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Andzei Matsukevits January 18th, 2007 10:34 AM

Cineform or Raylight
 
Hello,

which one of you guys are using? Cineform Aspect HD costs way more than Raylight, is it worth it? What are the main differences between programs?

thank you

Vince Curtis January 19th, 2007 08:18 PM

I use Raylight with my Vegas Video 6.0 and my HVX200 P2 files - works great. At least for VV, you cant get better. Cineform may be better for Premiere users. . .what is your editor and what are you using it for ?

Andzei Matsukevits January 20th, 2007 02:36 AM

i use premiere pro...
i would need just to edit HD and stuff, my pc aint that good to go without any support codec...

i like that cineform can do HD to SD conversion and in raylight i like that it can do those proxy files, so you dont have to run your NLE to preview files...

Greg Bates January 21st, 2007 06:42 PM

I use Premier and Cineform. Cineform really seems to accelerate the editing of footage in Premiere. It disables applied effects upon playback making for smoother playback as well. I tried Raylight upon its first incarnation, and the only reason I did not purchase at the time was that it lacked a flip function for 35mm adapters. I've heard that the new version is great, and the price is Bob Barker if you know what I mean.

Tony Lovasco January 23rd, 2007 12:16 AM

No question: Raylight. Not only does the developer continually add updates with new features, but it is a great overall program. And unlike Cineform, it does not use Product Activation, so you don't have to ask "permission" to reinstall it...

I paid for my copy of Raylight early last year, and would gladly have paid for an upgrade when new features were added -- but the upgrade was free!

Raylight is truly a wonderful program. I highly recommend it.


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