4K 10 bit 4:2:2 DNxHR codec?

megabit wrote on 3/26/2016, 9:41 AM
With external recorders like Atomos Shogun or CD Odyssey recording either Prores or DNxHR / CinemaDNG respectively - and in the light of the last thread here about "terrible" Prores handling by Vegas - how about the 2 other codecs? How do they fare?

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Wolfgang S. wrote on 3/26/2016, 1:15 PM
DNxHR can be decoded in Vegas - but as 8bit only. And the playback behaviour is weak too. transform it to Cineform with tools like Tmpgenc if you wish to edit it in Vegas.

CinemaDNG - I think that cannot be imported in Vegas. You may have to use Resolve for it.

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Marco. wrote on 3/26/2016, 1:46 PM
Assumed you have the codec installed, Vegas Pro can read CinemaDNG files but can't use its meta data.