 (free and open source itself) without paying for a license to use the MP3 encoder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Finnigan View Post
    It's unofficial and not legal. It just "supports" FFMPEG which you have to install yourself as it's the reverse engineered one. It's no different than you installing lame MP3 (free and open source itself) without paying for a license to use the MP3 encoder
    Where did you hear that? ProRes in Fusion Studio 9 works even if you don't install ffmpeg. Once you do install ffmpeg you can import additional codecs/formats. There's also the official word from Blackmagic Design:

    Fusion 9 Studio has Apple authorized ProRes render support on all platforms.
    Source: https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/v...=51457#p355466

    Also, the ffmpeg support in Fusion 9 is for decoding only, not for encoding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogmag View Post
    Where did you hear that? ProRes in Fusion Studio 9 works even if you don't install ffmpeg. Once you do install ffmpeg you can import additional codecs/formats. There's also the official word from Blackmagic Design:



    Source: https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/v...=51457#p355466

    Also, the ffmpeg support in Fusion 9 is for decoding only, not for encoding.

    I don't know what BMD says but I know it's not on the list and when we emailed them asking when it first came out they said it was not authorized apple encoding https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200321 I just emailed them back but their out of the office til the 21st.
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    We'll find out when they update the list I guess, when it was last updated Fusion 9 had not been released yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad View Post
    Unfortunately, Adobe doesn't offer the choice of [MXF] for DNxHD/HR in their video programs, only .mov, but Resolve does.
    That's incorrect. Premiere Pro can read and write MXF DNx files out of the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheInternet View Post
    The least BM can do is add full Prores support to Resolve for windows...
    I think it's better if they just dropped it entirely. Remove everything QuickTime from all cameras, I say. Let that buggy, ancient abortion die already.
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