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.rmd File Extension

Developer: RED
File type: RED Metadata File
You're here because you have a file that has a file extension ending in .rmd. Files with the file extension .rmd can only be launched by certain applications. It's possible that .rmd files are data files rather than documents or media, which means they're not meant to be viewed at all.

what is a .rmd file?

The RED Metadata File is stored in the RMD format and is affixed with the RMD extension, and is used by the REDCINE-X software. These RMD files are generally classified as video files that contain the editing perspective of an R3D RED video file including settings on color adjustments, sharpness and other properties. These files are used to create a good shooting baseline. To create RMD files automatically then user must check it off from the Preferences Menu or right click on the image and select” Save RMD files”. These files were formerly known as RSX files and are saved in the clip folder. The REDCINE-X software is for video editing, specifically to transcode R3D files to the most common self-contained formats like Quicktime, Avid MXF, and DPX formats. The REDCINE-X and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 software can be used in Mac operating systems, Microsoft Windows based systems, and Linux to access and view RMD files

how to open a .rmd file?

Launch a .rmd file, or any other file on your PC, by double-clicking it. If your file associations are set up correctly, the application that's meant to open your .rmd file will open it. It's possible you may need to download or purchase the correct application. It's also possible that you have the correct application on your PC, but .rmd files aren't yet associated with it. In this case, when you try to open a .rmd file, you can tell Windows which application is the correct one for that file. From then on, opening a  .rmd file will open the correct application. Click here to fix .rmd file association errors

applications that open a .rmd file

REDCINE-X

REDCINE-X

Redcine X is a desktop software developed by Red Digital Cinema Camera Company to transcode footages into high quality output. The software allows for quick and easy importing, exporting and finishing of video footage from Red cameras. Redcine X features an advanced coloring toolset, a stereo toolset for 3D files, ability to create files in .R3D format and transfer it to a Red camera or vice versa and ability to collaborate with other digital video editing products such as the Adobe Creative Suites (After Effects, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop). It also features “bullet proof” editing, in which image metadata can be adjusted or edited without compromising quality of images. Any changes can be easily reset to default settings to prevent jeopardy in image integrity. Redcine X supports Windows and Mac OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

The Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 is a digital video editing software featuring a more streamlined user interface and new creative features for a more stabilized footage, dynamic timeline trimming, expanded multi-cam editing, and compatibility with newer DSLR, mobile, RAW and HD formats. The product features an enhanced Mercury Playback Engine for a faster and more stabilized performance. It also features a Warp Stabilizer, Three-Way Color Corrector, adjustment layers similar to Photoshop and After Effects, broad native camera support, HiDPI, Adobe Prelude CS6 integration and Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 integration. System requirements include an Intel Core 2 Duo /AMD Phenom II processor/ Multi core Intel processor (for Mac users), 4 GB of RAM, 4 GB of disk space, 1280x900 display, 7200-RPM hard drive, and Quick Time software. The software is compatible with MS Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8, Mac OS X v.10.6.8, Mac OS X v.10.7, Mac OS X Mountain Lion v.10.8.

a word of warning

Be careful not to rename the extension on .rmd files, or any other files. This will not change the file type. Only special conversion software can change a file from one file type to another.

what is a file extension?

A file extension is the set of three or four characters at the end of a filename; in this case, .rmd. File extensions tell you what type of file it is, and tell Windows what programs can open it. Windows often associates a default program to each file extension, so that when you double-click the file, the program launches automatically. When that program is no longer on your PC, you can sometimes get an error when you try to open the associated file.

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