ProRes RAW to LOG... Legal or Full range?

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Are the conversions for ProRes RAW to LOG in full or legal range, specifically the N-Log Option?

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ProRes RAW to LOG... Legal or Full range?

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I believe they would be in legal range ... as typically Premiere sticks to the previous 'standards' that only view specific format/codecs in 'full'. Nearly all are 12-bit formats, most often DPX, and including all straight RGB formats.

 

So unless you're dealing with a 12-bit image sequence or RGB file, I would assume limited or "legal".

 

Neil

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The footage I'm using is 12-bit ProRes RAW.

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I'm wondering if that is still YUV or RGB? As for YUV, as much 12-bit is, that's still 'limited'.

 

But this is a tricky question. I wonder if @TrentHappel might be available, as he would know or be able to get a specific answer quickly. And I'll ask some colorist friends, they tend to know this in their sleep.

 

Neil

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