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Hell just Froze over (Adobe announced ProRes export from Win10)
« on: December 11, 2018, 11:15:27 AM »
This has been one of the worst bottlenecks in Video production since forever.

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We are pleased to announce new support for exporting Apple ProRes on the Windows platform with today’s updates to the Adobe Creative Cloud video apps, including:

    Premiere Pro CC
    After Effects CC
    Adobe Media Encoder CC

The updates are available via the Creative Cloud desktop application.

https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-pro-video-apps-now-support-prores-export-on-windows/

This mite not mean much if you are not in the industry or if you are Mac only but this is a game changer for those of us on PCs who have been crippled by this in the past.

There were ways to pull it off but it took too much time and they were never perfect.
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Re: Hell just Froze over (Adobe announced ProRes export from Win10)
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2018, 02:12:21 PM »
This has been one of the worst bottlenecks in Video production since forever.

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We are pleased to announce new support for exporting Apple ProRes on the Windows platform with today’s updates to the Adobe Creative Cloud video apps, including:

    Premiere Pro CC
    After Effects CC
    Adobe Media Encoder CC

The updates are available via the Creative Cloud desktop application.

https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-pro-video-apps-now-support-prores-export-on-windows/

This mite not mean much if you are not in the industry or if you are Mac only but this is a game changer for those of us on PCs who have been crippled by this in the past.

There were ways to pull it off but it took too much time and they were never perfect.

Gratz!
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