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cody belweProRes seems to yield a flatter image than DNxHR in Premiere Pro
by on Jan 21, 2016 at 4:33:49 am
Last Edited By cody belwe on Jan 21, 2016 at 4:34:34 am

Hey Premiere gurus,

The title pretty much explains my issue but basically I'm a PC user. I've used a ProRes converter to convert my h.265 files for a long while now however it takes a really long time to convert them. So I've been trying to switch to DNxHD/DNxHR but I'm noticing that the DNx files have more contrast than the ProRes files.

Ideally, I would prefer to use the lower contrast files for color grading and whatnot but the long conversion times are killing me.

Has anyone experienced this before? Is it an issue with Premiere or my converter or something else? I'm converting to DNxHD via Adobe Media Encoder if that makes a difference.

Here's an image that shows the difference. Both files are straight after conversion



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Tero AhlforsRe: ProRes seems to yield a flatter image than DNxHR in Premiere Pro
by on Jan 21, 2016 at 5:00:40 am

With what software are you viewing the files?


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Lisa BradleyRe: ProRes seems to yield a flatter image than DNxHR in Premiere Pro
by on Feb 17, 2016 at 9:35:21 pm

DNX and ProRes are in two different color spaces.

Lisa Bradley
Editor/Videographer


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