We just upgraded from cs5 and there is a huge problem with bridge cc - it doesn't display previews for any dpx files.
I already exported 10bit, 12bit and 16bit dpx files and none of them display!!!
This pretty much makes Bridge useless for any postproduction facility.
We have it installed on 5 separate machines.
PS, AE and Premiere display the files without a problem.
No, it just changes the application that opens the dpx when I double click it.
What I mean is that Bridge doesn't show the thumbnails for dpx files just a generic icon. When viewing other image file types you see a miniature thumbnail of the image.
Hmm, you probably never used this site on your machine so there's a licensing agreement.
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Anyway you're just agreeing that you won't upload or download any illegal files using their site, that's it.
If you're uncomfortable with that, what would you suggest for giving you the files?
Here are three different dpx fotmats exported form AE CC - 10bit, 12bit and 16bit - none of them displays in Bridge, all open fine in any of the Adobe applications.
Using OSX 10.8.4 and Bridge CC 126.96.36.199 (latest update for CC just appeared last week) and can view the 10 and 16 bit versions without problems in Bridge CC as thumbs and as previews but the the 12 bit version is only a document icon. Select purge cache for selection has no effect
I also can open and view the 12 bit version in AE so the file itself should be OK but here it ends I'm afraid due to next to none experience with AE. Tried to export again but got lost in the wood of options and a save as command saves as an AE project which also can't be viewed in Bridge…
Just checked this out, 2March2014, and the situation is still the same. Bridge won't open .DPX, but Photoshop will. (Windows 7 machine, CS6.)
I wouldn't have known to try Photoshop if not for y'all's postings, thank you.
Not a big deal to me, I was just curious because when I make still frames in Premier on the Macs in my classroom the default that comes up is DPX.