4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 27, 2012 8:10 PM by josephs51576386

    DNxHD vs Cineform for PPro CS6 codec?


      I'm prepping footage from various sources (mostly image sequences) to edit some short montages in Premiere Pro CS6 on a Windows 7 machine.  Each project will be either 720p or 1080p (24fps) and my media will be stored on an esata G-Tech drive.  I'm trying to decide what to use as an intermediate codec for all of my source clips and have narrowed it down to either Cineform or DNxHD.


      The things I like most about Cineform are the fact it's not QT dependent and that it appears to be slightly better quality.  What I appreciate about DNxHD is that it seems to be more industy standard and more likely to be around years from now. 


      Any advice on which one is a better choice for CS6 would be appreciated.