Video Codecs - Supported Applications
We have chosen the Apple ProRes®, Avid DNxHD® and Avid DNxHR+ codecs as our main video codecs since they are visually lossless, as well as being edit-ready formats. The H.265 (HEVC) codec is also available as an optional upgrade, and provides a highly efficient compressed codec option. For more information refer to the Activating the H.265 (HEVC) codec for your NINJA V section.
Generally speaking, all major non linear editing applications support Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHD/DNxHR, and most have support H.265 (HEVC). Applications need to support these codecs inside a .MOV wrapper.
Please refer to the support documentation for your software for compatibility, especially with 10 Bit 4:2:2 H.265.
Final Cut Pro (version 7)
Final Cut Pro
Davinci Resolve 8.0 +
Adobe CS5 (with 5.51 update or later)
Sony Vegas 10
Avid Media Composer 6 (version 8.3 or later for DNxHR)
ProRes RAW - Supported Applications
Apple Final Cut Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro,
Adobe After Effects,
Avid Media Composer,
Baselight Film Light.
Importing NINJA V footage into Final Cut Pro
You can import NINJA V footage into Final Cut Pro (FCP) in just a few simple steps.
Insert the media with your footage into the Docking Station and you will see the drive appear in your Finder window.
Start Final Cut Pro and open your project (or start a new one).
The screen will look like this:
You’ll see the folders in the drive. Select the folder containing the footage you want to import. Click on Import All or Import Selected. Individual clips can also be selected.
Choose the Event you wish to import the footage into, or create a new event. Click on Import.
Your Scene, Shot and Take files now appear in the project window, ready for use in your FCP project.