Please allow Premiere Pro to accept the Canon XF705 (MXF) file format. It's H.265 HEVC. Over a month since release, with no ability to edit.59 votes
Cineform is nice, but ProRes is still inescapable and necessary, sometimes specifically required as a deliverable. What would it take to get ProRes encoding on Windows?
I'm talking about real ProRes, not a reverse engineered ffmpeg/miraizon type.87 votes
version 12.1.1 turns my 60i footage into 14.99fps. when i go back to 12.0.1 it processes the footage correctly to 30fps.
version 12.1.1 turns my 60i footage into 14.99fps. when i go back to 12.0.1 it processes the footage correctly to 30fps.11 votes
This issue should be addressed in the 12.1.2 update that was just released. Make sure to delete your Media Cache before opening the files with 12.1.2.
More information on fixed issues and new functionality:
a lot of company's use ProRes as in house codec, so it's good to export ProRes ... from Windows10 votes
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