This week, Apple released ProRes RAW for Windows but only in beta at this time. The new application will allow Windows machines to watch and edit ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ file formats in Adobe After Effects (Beta), Adobe Media Encocder (Beta), Adobe Premiere (Beta) and Adobe Premiere Rush (Beta).
For a long time, Apple’s video format hasn’t been very popular as up until now it has been an exclusive format on Mac computers. Also as of late more and more cameras are offering the ability to shoot in ProRes to make the editing process more streamlined. Camera from Canon, Blackmagic, Arri and Red and more now offer this.
ProRes RAW for Windows can be downloaded from Apple’s support page