I have problem with my Miro .cine-files. After upgrading my operating system to MAC OSX 10.9 (Maverick) I found strange dots on the right side of the frame in my footage shot with the Phantom Miro 320LC.
I first thought it might be a bad pixel on the camera but then checked older footage of the same camera that was already edited and working perfectly fine. Even those .cine-files now have those dots in Premiere CC, Speedgrade & Davinci Resolve 10 Lite (FreeVersion). I also own the GlueTools Plugin for the .cine codec and if I load the files into AfterEffects the dots are NOT there.
Another work-around is to load the .cine-files in the PCC-Software and safe them as "unpacked" .cine-files. The dots are gone in all programs mentioned above. The only program that interprets the footage correctly is Davinci - all other programs show the file approx. 2 stops darker and have a overall green tint to it.
Have you encountered the same problems? Did you find a solution beside downgrading OSX to something like 10.6.?
As a reference I uploaded 3 files into my dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/aukk8hj8xjhkp1r/AACd5LwaanRKj4xhF1SHPrSla
1. file: c_15153_187_ORG.cine --> original .cine file from Miro
2. file: miro_test_unpacked.cine --> original .cine file converted with PCC-Software and safed "unpacked"
3. flie: miro_test_packed.cine --> original .cine file converted with PCC-Software and safed "packed"
I'm working as a Highspeed-Operator, the post is normally done somewhere else and the systems vary from MAC to PC with Adobe, Avid or ...
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance