- ProRes – all qualities
- DNxHD / HR – all qualities/HD
- XAVC, class 300 and 400
- H.264* (needs to be cineX created
SD, HD, 2K, UHD, 4K, 8K and beyond. cinextools is resolutions independent. If you’re using a raster independent codec like ProRes, it can be any non-standard resolution.
MOV, OP1A MXF, OPATOM MXF, MP4
cineXtools support for Colorspace and bit depth depend entirely on the codec, but generally cineXtools supports YUV 8, YUV 10, RGB10 and RGB12.
On a related, but separate note, cineXtool supports HDR files, like ProRes XQ for insert, too. Like the insert support for codecs, cineXtools does colorspace conversions when inserting from source to target. So, a 10-frame RGB12 DPX sequence can be inserted to your YUV10 ProRes HQ file. For obvious reasons, we wouldn’t recommend you go from YUV8 to RGB12.
For PC, Windows 7 and higher. For Mac, Maverick OSX 10.9.5 and greater
There are no minimum hardware requirements for cineXtools. However the faster / better your hardware, the faster your inserts and rewrap processes.
One important factor in the speed of cineXtools is where the file is located and network bandwidth. If your file is located on a busy network then the speed of insert and rewrap, particularly, may be slow. It’s always best to run cineXtools as “close” to your target file as possible.