CinemaDNG


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CinemaDNG

(Cinema Digital NeGative) A digital video file format from Adobe for digital cinema workflows. CinemaDNG was designed to hold unprocessed "RAW" video from multiple sources in a directory structure of "video clips." CinemaDNG supports content in several open file formats (see DNG image format, MXF, XMP, EXIF and TIFF/EP).
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CineLight, which will be available when the Zenmuse X5R camera is released later this year, simplifies users' workflows by offering offline proxy editing before converting the CinemaDNG files to ProRes.
Open file formats compatible with popular editing software such as CinemaDNG 12 bit RAW, Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD.
The built in SSD recorder can record on fast solid state disks the full sensor detail in 12 bit Log RAW files in the open standard CinemaDNG format.
Open file formats compatible with popular NLE software such as CinemaDNG 12 bit RAW, Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD.
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Open file formats compatible with popular NLE software such as ProRes 422 (HQ) and lossless compressed CinemaDNG 12 bit RAW.
TrueGrid[TM] transcoding from DPX, TIFF, CinemaDNG and JPEG2000 (DCI) image sequences
CinemaDNG is an industry-wide initiative to define an open file format for digital cinema files to ensure accurate archiving, simplify workflows, and provide richer editing possibilities.
Adobe is currently working to develop the requirements of the CinemaDNG workflow and intends to subsequently publish a specification for the file format based on collaboration with companies throughout the industry.
With the CinemaDNG initiative, Adobe is extending its leadership in developing open, interchangeable formats for digital still cameras into the realm of digital cinematography," said Jim Guerard, vice president of Dynamic Media at Adobe.
By proactively leading the development of an open, public, and enduring standard that can be adopted throughout the production pipeline, Adobe and other companies through the CinemaDNG initiative are helping to solve an important, emerging workflow issue.
As a publicly documented and open file format, CinemaDNG would offer several advantages for filmmakers.