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What is DPX?
Digital Picture Exchange
Eastman Kodak Company, later adapted by SMPTE
DPX is a lossless format used for scanned film frames. Each movie frame is saved as an individual raster image which then can be stored, transferred, and edited.
DPX is based on the CIN format. DPX files contain the information about the density of each color channel, preserving the original gamma. This makes the format useful for color-grading.
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