Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Batch Prores Encoding in Windows 7 with FFmpeg and AnotherGUI

Batch Prores Encoding in Windows 7 with FFmpeg and AnotherGUI:
As previously mentioned in my last post, the free little program 5DtoRGB allows Windows users to encode their movie files to Prores format. Why would we want to do that if programs like Premiere CS6 can handle everything natively? Because we might want to finish our video project in a color grading program like Speedgrade or Davinci Resolve that natively supports Prores but not for instance, the MTS files out of a Sony FS100 or the MXF out of the Canon C300.

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