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Iridas talking up Cinema DNG

Cinema DNG is becoming big news as Adobe continues to develop and publish updates about it. If you’re not in the know about it, it’s no big deal yet.  DNG is an open standard created and overseen by Adobe.  It stands for Digital Negative and is a great way for photographers to keep their raw data and work with a variety of software products.  DNG also happens to provide lossless compression so as cameras get bigger and you need to move your 10,000 photos – DNG might be a good way to go.

Cinema DNG takes the same basic idea and applies it across time.  Cinema DNG is continuing to evolve and we’re happy to see a color grading manufacturer stand up and integrate their products with a Cinema DNG workflow.  Click the link below to get an overview of IRIDAS products.  The final third of the interview covers IRIDAS and Cinema DNG.

IRIDAS interview

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