Adobe zooms in on film industry with CinemaDNG
Wants open format adopted as standard
Adobe Systems today revealed plans for an open video format which it plans to hand over to a standards body.
The California-based firm said it wants to lead the pack on defining an industry-wide open file format for digital cinema files by leveraging its Digital Negative Specification (DNG), first used for still images.
It hopes the new initiative, which will be in collaboration with camera makers such as Panavision and Dalsa, and software vendors that include Iridas and London-based The Foundry, will help streamline workflows and provide easier means of archiving and exchange.
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