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One stop solution for your needs of video conversions

Cinemartin Cinec is a multi video encoder transcoder, a video converter for windows that leads the film and cinema encoding tools
Cinec is the only converter that allows you to export to Prores, H.264 and H.265 on a Windows PC.

Itself is the only one that allows users to encode to HEVC H.265* easily and for much less than what the few H265 existing encoders cost.

Converter includes several features not available on any other tool of its category on the market. On the professional way, it has been build with focus on broadcast, customers demanding the best quality within standards, cinematographers, video and vfx companys, film restoration, distribution medias, TVs and more.

Customers using Cine include REDucation (RED camera subsidiary company), Swiss Canal 9TV and more.

It has been developed to be user friendly, as fast as possible or desired by user (as per his convenience), and providing the best outputs.

If you need a plugin for export to prores from Adobe Premiere in Windows, Cinec Plin Plugin is now available, with the full power of Cinec at a small form for Premiere CS 5.5, CS 6 and the new Premiere Pro CC (Creative Cloud) chek it out.

Brilliant and professional standards


Prores is one of the most high quality codecs around the world. Widespread and a worlwide 'must have' format to deal with production, vfx, film companys, tv, spots agencies and media distributors. Videos on prores are identified by being playable on macintosh and windows. By the way are one of the bests that pack great and superb image with a reasonable data size on disk.

Cinemartin Cinec supports and convert videos to all variants of prores; Prores 422 LT, 422 (know as the std), 422HQ and 4444. it also produces prores proxies.

Prores is more than a standard, is a lossy format mainly used in post-production.  Range from 36Mb to 220Mbit/s. Prores 4444 was introduced later providing better color. It supports 4K and videos are playable on any Computer by installing QuickTime.

Cinemartin Cinec encode /transcode videos to Prores, Avid DNxHD, XDCam, H.264 and H.265. The most reputable video compression are inside Cinec.

Include support for Sony XAVC on Sony F5, F55, NX3, PXW-Z100 and Sony XAVC S on FDR-AX100
Cinec includes more than 20 presets ready for.

Providing you with the latest codecs

HEVC H.265 Cinec supports and encode to last acclaimed 4K codec, the High Efficiency Video Compression codec, know as H.265 (in Cinec Pro and Gold series).

H.265 is the codec of the future, we have advanced to that time, and rolling a way back machine back to now, by giving to users an affordable and easy hevc video converter.

See the results yourself With the H.265 encoder incorporated on Cinec we achieved the following result, by converting a Prores file of 550MB to a H265 5MB file with almost no noticeable difference at normal screens, look yourself.
Above are the videos available for download both source and output. Result was done by using Cinec Video Converter.
Astonished, Check out this web created on cinemartin with +info and sample clips of H.265 and Cinec encoding and converting to hevc h.265.

Cinec is also a powerful Sony XAVC and XAVC-S video converter for encode xavc videos to prores to be able to load on adobe premiere, avid, ..
Cinec is also capable of process and convert CinemaDNG files to prores (from blackmagic, from Convergent design oddissey, etc ..)
Cinec is capable of Cineform to prores converter amont others with the Cineform video converter (from gopro or from PC/Mac, in avi and mov)

Fastest, time saving, simple and easy of use


Cinec can use several core cpus - threads of your computer to speed up work You can set cinec to use one or more Core CPUs - threads of your computer to speed up the time necesary to encode videos. Or, if you want to create a video from a sequence of images you can set how many paral·lel processes want to run at the same time.

All at your convenience, so if you have a dedicated workstation and need to get the job done for a customer as soon as possible, simply set the CPU Cores value to the maximum number. If you're in home watching youtube / vimeo or doing some other things, then set to 1 or 2 cores.


batch processing with Cinemartin Cinec video converter

Cinec is not limited to encode 1 file at a time. Cinec includes an advanced grid array, in which you can load several videos at a time, this provides the Batch feature meaning that by pressing the "Encode" button one time, all videos will be processed.

Cinec makes the tedius work of processing several videos and/or to several outputs, a simple work


There is a lot of litle features to make your work with Cinec comfortable, and really easy to do. Following are some:
  • Add files by Drag and Drop, add all files in a directory
  • Knob controls, big buttons, sliders and more
  • A Common Preset Selector that adds or clear presets for all input videos
  • Remember your last 'almost all' settings: Last paths, last presets, dimension and positions of app in screen, marks like Cineform sources, CPU Cores, etc ..

Processing multiple files and multiple outputs per file with only one click

 The Common preset selector (above) located at the middle-left bottom side of the app, adds the user selected preset to the list of current existing presets per rows, for all rows.


If you look at the right of each clip loaded (each row in the grid), a selector provides a mecanism to specify one or more output preset to selected video, this is what we call the Multi-output per batch.

Processing multiple files and multiple outputs per file with only one click


Cinec support, is able to open (ingest) for export tasks, with 3.X, almost any input source from any place..
One of the bigger points of Cinec is the large quantity of input sources that it accepts. Cinec supports the following file input formats:

Cinec support, is able to open (ingest) for export tasks, from almost any input source including: Uncompressed, RAW, Cineform, XAVC, AVC, AVCHD, H.264, MP4, MPEG, RED R3D and many more
  • Uncompressed 8, 10, 12, & 16 bits
  • Cineform (Silicon Image, GOPRO)
  • Sony XAVC (Sony PMW-F5, F55)
  • Sony XAVC-S (Sony FDR-AX100, PXW-X180, ..)
  • R3D (RED one, RED Scarlet & RED Epic models)
  • CinemaDNG
  • AVC Intra (Panasonic Broadcast)
  • AVCHD Pro (Sony NEX series, FS100, FS700, Panasonic 3/4
  • AVCHD Consumers (Handycams from Sony, Panasonic, JVC)
  • H.264 MOV (Canon EOS series)
  • H.264 MP4 (GOPRO cameras)
  • MPEG-2 Long GOP MXF (Canon C100, C300, C500)
  • MPEG-4 AVC MP4 (Samsung Galaxy 4K video)
  • And more ..

Cinec 3.X adds input support for new codecs including gopro defaults recording format, Cineform, Silicon Image Cineform,
Sony XAVC and XAVC-S, and RED files (*.r3d files from RED Cameras).

This allow RED users to avoid invest in expensive hardware required in order to manage RED RAW files (5000$ red rocket card, expensive MACintosh computers, etc ..), Sony PMW-F5, F55, FDR-AX1 and other XAVC users to transform that H.264 hard to edit - intensive cpu codec (as its the codec the XAVC is based on) to a most user friendly - saving time and standard codec such as Prores or DNxHD, same applies for GOPRO default format (H.264) and the consumers AVCHD (Sony, Panasonic, JVC) or prosumers AVCHD 28mbps like the Sony FS100, Sony FS700, etc ..
It is also a perfect companion for Sony FS700 + Convergent Design Odissey 7 and 7Q users

Cinec as a solution for fast editing, exporting for NLE inputs. This is your solution for video editing, to work with High quality but light files, and standard ones. Great for grades, key chromas, superb effects and more ..

It supports encoding from other compressed files, so you can convert DNxHD to Prores, DPX to DNxHD,.. almost any combination is possible.


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It is recommended by professionals that it is best to work on video editors with video in prores or dnxhd formats than in avchd or h264 codecs.
Time taken to encode to prores with Cinec 3.X is on minimums, check out this chart: time to encode to prores with Cinemartin Cinec
* HEVC H.265 is on its early stages, not all videos encoded well to h265.

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