They would have to do away with the brand new video engine then. That or make a option which is ALOT of work. It's a great idea but I bet that's super low on the to do.KristofNys wrote:auch... losing Prores playback would make using Resolume as a playback/playout solution on windows (instead of Pro video player, q-lab, Playback pro etc.. All Mac based) very hard , as most content is delivered as Prores , especially last minute ,and/or big files , which would need to be re-encoded ,and checked for Audio/video sync after re-encoding ...
Keeping the "unsafe" quicktime support as an optional solution ( so that people who need Prores can install Quicktime at their own risk) won't be possible i guess ?
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200321Unauthorized codec implementations
In some instances, unauthorized codec implementations have been used in third-party software and hardware products. Using any unauthorized implementation (such as the FFmpeg and derivative implementations) might lead to decoding errors, performance degradation, incompatibility, and instability. If you're using or considering the purchase of a product that encodes or decodes ProRes but isn't on the list below, please contact us at ProRes@apple.com.