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  1. So I’ve been shooting on the BMPCC 4K for the last couple months, my first proper cinema camera that I’ve owned. Each project I’ve shot with Blackmagic’s RAW setting which obviously means massive file sizes. I’m planning on playing with ProRes 422 to test on some shoots but was wondering: how much of a difference is there really between the two? I understand that RAW gives you more ability with things like highlight recovery, changing color temps and ISO in post, etc. But assuming you’re exposing correctly on the day and intentionally shooting with a particular WB, how big of a difference does it really make? ProRes would likely make for an easier post workflow due to file sizes, but I’m curious to hear your thoughts.
  2. Does anybody know how "windows friendly" ProRes .mov files are? Heard other people say ProRes is more suited for Final cut Pro on Macs and Avid systems on Windows. Using Premiere and After Effects here ( and looking to get into DaVinci Resolve soon )
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