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#1 Brian Drysdale

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Posted 18 April 2008 - 06:33 AM

This could be of interest, although no mention if RED are going to be involved.

http://www.3dworldma...tive_to_develop
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#2 Cesar Rubio

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Posted 18 April 2008 - 11:10 AM

This could be of interest, although no mention if RED are going to be involved.

http://www.3dworldma...tive_to_develop


I highly doubt it.

Just see to what has happen to the same initiative targeting the digital still photography market.

Manufacturers are interested only in their workflows and company agenda. They don't want to settle their differences (just like HD-DVD and BR).

They don't like to be followers and are more interested in "proprietary" everything to try to "protect" their respective market....

The Adobe CinemaDNG initiative in a perfect and unite world would be excellent...but then Adobe would be probably been sued for anti-trust laws or competition laws:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antitrust

With this initiative, Adobe wants just to secure its position in the market...like ALL companies want.

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#3 tylerhawes

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 12:39 PM

I highly doubt it.

Just see to what has happen to the same initiative targeting the digital still photography market.



Yeah and in digital still market Adobe is an 800-lb. Gorilla with Photoshop, but in digital cinematography market they are just a middle/light-weight player.

But it's a good idea. Maybe 3 years from now it'll have some traction.
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#4 Sam Wells

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 06:17 PM

Yeah and in digital still market Adobe is an 800-lb. Gorilla with Photoshop, but in digital cinematography market they are just a middle/light-weight player.

But it's a good idea. Maybe 3 years from now it'll have some traction.


Well they haven't got Nikon or Canon to sign on to DNG. Altho they have Leica (M8 at least), some Hasselblad -- not sure abot Leaf/Aptus

just googled this they have Pentax and - interestingly the new 60 fps Casio....

Interesting idea though.

But how to accommodate RED with (so far) all it's RAW data compressed with proprietary Redcode or SI and Cineform ?

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