An exhaustive list is pretty much impossible, but we explain our playback system and how it handles various codecs here: https://resolume.com/support/en/videoa list of which codecs are supported on which OS
We have several plans for an encoder that can run in the background to let you re-encode 'less than optimal' file formats to DXV.A good Stand alone DXV encoder (on PC )would be a great help.
Have to second that. I totally understand the difficulty of the situation though.Being able to play high quality video without a lengthy transcode process can be fairly important.
Joris already mentioned this:xniala wrote:..I think ffmpeg engine could handle Prores decoding.
So why continue working with QTkit ?
Joris wrote:Looks like I jumped the gun on this.
Since we don't use Quicktime/QTKit for decoding anymore (because ohmagaa, Quicktime is sooo unsafe now ), we cannot play ProRes files on PC without a license from Apple. We requested this license several times, but we haven't heard back from them.
You can play ProRes on Windows through FFMPEG. In our testing, it wasn't very fast. Also, codec support in FFMPEG has big restrictions based on the licensing model of the host application, so it's unclear whether we're actually allowed to use it to decode ProRes at all.
So yeah, outlook not so good I'm afraid.