Apple ProRes to Windows

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If you have ever tried to work with ProRes files in Windows, you should know it is impossible. Apple says you need QuickTime, and QuickTime says you need a codec. We have Rhozet Carbon Coder at the office, and even this doesn't work.

FFMedia Broadcast http://code.google.com/p/ffmbc/ does convert these files.

Download the application and use the normal FFMPEG commands to convert the files.


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