Cinema Craft Encoder

What is Cinema Craft Encoder?
Cinema Craft Encoder (CCE) is a range of video coding products developed by Visible Light. These encoders are suitable for post-processing of films in various video formats such as MPEG-2 or H.265 for publication on DVD or Blu-Ray. They also allow fine-tuning of lighting and effects for individual scenes. The encoders are available for Windows and Linux.

Cinema Craft Encoder is a range of digital video encoders for post production marketed by Visible Light. They convert video to a number of formats for publishing on DVD, Blu-ray, and other digital video formats. One of the advantages is that users can code and tweak the settings for individual segments of a movie. This is useful as the compression algorithms sometimes make a bad video look depending on the color and motion. Manual adjustments make the video appear smoother when published in video formats. Visible Light also claims that it uses multicore processors to offer coding that is faster than real time.

The encoders are available for all major formats such as DVD, Blu-ray and even 3-D Blu-ray. The encoders offer a variety of video formats including RAW, AVI, YUV, MOV, ProRes HQ / 422/444, XDCAM, HVD, DNxHD, DPX, MXF, Canopus Lossless, and Grass Valley HQX. Cinema Craft was used to encode a number of Hollywood films for DVD and Blu-ray release because of its speed and video quality.

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