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Daviskw2004 [Avatar]
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I am new to the software and video editing so I hope I am asking the right question in the right area.
I am using the windows version of Director Suite 365. I am shooting 4k HQ 30 fps all-i in Canon clog and clog3. I get an unsupported file error when I try to load them in Director. Windows will not read the files directly either but other software like Topaz Video Ai will just fine.
i tried to get a simple answer from support asking if canon log was supported. Rather than a yes or no they just reply wanting information not needed to answer the question.
I hope to find out here if canon log is supported and of so what do I need to do to us them.
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Quote I am new to the software and video editing so I hope I am asking the right question in the right area.
I am using the windows version of Director Suite 365. I am shooting 4k HQ 30 fps all-i in Canon clog and clog3. I get an unsupported file error when I try to load them in Director. Windows will not read the files directly either but other software like Topaz Video Ai will just fine.
i tried to get a simple answer from support asking if canon log was supported. Rather than a yes or no they just reply wanting information not needed to answer the question.
I hope to find out here if canon log is supported and of so what do I need to do to us them.


Hi,

I'm fairly sure that neither PDR nor CDR support clog/clog3 off the camera.

I've converted a couple of sample files using Shutter Encoder to H264 and H265 with different parameters, including applying the inbuilt clog3 to Rec709 LUT and the converted files import fine into PDR and seem to "roundtrip" in CDR from the PDR timeline and back.

That doesn't really help out if you want to edit the native files but.......

If you want to share a short clip from your camera on onedrive or whatever, I'm sure members will try it out to confirm. Please refer to this post on privacy -
https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/83642.page

Cheers
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