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SlyTX

 
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Perhaps he was referring to OS X's lack of support for native avchd files back in 2008, this might have been remedied by this point I am not sure. However, I am unaware of any codecs that Apple has created that are "standard". Their most popular codec would be ProRes, as often as it is used it not a standard, only in the Indie film scene is it most widely used. On that note, Avid's DNxHD was developed before ProRes and ProRes is nearly identical to DNxHD, and was their answer to not having what Avid had.
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