Jon M. Puntervold
Wed Jul 29 17:15:38 CEST 2009
Unfortunatly not. I'm talking about the Apple Pro-Res codec. All i
know is that it's a part of the Quicktime Decoder package on Windows
and Quicktime Decoder/Encoder on Mac.
Here is a small article on Apple's website:
Jon Michael Puntervold
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 4:50 PM, Mike Melanson<mike at multimedia.cx> wrote:
> Jon M. Puntervold wrote:
>> Hello FFmpeg developers!
>> Are there any news of a possible Pro-Res implementation in FFmpeg?
>> We use a computer in our small studio for uncompressed HD-recordings,
>> but are currently using Avid with DNxHD codec. We would very much like
>> to deliver Pro-Res files from this machine, but currently there are no
>> ways of encoding Pro Res files on any other platform than Mac.
>> An implementation of Pro-Res in FFmpeg would be a fantastic
>> improvement in workflow for a lot of people.
>> Google guided me to a thread on possible sponsorship of a developer,
>> for implementing Pro-Res. Any news on the progress?
> Do you have algorithm specs for us?
> ? ?-Mike Melanson
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