November 1, 2010, 07:41 PM
Canon EOS digital SLR's shoot amazing HD video with shallow depth of field and great low light sensitivity. However, one drawback is the H.264 codec these cameras use to record video. Most non-linear editing programs cannot play these files in real time unless you have an extremely fast computer. The footage must be transcoded to ProRes format or other intermediate formats before editing. This is where DVFilm Epic I (Epic One) for Mac comes in. The transcoding step is eliminated.
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