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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer Glans View Post
    A question though, because I've been pushing for this a while now; is it DNxHR/HD in MXF form? Because DNxHR and HD is just like ProRes really, there's no real difference within Avid or any other software. If it's MXF OPatom, that is the real deal for Avid editorials.

    I am super curious about this as well. I only have a little experience with AMC, but the feature we edited on Avid involved a lot of transcoding to make the MXF files. will the Camera do this process for us now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Quinn View Post
    I am super curious about this as well. I only have a little experience with AMC, but the feature we edited on Avid involved a lot of transcoding to make the MXF files. will the Camera do this process for us now?
    It's actually no real transcoding, it's just a wrapper for the codecs inside. DNxHD and HR is native Avid and works good on both PC and MAC, but the real power would come with having a dedicated folder on the SSD card that wraps the DNxHR files into MXF files with a AFE import file as well. Then you only have to put those files into the Avid media folder as a numbered folder and import the AFE and you're good to go. If these are QT DNxHD they will have to be transfered into MXF wrappers and that will take time and be exactly the same as taking ProRes doing the same. Both ProRes and DNxHD/HR works cross platform native in Avid so the process will be identical without MXF. That's why MXF is important. There's really no reason to shoot DNxHR over ProRes otherwise, other than having a cross platform codec that doesn't need QT (as there seem to be problems with that on Windows now).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Quinn View Post
    I am super curious about this as well. I only have a little experience with AMC, but the feature we edited on Avid involved a lot of transcoding to make the MXF files. will the Camera do this process for us now?
    Yes MXF it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer Glans View Post
    It's actually no real transcoding, it's just a wrapper for the codecs inside. DNxHD and HR is native Avid and works good on both PC and MAC, but the real power would come with having a dedicated folder on the SSD card that wraps the DNxHR files into MXF files with a AFE import file as well. Then you only have to put those files into the Avid media folder as a numbered folder and import the AFE and you're good to go. If these are QT DNxHD they will have to be transfered into MXF wrappers and that will take time and be exactly the same as taking ProRes doing the same. Both ProRes and DNxHD/HR works cross platform native in Avid so the process will be identical without MXF. That's why MXF is important. There's really no reason to shoot DNxHR over ProRes otherwise, other than having a cross platform codec that doesn't need QT (as there seem to be problems with that on Windows now).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikael Lubtchansky View Post
    Yes MXF it is.
    Did you just confirm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer Glans View Post
    Did you just confirm?
    Yes he did :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Yes he did :)
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