I have downloaded the free versions of both of these codecs in the hopes of being able to transcode to each as an intermediate codec for my AVCHD files. The problem is that neither shows up in either my Premiere Pro CS6 or Adobe Media Encoder Import/Export options? What gives? Did I miss something here? How do I get the option to transcode or encode to DnxHD or Cineform on a PC version of CS6?
Have a similar problem. My pc cant even read the file. Can someone point me to which codec I could use. I have installed Quicktime pro on my PC, but I still cant read the file, and dont have the option to export to DNxHD. Im on CS6.
I am having the same problem on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion). I verified and the codecs are isntalled in the quicktime folder. I also rebooted the computer after installing the codecs. I want to use Adobe Media Encoder to transcode avchd files to Avid DNXHD. I have transcoded to ProRes sucessfuly but don't see the option for Avid DNXHD.. Is this possible on the Mac or do I have to wait for the next version of Adobe Premiere Pro and Media Encoder?.
Never mind... I checked again and noticed I have the same Avid codecs I had before on CS5.5... No presets, just the codecs to create a custom preset. I guess I have to wait for the new version they showed at NAB to get a list of Avid presets like we do now with Apple ProRes.
i have installed the avid dnxhd codec separately (official avid site - AvidCodecsLESetup.exe) . Premiere pro 6 can now import dnxhd-videos - but premiere 6 can not export in quicktime format - regardless the format or codec. There is an error "can not create a target movie" - in german "Fehler beim Erstellen des Films. Es kann keine Ausgabedatei erstellt oder geöffnet werden. "
If i remove the dnxhd codec i am able to export in quicktime.
Do you have any suggestions?
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