Resolve 14 and Me by Dave Pickett 2 years ago Hi All, I would like to pass along my recent aborted attempt to run Resolve 14.04 Public Beta that I downloaded from Black Magic's website yesterday. Knowing full well this is a beta I do not expect a
Re: Resolve 14 and Me by Dave Pickett 2 years ago Thanks Marc! Just had the exact scenario with 14.0.6 this afternoon with a normal install and everything looking fine until the last second and then crash. I am sending logs along to BMD in hopes of i
New Black Magic Panels by Dave Pickett 2 years ago Greetings denizens, Looks like B&H are shipping both the Micro and Mini panels. Does anyone have any experience on these new offerings I have been a fan of the Wave for years now. My original purchase
Re: New Black Magic Panels by Dan Davis 2 years ago I have not touched one of these panels yet but I would buy the Micro in a flash if it had the add nodes options. The Mini is just that little bit overkill for me but looks stunning. I've had my Wave f
Old User meets updated OS and Resolve by Dave Pickett 3 years ago Hi folks, I'm facing a new conundrum due to nagging system instability which resulted in manually erasing the Mac hard drive, reinstalling the OS and downloading Resolve from the black magic website.
Re: Old User meets updated OS and Resolve by Dave Pickett 3 years ago Thanks Marc. An external drive seems to make sense for a lot of reasons. As far as backing up the user database I think the best answer is yes and no. My old user folder complete with configs and proj
Constant Prompt Companion by Dave Pickett 4 years ago I know the correct path is to probably read the manual but I'm going to ask my brethren out there about a prompt that pops up every time I launch Resolve on my Late 2013 Mac Pro. I currently run 12.0.
Re: Constant Prompt Companion by Marc Wielage 4 years ago I just click OK and get on with life. I have yet to find a security setting that overrides this message, and I have to be careful since I have an MC Color panel that also has to communicate through th
Its rather a pain in the ass by Dave Pickett 4 years ago Ive upgraded as you do, excited for the new capabilities. Yet in session, it simply deviates too much. Seems its leaning the towards NLE architecture. Yes I'm a film guy from the telecine days. Yet th
Re: Its rather a pain in the ass by Marc Wielage 4 years ago Mel Matsuoka "I simply cannot use the latest major version update to Resolve in as soon as it's made available for private public beta-testing, because all the "doors and lightswitches" have been com