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    REDCODE allows for non-destructive editing and...

    REDCODE allows for non-destructive editing and stores the original material without modifying or requiring a duplicate copy of the material. This makes grading fully reversible, maximizes image...
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    Well no, I can import DNx, ARRIRAW, X-OCN, BRAW...

    Well no, I can import DNx, ARRIRAW, X-OCN, BRAW in Adobe or Resolve and start editing, I can't do that with FCPX because FCPX can't import those codecs.
    And you can also color grade with those...
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    Resolve on Linux works very good on systems with...

    Resolve on Linux works very good on systems with NUMA.
    Windows is not NUMA aware when you go higher than 2 socket.
    The Linux version also supports more GPU's than the Mac and Windows versions.
    And...
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    Isn't that valid for any codec not supported by...

    Isn't that valid for any codec not supported by an NLE.
    FCPX is famous for not supporting codecs (DNx, ARRIRAW, X-OCN, BRAW) and they are still around.



    With your type of workflow people can't...
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    No I don't, but you did The non...

    No I don't, but you did



    The non distructive editing in RAW and export to something else(DPX, EXR, DNx, Cineform, etc..) is a nice feature of Resolve and probable more NLE's.
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    Well no...

    Well no resources.avid.com/SupportFiles/attach/Avid_Supported_Video_File_Formats.pdf
    It's Mac only just like Davinci Resolve and Adobe until CC2019.

    Also no mention of AVID supporting ProResRAW...
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    Sure why would you use 16 bits when you can also...

    Sure why would you use 16 bits when you can also use backed in colors upto 12 bits when color correction, who cares about color.



    Yep, BMD, AVID, VEGAS, Lightworks, and many others don't. ...
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    That is upto the editor and with current hard and...

    That is upto the editor and with current hard and software it's no problem these days.





    Puget Systems makes well balanced workstations and even test it with your prefered software before...
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    Sorry my mistake I thought ProResRAW is an...

    Sorry my mistake I thought ProResRAW is an acquisition codec.



    True you can't edit those codecs on Apple iwhatevers, they are way to slow, they only work with ProRes or DNX.
    Puget Systems is...
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    Yes AVID, Adobe, BMD, etc.. are in big trouble. ...

    Yes AVID, Adobe, BMD, etc.. are in big trouble.

    They only support consumer RAW codecs like .R3D, ARRIRAW, X-OCN, etc...
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    Thanks

    Thanks
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    Hi Rand, is this published somewhere on the BMD...

    Hi Rand, is this published somewhere on the BMD website?
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    We're in the same ballpark with our older...

    We're in the same ballpark with our older workstations 3960x, 32G and 970's.
    When the predictions are right we're gonna invest in 3 new workstations in june/july, memory prices will be back to...
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    Those Samsung PM983 7.68TB 2GB/s seq. write, for...

    Those Samsung PM983 7.68TB 2GB/s seq. write, for $1500 are tempting.
    Maybe BMD will jump on it for their new 6..8k camera or a Kinefinity.

    I don't see RED jumping on that wagon, MiniMags are part...
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