The missing piece in your Blackmagic workflow
- Import and edit your .BRAW footages directly and natively into Adobe Premiere Pro ! And get your .BRAW metadata in Project Panel
- Re-encode your .BRAW with Adobe Media Encoder
- Access the same RAW color parameters from DaVinci Resolve and Load / Save them thanks to .sidecar files
BRAW Studio is constantly updated with Blackmagic latest features : new cameras supported (BMPCC4K, URSA Mini Pro G2), new RAW params added (color spaces, gammas, highlight recovery), bug fixes etc.
BRAW Studio is comprised of two plugins (the Importer and the Source Settings), adding a new format to be imported (
.braw) and access to Blackmagic RAW params (Exposure, Color Balance, ISO, Contrast etc.) in the Master tab of each clip Effects window; as well as a BRAW Studio Panel that fixes NTSC timecodes and import your footages metadata (Panel UI is available in Window top menu -> Extensions; panel is also running automatically in the background).
- Mac OSX : version >= 10.12 (Sierra)
- Microsoft Windows : version 7/8/10
- Adobe Premiere Pro and Media Encoder CC 2017 to 2019 included
- One license is for the same user on up to two computers not used at the same time
- “Media Start” Timecode for NTSC footage (23.976 fps, 29.97fps) is wrong. This also mean you can’t export Final Cut Pro XML and import the timeline into DaVinci Resolve. SOLUTION : use our BRAW Studio Panel included in our installer : should be automatic for PPro CC 2019 and you just have to click a button for lower versions. Please read the Readme.pdf !
- BRAW Studio Panel can take a lot of time to process each .BRAW footage, it can freeze. Just wait for it to finish, or only load footages in small batchs
- OSX : some issues when using multiple monitors, Popup will automatically relocate itself to your primary screen. Don’t forget you can press
SHIFT+ESCto put the window back in the top left corner