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rdrehmer

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Can't render DNxHR 444 12bit

PostMon Jul 09, 2018 5:08 pm

Hello people!

I'm getting an issue with this specific codec, just the 444, either with MOV or MXF formats.
It gets rendered all black, corrupted somehow. All other DNxHD and DNxHR encoding work, just the 444 not.

I also asked my coworker to try by himself and he got the exact same issue. Since this is the free Fusion version, support didn't care much, therefore here I am :)

Does anybody else have the same problem?

Fusion 9.0.2 build 15 on Windows 10

Thanks!
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Re: Can't render DNxHR 444 12bit

PostTue Sep 11, 2018 5:28 pm

Anybody? Just a quick test, to help me troubleshooting :)
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Re: Can't render DNxHR 444 12bit

PostWed Sep 12, 2018 4:22 am

Hey Ricardo,

I ran a quick test and had the same issue but only when playing back in Premiere and MPC-HC (Media player). It does however playback fine in Fusion and Resolve though. Sounds like a codec compatibility issue.
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Re: Can't render DNxHR 444 12bit

PostWed Sep 12, 2018 3:01 pm

Thanks for that, Kel!

Do you have Studio version? If yes, do you mind reporting that to BlackMagic?
Since I'm not paying for Studio, they won't accept a bug report from me, even if it's something that could be on the paid version of the software.
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Re: Can't render DNxHR 444 12bit

PostWed Sep 12, 2018 11:14 pm

Hey Ricardo,

Given Fusion and Resolve can both read the file I would think that this may be a problem with the other software rather than Fusion. I know Premiere is iffy with these types of files and media players in general can be a bit dodgy with DNxH codecs. I suspect its 12 bit that is causing the problem as this is not available in Premiere (10 bit does work) so it may just be outside of Avid, Fusion, Resolve this will cause issues.

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