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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It is capable of shooting 6K CinemaDNG RAW or 5.2K Apple ProRes at up to 30 FPS, as well as 3.9K CinemaDNG RAW or 2.7K ProRes at up to 59.94 FPS to integrate into industry-standard post-production workflows.
It describes camera operations and postproduction workflow with these low budget CinemaDNG (digital negative format) cameras where the images are not compressed, their differences, and the differences in shooting 8-bit DSLRs (digital single-lens reflex cameras) and 12-bit raw.
Assad Allah Masaoukm is, for the most part, shot and delivered in ProRes 422 HQ, with the production team relying on 4K CinemaDNG RAW as and when they know a shot or segment will require additional work in post.
Blackmagic Design camera customers have always been able to record in both CinemaDNG RAW or compressed ProRes 422 HQ formats, however now this new software update adds three additional Apple ProRes file formats, ProRes 422, ProRes 422 LT and ProRes 422 Proxy.
The camera's file format is ProRes422 or CinemaDNG RAW, which meant easy editing and a wide dynamic range for grading.
Although small like any other Micro Four Third (MFT) mirrorless camera, this one can do CinemaDNG RAW and ProRes 422 (HQ) at 1080p.