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  1. #1 How to export 12bit 2400x1350 444 from resolve 10?? 
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    Hi,

    I'm in a buying mind, I have the money for the 4K but the year is ending and nothing, then metabones new BMCC speedbooster happened and thing are now possible with the 2.5K (2.4K WTF??)
    that I don't think are going to swing with the 4K, like the extreme night capabilities courtesy of the BMCC speedbooster. And the dynamic range.


    BMCC 15,6 x 8,8mm + speedbooster = 24,37 x 13,75mm (fov)
    BMC4K 21,12 x 11,88mm

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    I have looked in Resolve and I can't figure out how to export in 12bit at full res 444, with 24bit sound and full metadata at about 100MB/s would nice. on Windows

    How would I do that???

    Because when Resolve has made the CinemaDNG film log and done itīs most precise debayering (thats better then in-camera), I personally don't have any more use for RAW.

    How??
    Thanx!
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    Is it not just:





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    Sorry, forgot to say windows..
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    You might need to buy the appropriate level of 'cinec' capable of 2.4K render output. I've not used cinec, not sure if it comes up as an output option from within Resolve for Windows. Expensive, if only for a test...
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    Oh, vital info.

    DNxHD 444 would be the equivalent ?

    Otherwise i think you have to go DPX or EXR at 16bit which are gonna be large.
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    DnxHD does 1080 4:2:2 max. as far as I know.
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    There is DNxHD 444 but you're right, i forgot to mention it's 1080.

    Supported codec list here (says v9 but most current list i could find):

    http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/medi...Codec_List.pdf
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    I've been using cineform as a larger than 1080 intermediate out of Resolve. Not exactly sure about the bit depth.
    Will cost some money and like DNX/prores it's not lossless.
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    I have found the best solution so far is AVI Cineform YUV 10 Bit, 2400x1350 with 16bit audio, its "visually perfect" and about half the size of the DNG file.

    Can anyone send me a 3 second cinemaDNG clip with intact folder structure (and audio)? Pretty please? Maby of a cat, please?
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    Cineform's own filmscan 2 and Resolves cineform YUV 10bit is making my head hurt.

    the filmscan 2 is smaller then Resolves go at encoding.

    121MB to 177MB

    But what does that mean? That Resovles take on it is top notch?
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