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Cinemas will only works with ProRes files, it's not only need the codec is ProRes, but also need the encoder is named as Apple ProRes, it should not be so complicate. With Pavtube HD video converter for Mac, you can convert the various video files to ProRes codec that can be confirmed in Cinema tools, as there is Cinema tools preset in side the program, you can take a try from below:

http://www.pavtube.com/hd-video-converter-mac/

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