Definitely exported audio. If I play it in VLC I get audio but not video.
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Wasn't it established earlier in the thread that VLC doesn't support third-party, and thus CineForm? It just slipped my mind when I was testing (and VLC is my default media player), but once I heard audio it was irrelevant. The file clearly contains both streams.
prores support has been in libav/ffmpeg for many more years, so it's more mature on the both the encoding/ decoding sides . In fact , the quality is higher than certified official prores. But the tradeoff is compatibility in some applications. Some programs don't like the ffmpeg version (likely because of metadata)