Video creators that work with Apple's Mac products are probably already familiar with ProRes, the company's family of video codecs, which aim to combine editing performance and image quality. Recently, Apple introduced ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ, more advanced version of the codecs meant for the creation of HDR content in software like Apple's own Final Cut Pro.
If you're a fan of the codec, you're probably working with Mac devices anyway, but if you happen to be using Windows, you can now use the codecs on that platform too. Apple has released the ProRes RAW codecs for Windows in beta form, enabling these files to be handled by certain apps.
Specifically, compatible apps right now include Adobe's suite of creative apps - After Effects, Media Encoder, Premiere Pro, and Premiere Rush. You'll need to be using the beta versions of these apps in order for the codecs to work, too.
If you're interested, you can download the ProRes RAW codecs for Windows here. Keep in mind that only the 64-bit version of Windows 10 is supported, and you can't use it with previous versions of Windows. If you're not yet familiar with ProRes RAW, you can learn more here.