A CinemaDNG RAW sequence workflow is not dissimilar to editing with traditional video files. A few extra different steps may need to be taken depending on which NLE (Nonlinear Editing) software you choose to edit with. Explore the topics below to find the editing workflow best suited for your needs, and make sure your editing system meets the minimum requirements for working with RAW footage.
Topics — Editing on the D16
- Recommended System Requirements
CinemaDNG workflow can be resource intensive, so we recommend a minimum set of system requirements for your computer that will ensure best performance while editing, transcoding, and rendering your footage.
- Which programs will open Cinema DNG files
Not all NLE and color correction software can natively accept raw CinemaDNG files. Avid, Final Cut Pro, and certain color suite users will need to transcode their raw files to a format like Apple Prores4444 for editing and color correction.
Tutorials — Editing on the D16
- How do I: Edit with native CinemaDNGs using Adobe Premiere Pro CC?
- How do I: Edit transcoded D16 footage using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 or below?
- How do I: Edit transcoded D16 footage with Final Cut 7 or Final Cut X?
- How do I: Edit transcoded D16 footage with Avid?
- How do I: edit with native DNGs using Da Vinci Resolve?