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Suppose you have some RAW footage, in CinemaDNG format (a number-sequenced set of [.dng] files), for example shot on a Blackmagic Cinema Camera (BMCC). Compared to “visually lossless” say ProRes or DNxHD (let alone H264 etc.), CinemaDNG occupies an awful lot of disk space, primarily because it is mathematically lossless. The GoPro-CineformRAW encoding format offers significant reductions in file size (and hence data rate) at the cost of a practically negligible loss of visual information (and a purchase price). This codec can be purchased as part of the GoPro Studio Premium product. A comparison-grid of the various GoPro Studio products is here.

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CineformRAW is an attractive compression-format, but unless care is applied to some very technical-level encoding options/settings, compatibility problems can arise when importing to DaVinci Resolve. The latter is in widespread use but is especially relevant to BMCC owners because it is supplied as free software with that camera. I experienced such problems myself: one version of Resolve (v.10.0) interpreted CineformRAW clips as green-tinted, while another (v.10.1) just gave black frames.

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Happily, a simple solution existed: RAW4Pro, which is essentially a front-end to CineformRAW (and also to DNxHD, useful e.g. if you want HD proxies).

Summary:

  • Install
    • A product incorporating the GoPro-Cineform RAW codec.
      • e.g. GoPro Studio Premium
    • The RAW4Pro utility
      • Essentially a front-end to generate CineformRAW and also to generate HD (e.g. as proxies) as DNxHD, in each case in either MOV or AVI container-formats.
  • Run RAW4Pro
    • Select (Browse-to) input-folder, output folder.
    • Select:
      • Sound: Audio-Merge
        • Initially, extract audio from source file to a WAV file, then merge this audio in with the generated file. The WAV file remains, regardless.
        • The alternative (if not enabled) is no audio in the generated file (and no WAV file).
      • Processing: Convert-Only
      • Quality: Fine
        • Clicking the [?] button reveals that this creates 10-bit Log (colour-channel resolution).
      • Video Format:
        • Cineform RAW (encoding format)
        • MOV (container format)
        • LUT: NoneClick the [Process Clip] button.
  • Result:
    • A movie file with name prefixed by :R4P_” and suffixed by “_sound”, incorporating both video (10-bit Log) and audio tracks.
    • An audio WAV file, similarly prefixed, generated as a “side effect”, may or may not be useful to you, can be deleted.
The Motorola Razr Maxx has been out in the US for a while, known as the Droid Razr Maxx, but the rest of the world is now treated to the smartphone.
You get everything the Motorola Razr offers, except the super-thin chassis, as the Razr Maxx has gained love handles to accommodate a huge 3,300 mAh battery.
The Motorola Razr Maxx is available in the UK for around $430 SIM-free and is available free on contracts starting at around $25-$30 per month.
This has seen the Motorola Razr Maxx expand to 9mm in depth and add a little more weight. The original Razr weighs 127 grams, so at 145 grams, the Motorola Razr Maxx is slightly bulked up, but hardly fat.
In fact the flatter back and more even weight distribution actually makes it easier to hold than its predecessor, which we found to be slightly top-heavy.
The rest of the internal specs are identical to the Razr, so you get a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB RAM, 8MP rear camera with LED flash and 1080p video recording, front facing 1.3MP camera and Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. However, an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is on the way and rolling out now across Europe.
We appreciate the new balance, but we wish Motorola had taken time to redesign the Razr without such a huge bezel, which adds unnecessary width and length when held in the hand.

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We mentioned in our Razr review that the deep bezel made the phone's 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display appear smaller than it really was, and the Motorola Razr Maxx does nothing to rectify this.
On top you'll find a 3.5mm headphone jack, along with mini USB and micro HDMI slots, enabling you to hook the Motorola Razr Maxx up to a number of peripherals.Transfer
The only physical buttons on the Motorola Razr Maxx are located on the right-hand side. There's a lock key towards the top of the handset, which we found was easy to hit, but the volume rocker key located towards the centre of the handset is slightly more tricky to find.

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Sadly the Motorola Razr Maxx ships with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which is a disappointment now Ice Cream Sandwich is readily available and appearing on a number of handsets.
It's not all bad news though, since the Motorola Razr Maxx will receive an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich soon, with the roll out starting right now - we'll be updating the review to represent it.
As with most Android manufacturers these days Motorola has stuck its own custom overlay onto the Razr Maxx, in an attempt to enhance the user experience.
The Motorola Razr Maxx offers up a decent camera in the shape of an 8MP rear snapper, as well as a front-facing 1.3MP offering.

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The rear facing camera is the main focus here, with the smaller front camera really only there for video calls and vanity checks.
There's a single LED flash located next to the lens on the rear of the phone, and thanks to the positioning at the top of the device, there's no chance of obscuring the camera when held in portrait orientation.
However, we did find our hand creeping into the corner of shots when held in landscape, which was slightly annoying as we had to change our grip to something much less natural.
Also annoyingly the app does not rotate the menus in the camera when you're holding the Motorola Razr Maxx in portrait, which is frustrating when trying to read menus sideways -something that other handsets provide without a second thought.
The battery life is excellent. The Motorola Razr Maxx exists for one purpose - to offer users a top-end smartphone that will last more than a day - and it manages it with ease.
OK, so you won't be getting a week out of it like you did a Nokia 3310, but in today's world where top-end phones limp to the charger at the end of the day, the Motorola Razr Maxx offers a refreshing change.
The Super AMOLED display is also a great feature, which enables excellent video playback and gaming. And thanks to the battery, you can do both of these for longer.

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