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Joakim Ziegler

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May 13th 2009
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Render Cache is NOT persistent on network attached drives
by Eric Lalicata 4 years ago
For those who read this on the Blackmagic forum, I apologize for the redundancy. Last week I posted about optimized media becoming unlinked after a restart. Zero response from Blackmagic people. So af
Re: Render Cache is NOT persistent on network attached drives
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
What protocol are you using for your network drive I'd suggest trying NFS instead of AFP (which is really SMB4). NFS is a bit more manual to mount, but generally less prone to disconnects and weirdnes
News: Venice Golden Lion Winner “From Afar” Finished by Terminal Using Davinci Resolve
by Cow News Droid 4 years ago
(Mexico City, Mexico--September 24, 2015) Lorenzo Vigas From Afar ( Desde all ) was the first Venezuelan production to be selected for the Venice Film Festival s official competition, and last weekend
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render cache clip source -> tracking speed
by Andi Winter 4 years ago
if i render cache clip source all of my 2,5k dpx-shots to prores4x4 and after that want to eg stabilize the shot, it seems that the render cache gets thrown away and davinci does take the 2,5dpx origi
Re: render cache clip source -> tracking speed
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
A matter of taste, I guess. I find pfClean's stabilize functionality to be so cumbersome to set up and use that it's almost useless, especially for stabilizing lots of shots. Although, to be honest, t
Timeline Copying
by Eric Klassen 4 years ago
Using version 11.3 Purchased version: I've got colored clips from 3 projects that need to be set up in one timeline and played in a loop together. From my research, there's no simple way to do this. C
Re: Timeline Copying
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
You can export EDL or FCP XML and then ColorTrace. But you are totally right, this has been a problem for a long time, and is really, really something BMD should fix, it's pretty embarrassing. -- Joak
digital cinema projector convert 2048X1080 to DCI scope?
by anand kamal 4 years ago
Hi friends, I have rendered a footage from DaVinci Resolve in JPEG2000 format with resolution 2048X1080 (my original source resolution was 1920X1080). I know that I want to project in theaters as scop
Re: digital cinema projector convert 2048X1080 to DCI scope?
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
Technically 2048x1080 is a legal DCP resolution. However, few theater projectors have presets for it. The correct procedure is to create your DCP in 2048x858 (and somehow solve your flicker problem, w
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What's new in DaVinci Resolve 12
by Peter Chamberlain 4 years ago
What's new in DaVinci Resolve 12 BMD and the DaVinci Resolve R&D team are pleased to announce DaVinci Resolve 12. For those unable to attend NAB and see it for yourself, have a look at the BMD web sit
Re: What's new in DaVinci Resolve 12
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
None of the interface updates have required you to "relearn everything over", the last time they rewrote the interface (4 years ago ) it was largely the same, but reimplemented and improved. Most stuf
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OSX 10.10 limited to 2xGPU external
by Sascha Haber 4 years ago
Any news on that front Resolve 11.2 - Smoke 2015 EXT1SP2 - Sapphire 8 Colorist VFX Guru Aerial footage nerd http: vimeo.com saschahaber https: dk.linkedin.com in saschahaber
Re: OSX 10.10 limited to 2xGPU external
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
Uh. They clearly gave up on Color because they were happy to have a better color correction system for their OS without having to maintain it themselves. Color probably never generated profits. Apple
Titan X standard candle scores
by Robert Arnold 4 years ago
In case anyone is wondering, these are the standard candle scores I'm getting with one shiny new Titan X GPU (no GUI card): Hackintosh (built by Iconic Workstations - thanks Cyra!) 6-core 4.0Ghz with
Re: Titan X standard candle scores
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
Peter, which CPUs are these I can't find a Linux build guide listing anything bigger than 10-core Xeons. -- Joakim Ziegler - Postproduction Supervisor
Render Slows to a Halt
by Ben Whitehead 4 years ago
When I attempt to render from resolve, it starts of at a very high framerate. Then it will quickly slow down to around 6fps before essentially going to zero. This happens regardless of what format I t
Re: Render Slows to a Halt
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
I've seen this with insufficient GPU memory. What's your config -- Joakim Ziegler - Postproduction Supervisor
Best codec/container for my short film
by Matthias Noe 4 years ago
Hey folks, I'm going to export a short film of mine from Premiere for my colorist, who has never worked with Davinci Resolve before. Therefore he couldn't tell me what the best codec was, that i could
Re: Best codec/container for my short film
by Joakim Ziegler 4 years ago
Anything from ProRes HQ 422 to ProRes 4444 or ProRes 4444 XQ (I assume Premiere can do that) will work well. ProRes 4444 XQ can do 12-bit (but I'm not sure Resolve writes it as 12-bit, it writes norma
Exceed Resolve Max Output Resolution for H.264 error
by Nathan McKay 5 years ago
Hey guys, For some crazy reason that I can't wrap my head around, I'm getting this error when I select 4k UHD settings (or above) under H.264 when trying to export my RED footage. Previously, someone
Re: Exceed Resolve Max Output Resolution for H.264 error
by Joakim Ziegler 5 years ago
h.264 has varying max resolutions depending on the level. There are certainly levels that can do 4k and higher, as well as 10-bit, etc. The h.264 encoder in Resolve is, in my mind, pretty useless, bec
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NFS does not work with OS X Mavericks
by Bob Zelin 6 years ago
so my little trick for getting ADD SAN Location to FCP X does not work with OS X Mavericks. Only up to OS X 10.8.5. I am very disappointed. There is a note about problems on the Bresink website. Hopef
Re: NFS does not work with OS X Mavericks
by Joakim Ziegler 6 years ago
I'm running Mavericks on this machine right now, and I have a bunch of NFS shares mounted. I just mount them in a script that's basically doing sudo mount -t nfs -o intr,hard,rwsize=32768 resolve02: d
Spike TV LTO Standards and Practices (delivery spec question)
by Bob Zelin 6 years ago
Hi - my question first, and then the Spike Guide for LTO delivery below - when they say "confirm that facility is not utilizing proprietary LTO hardware and software" - I can only ASSUME that this mea
Re: Spike TV LTO Standards and Practices (delivery spec question)
by Joakim Ziegler 6 years ago
It's funny, I wasn't aware of any proprietary software for tar. POSIX tar is an open standard, free and open source tools are included in all Unix variants (including MacOS). I personally use gnutar,
ProRes 4444 external drives
by Peter Bishai 6 years ago
I have a 2-hour feature film on an HDCAM SR tape which I want to have captured as a file format for archiving purposes on an external drive. It seems like ProRes 4444 is the best way to go. Besides ar
Re: ProRes 4444 external drives
by Joakim Ziegler 6 years ago
Minor point, ProRes 4444 is about 42MB sec in 30 fps (or 60i). Since he's talking about a feature film, he's likely in 24fps, and bitrate will be around 33MB sec. -- Joakim Ziegler - Postproduction Su
Tape not dead yet (again)
by Bernard Newnham 6 years ago
I was at the BBC Television Centre in West London yesterday. Stupidly, the BBC is leaving its historic home to live in a shed outside Manchester. I was one of 120 ex-staff making a last visit. In the
Re: Tape not dead yet (again)
by Joakim Ziegler 6 years ago
What kind of connection are you on Just a month or two ago, EFilm in Los Angeles sent me a master in ProRes 4444, it was about 150 GB, and I downloaded it from their Aspera server to my office in Mexi
LTO drive recommendations for LTFS on MacOS
by Joakim Ziegler 7 years ago
I'm looking to get an LTFS capable LTO-5 drive for use on MacOS, connected through an ATTO SAS controller. I'm wondering which brands models people have had luck with, and which to avoid. Quantum seem
Re: LTO drive recommendations for LTFS on MacOS
by Joakim Ziegler 6 years ago
Just to pick this back up, LTO-6 is shipping and the IBM LTFS implementation lists LTO-6 drives as supported, but still no Mountain Lion support. Just wondering if you've had a chance to test Mountain
OS X 10.8.2 update on Ivy Bridge Mac systems Breaks ATTO drivers
by Tim Jones 7 years ago
Hi Folks, Some bad news for New Ivy Bridge-based Mac Book Pro users and Thunderbolt when using ATTO's RAID, SAS, Fibre, or Ethernet adapters. The 10.8.2 update completely breaks compatibility with the
Re: OS X 10.8.2 update on Ivy Bridge Mac systems Breaks ATTO drivers
by Joakim Ziegler 7 years ago
Any more news on this It's been a while... -- Joakim Ziegler - Postproduction Supervisor
Sort of OT: LTO drive recommendations for LTFS on MacOS
by Joakim Ziegler 7 years ago
Apologies if this is a bit off topic, but this seemed to be the forum where people were most likely to have experience... I'm looking to get an LTFS capable LTO-5 drive for use on MacOS, connected thr
Re: Sort of OT: LTO drive recommendations for LTFS on MacOS
by Joakim Ziegler 7 years ago
Discovered the backup forum just after posting this, so apologies. If anyone here has experience, I'd still love to hear it, though. -- Joakim Ziegler - Postproduction Supervisor
new Blackmagic products I would like to see
by Bob Zelin 7 years ago
Hi - first, I too want my new Blackmagic products, like the Teranex, and Camera. So no matter what I suggest here, even if Blackmagic said "yes - we will do it" - I know that I would not see it until
Re: new Blackmagic products I would like to see
by Joakim Ziegler 7 years ago
For what it's worth, the Teranex does some signal generation stuff. Not sure exactly what, but I briefly talked to someone from BMD at NAB about it. I'm pretty sure it does color bars, at least. -- Jo
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