5DtoRGB Lite

Developer: Rarevision

Current Version: 1.5.18

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 1.6 MB - Download

Description:

5DtoRGB is widely regarded as one of the best tools for converting footage from HDSLR and other cameras for video editing. Post-production professionals rely on 5DtoRGB every day for its high-quality results.

5DtoRGB Lite offers incredible control over the transcoding process, making it one of the top choices for cinematographers and post-production staff. Features like GPU processing, DPX output and import of custom OpenGL shaders make 5DtoRGB Lite a powerful addition to your video transcoding toolbox.

• Highest quality transcoding available
• Outputs to Apple ProRes 422, 4444 (Apple ProRes codecs must be installed)
• Outputs to DPX sequences
• Supports Canon 5D Mark II, 7D, T2i/T3i, 60D, Panasonic GH1/GH2 and many other camera brands and models
• Gamma correction
• Support for Technicolor's CineStyle LUT for Canon cameras
• Frame rate conforming (for converting 50/60p clips to slow motion 25/24p clips)
• Direct graphics hardware access using OpenGL-based shaders

The free 5DtoRGB Lite can process one video file at a time. For processing multiple files, check out 5DtoRGB Batch.

5DtoRGB is incompatible with the ATI Radeon X1900 video card.

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Release Notes:

• Merged code changes from 5DtoRGB Batch 1.5.18

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.5.9
Review by ThreeDeeAnim8r

Been using this for over a year... - I have been using this for some time now, since the beta days. We use it here at work to convert our 5D MKII h264 files to ProRes 422. You can see a difference for sure. Also, I see a better image coming from this than what Final Cut Pro X does with its own conversions. I highly reccomend the free download, and I would say if you have a need for converting multiple files at once, the 50 dollar purchase price is incredible!.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
1/5
Version 1.5.9
Review by Dadd10

Useless - I downloaded this app to view or convert mts files from my video camera. All it does it throw error messages complaining about missing codecs and metadata. The 'manual' doesn't have a troubleshooting section so to fix this thing I'll need to spend hours surfing looking for solutions to these problems.

Found helpful by 3 out of 15 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.5.18
Review by Adobespain

Nice! - Thank you for the update! It was nessesary.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.5.18
Review by tedbragg

Solid conversions, no surprises - We use this anytime there’s a Canon DSLR in the mix. The ProRes output from this little app outshines anything I’ve seen from FinalCut or AME. Our workflow was changed to accomodate the extra time needed to convert from the cameras’ h.264 to ProRes — it’s really THAT good!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
4/5
Version 1.5.18
Review by tedbragg

Solid conversions, no surprises - UPDATE: App still chugging along, doing great for what we need. Couple of things: it will only make use of one core/processor — it’s not multithreaded yet, so conversions take time to perform. It’s worth the wait. Second: If you need to convert batches of files, spring for the $50 paid version. There’s a automator script floating around that makes use of the free version, but it made my Macs unstable. Buy the Batch-Enabled version. You’ll make that back with the first job you do with it. We use this anytime there’s a Canon DSLR in the mix. The ProRes output from this little app outshines anything I’ve seen from FinalCut or AME. Our workflow was changed to accomodate the extra time needed to convert from the cameras’ h.264 to ProRes — it’s really THAT good!

Found helpful by 0 out of 1 people
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