Hello, everyone, recently I read some posts on the forum said that which would you select for a further editing within the DNxHD 444(10 bits) and ProRes 4444 (12 bits)?
With different codecs, they two others can be accepted in different editing tools, for the typical models, Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro.
How much do you know about the two format codec?
DNxHD—is a lossy high-definition video post-production codec engineered for multi-generation compositing with reduced storage and bandwidth requirements. DNxHD 444 10 bit is 440Mb/s while ProRes 444 12 bit is 330 Mb/s. ProRes will give you 25% more storage per recording device in the field. Or less media to transfer and backup for the same amount of hours.
ProRes 4444—the highest format of Apple ProRes codec with the highest image quality. Additionally, several types of Apple ProRes codec here you can get a full recognization. In order to get the high quality videos for editing in FCP, it is no doubt the best choice. Some main key features are allowed here: such as 5K, 4K, 2K, HD (up to 1920×1080), & SD resolutions, Up to 12-bit sample depth, Variable bitrate (VBR) encoding or Alpha channel support.
In a word, no matter which one do you like for the best, either could brought you the nice high definition enjoyment. Tips: If you need to transcode these two to each other, you can keep on reading this article below.
Best to make them friendly to each other.
Freely convert DNxHD 444 and ProRes 4444 to each other? Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac may realize your dream. Just like other converters, after you successfully load the files, choose the correct output is the most important. For example: ‘Avid Media Composer’ to ‘Avid DNxHD (*.mov)’ or ‘Final Cut Pro’ to ‘Apple ProRes 4444 (*.mov). Want more introductions of this program’s operation? Open here to find the truth?
For Apple ProRes 4444:
For Avid DNxHD 444:
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