The Avid DNxHD and HR codecs are very popular for editors using Avid-based systems. Can you exchange files with Avid between a Mac-based editor and an Avid editor? In this video, author Richard Harrington walks you through how to export an Avid DNx type file from a Mac-based Premiere Pro user in the new Adobe Premiere Pro 2017.
- This next feature is really designed for Windows users.…The Avid DNx HD and HR Codecs are very popular…for Avid-based systems and many users…in complex machine environments often have Premiere Pro…and Avid in play.…This might be because the particular television network…or large facility is using both platforms within.…Well, you might want to exchange using the Avid Codecs…and Premiere Pro has done a good job with these…through the years.…But one format that many users like to work with is…wrapping it into a movie container,…the native QuickTime file.…
In the past this would require you to install QuickTime…on the Windows system, which isn't installed by default.…But now, this is supported natively,…so if you're working on a system…without QuickTime installed, you'll have the ability…to create Avid DNx HD or DNx HR files…using the QuickTime movie container.…While this isn't going to be useful for a lot of folks,…this does come in handy for those of you that are…in a cross-platform environment using the Avid Codecs…
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Q. This course was updated 05/2017. What changed?
A. The following topics received additions or updates: workflow improvements, publishing to Adobe Stock, MacBook Touch Bar support, working with After Effects motion graphics templates in Premiere Pro, using the new titler, and performance improvements for AAF, XAVC 4K, scaling, and VR.