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  1. Hi Everyone. During my quest to understand how raw files work and what are the benefits of using one format over another, I never really found out a clear definitive answer. So i decided to start this topic in oder to do so. My fundamental questions are: A) Which raw files DON'T have baked-in white balance? B) Is there anything as logarithmic raw files? And the answers I have found so fare are: A) .ari files and Magic Lantern 14bit .dng files B) I don't consider .MXF or .R3D files to be raw but uncompressed video therefore no. Otherwise I would say that the only logarithm
  2. While the kids were napping I left the gf behind and took off into the woods for an hour. I didn't check my batteries before leaving so I ended up with less material than I wanted to. Anyways, this is a Canon raw workflow test. I came home with around 67gb worth of raw files. At first I wanted to go the Resolve way, but changed my mind and took the native Canon Raw files straight into Premiere CS6. This is possible because of the Ginger HDR plugin. You don't have to use the plug in, just have it in the folder system. My conclusion is that ML has come a long way. I don't think post workflow
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