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    How do I convert CFHD to Pro Res?
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    Apr 2010
    I had someone digitize a 16mm film for me. I got it as a CFHD mov file with 3296 × 2472 dimensions and it seems to be 25 fps (according to the information provided by QT7). I need to convert it to Pro Res for use in a FCP7 timeline that's 1080 24 fps. Any advice? Compressor or MPEG Streamclip? Do I need to know anything about the settings? I'm complete unfamiliar with this format.

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    Senior Member AndreeOnline's Avatar
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    It's CineForm. They used to be independent, but got picked up by GoPro.

    I'm not up to date on it, but if you can't play them back, try installing the free GoPro studio software for codec support. It used to be you needed a license to convert them back to ProRes, but the free "player" allowed you to play them back. I'm not sure what the status is now that GoPro is behind it.

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