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January 7, 2013, 3:44 pm
Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects don't currently natively support the Blackmagic Cinema Camera's CinemaDNG raw files but Ginger HDR have figured out a workaround solution. Watch the tutorial below to find out how to use their $149 software to playback the native files. (via FreshDV)
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