by Oliver Kmia, Fstoppers Premiere Pro and After Effects users were never able to export ProRes files on Windows computers but this limitation has just been lifted by the latest Adobe update. “Please render the video in ProRes.” How many times did video editors hear this request from a client or an agency? At this […]Read more "This Is Huge: Adobe Now Supports ProRes Export on Windows"
by Charles Haine, nofilmschool Why Apple is Dropping Cineform and DNx and How It Affects You Users installing the newest refresh of Final Cut Pro might have seen a warning that their media won’t be supported in the future. Apple has put out a full support note giving more information and context to help filmmakers […]Read more "Why Apple is Dropping Cineform and DNx and How It Affects You"