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Hi,

I'am new to the DNG file format. Is there anyone who can explain me the best way to import the footage in Resolve 9.
I only have Avid 6 and Resolve 9 on my computer.
I suppose you can't import the files in Avid without first making proxys of it, but how can i make proxy's if avid can't read DNG.
Thx,

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