[Cellar] "raw" data from scanner

Reto Kromer <lists@reto.ch> Thu, 26 April 2018 07:20 UTC

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the majority of the current film scanners are Bayer-based, and
there are around many proprietary "raw" formats. There is also
GoPro's CineForm RAW, which some scanners do use, and very
recently Apple has launched ProRes RAW, which is designed for
capturing and post-production.

I'm still dreaming of having the possibility to store in a open
way the "raw" video data info Matroska/FFV1, instead of personal
hacks. Sorry for boring you with this since three years!

Best regards, Reto