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Why does Windows rename my raw files?
by Neal Reville 2 days ago
Hi all I have a memory card filled with Braw files from a Pocket 4K. Using an appropriate card reader, I downloaded the files onto my edit computer without problems. A little later, ready to try manip
Re: Why does Windows rename my raw files?
by Glenn Sakatch 1 day ago
I don't know that windows has renamed them, but is rather suggesting a program to use them to open them up If you right click on a file and try "Open with" and try pointing it to Resolve as a preferre
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Marc Wielage liked this 16 hours ago
Second Monitor Playback
by alec gitelman 2 years ago
Hello, I haven't worked in Resolve since a few versions back, and I remember that for full screen playback on a second monitor I needed to run it through a Blackmagic I O device. Is that still the cas
Re: Second Monitor Playback
by George Dean 2 days ago
Hi Sam, Actually David did explain in his post, "You seem to misunderstand the monitoring options. To display to a broadcast monitor or TV (client monitor), Resolve absolutely requires a Blackmagic I
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Marc Wielage liked this 2 days ago
Text goes wonky
by Chris Tompkins 1 week ago
Studio 15 WIN Have some text, when I come back to it, the line spacing and size are weirded out. Fix it. Render video, and the same thing is in the render. Any clues Chris
Re: Text goes wonky
by Marc Wielage 5 days ago
I have seen this happen before (but not that often). A possible workaround: use Text+ instead, which involves the Fusion engine, and see if it's any better. The alternative would be to render out the
Why is my audio playing too fast?
by Jim Smith 6 days ago
I don't know if it helps, but the Audio Bit Depth is 16, is it supposed to be something else Codec: PCM S16 LE (s16l) Sample Rate: 44100Hz My Playback Frame Rate is 24 Video Bit Depth is 10 bit What d
Re: Why is my audio playing too fast?
by Marc Wielage 5 days ago
Resolve is most likely set up for 48kHz. My advice would be to sample-rate convert this piece of audio to 16-bit 48kHz with a 3rd party piece of software and see if that does the trick. In general, al
Copy settings across keyframes in color page
by Brandon Lanski 6 days ago
I have this (apparently) really bad habit of forgetting to soften my masks before tracking and animating them. So when I go to change my soft 1 value, I have to go to each keyframe to change it and fo
Re: Copy settings across keyframes in color page
by Marc Wielage 5 days ago
Well... as long as the degree of softness is constant, you can apply that across all of the shots in the Keyframe Clip mode, you can increase softness with one overall adjustment. Otherwise, there are
Recommended audio file formats
by jim bachalo 5 years ago
Right now am using 32bit AIF files on a 2 year old iMac, syncing audio within FCPX 10.1 then exporting project XML to Resolve. Resolve has a problem recognizing, importing these files. Get an error me
Re: Recommended audio file formats
by Michael Gissing 6 days ago
Best audio is the industry standard 24 bit 48khz wav or broadcast wav. Recorders and software systems that can record timecode, create broadcast wavs.
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Marc Wielage liked this 5 days ago
What's the oldest imac you can run Resolve 16 on?
by Mark Suszko 1 week ago
The demo has me enraptured. Wondering if my machine is up to it.
Re: What's the oldest imac you can run Resolve 16 on?
by Marc Wielage 5 days ago
It's maddening that Apple won't let users drop in a Thunderbolt 2 or Thunderbolt 3 board into a Cheesegrater Mac and have it work with any Mac operating system.
Where are the rendered clips?
by Adam Claude Jones 1 week ago
I'm having an issue which is driving me nuts. I just rendered a whole batch of clips. Rendered as individual clips. After the render was finished, which took nearly 2 hours, I went looking for the 10
Re: Where are the rendered clips?
by Marc Wielage 1 week ago
Yeah, this is a thing. Under FIle - Source Name in the Deliver Menu, you have to select "Use Unique Filenames" when you're rendering out pieces of a source clip that's been cut up. Otherwise, one clip
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Very dumb newbie post concerning monitor set up
by Keith Sanborn 2 weeks ago
Hi, This is going to seem painfully obvious to most of you, but here goes: Set up: Macbook Pro 15,3 Sonnet external Graphics Box with wx9100 BenQ sw271 Decklink Mini Monitor 4k in Sonnet box I need to
Re: Very dumb newbie post concerning monitor set up
by Joseph Owens 2 weeks ago
Trying to cross colorspaces (especially with a relatively consumer-level setup) is always going to be a simulation, as Tero alludes. Disregard the DCI-P3 colorspace for your grade. WHAAAAAAAAT! ! ! !
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Kakadu DPC exports with large "Da Vinci Resolve" graphic overlay???
by Alan Langdon 2 weeks ago
Hello. I am very new to Da Vinci (using it for first time, mostly just to get a DCP of some test footage for a cinema projection). Footage shot in Canon C200 Raw Light, and thenn brought into Da Vinci
Re: Kakadu DPC exports with large "Da Vinci Resolve" graphic overlay???
by Marc Wielage 2 weeks ago
And I forgot about this shot from NAB 2010 (which is hard to find), which shows how full-flown Resolve went from about $500,000 to $99,995 from 2009-2010: It's fair to say there was some "concern" fro
Turning show mask on/off
by Ben Edwards 6 years ago
I must of pressed a key by accident and now rather than seing the footage I see a grey area showing where the mask is selected. How do I tun this off, google and manual have not helped. Ben -- Ben Edw
Re: Turning show mask on/off
by Marc Wielage 2 weeks ago
View - Window Outline - On. Make sure you have the Power Window pallet up, and choose the Power Window tool in the lower left corner of the Viewer on the Color page. There are pros and cons to using t
Can't See Masks
by Cameron Dozier 2 weeks ago
When I place a mask, or window I guess it's called, so that I can grade a specific area, the mask wireframe doesn't show up. I looked through the other posts regarding this topic, and the suggestions
Re: Can't See Masks
by Glenn Sakatch 2 weeks ago
You also need to turn on the power window switch in your viewer window...it can be an eyedropper, or a power window...or a few other things. Glenn
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Marc Wielage liked this 2 weeks ago
seconds and not frames
by Enginn Heima 3 weeks ago
I'm trying to import some .mov files uncompressed YUV 422 8-bit and the strangest thing is happening. When I import them, Resolve reads a file with a duration of 9 seconds file as a file with a durati
Re: seconds and not frames
by Joseph Owens 3 weeks ago
The filetype "Uncompressed" can open a can of worms. It may be advertised as an Apple Quicktime .mov but at least in my own experience there can be misinterpretations in how the media is unpacked. How
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Marc Wielage liked this 3 weeks ago
Footage going soft when grade applied
by Nick Ryan 3 weeks ago
Hail Resolve Heroes! So I'm newish to Resolve, and am having an issue that I just don't understand and can't find the answer to. I have a simple grade applied to my footage, and my footage gets soft.
Re: Footage going soft when grade applied
by Michael Gissing 3 weeks ago
Are you turning all nodes off and then turning each one on by itself Is it just one node (first node) that is causing softening Can you also post the sequence settings including pixel aspect, file cod
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Marc Wielage liked this 3 weeks ago
Inputting timecode to place ins and outs
by John Vogel 3 weeks ago
Is it just me or is it not possible to open a clip in the viewer window and enter the timecode where you want to put your "in" mark and your "out" mark to then be able to drag your clip shorter, edite
Re: Inputting timecode to place ins and outs
by Tero Ahlfors 3 weeks ago
It's just you probably. When you have the source or the program window selected you can input a timecode value and press enter to jump to that point in time. You can also use the plus or minus keys to
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Marc Wielage liked this 3 weeks ago
where is Solid Color inside Color?
by Enginn Heima 4 weeks ago
I generated a solid color clip on a video track then when I go into Color I can not see it... is this normal that you can't Color grade such clips
Re: where is Solid Color inside Color?
by Tero Ahlfors 4 weeks ago
You need to turn it into a compound clip first. Then it'll show up. This also works for other generated clips like color bars and ramps etc.
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Marc Wielage liked this 3 weeks ago
image sequence nightmare
by Enginn Heima 4 weeks ago
I'm opening up a xml created in premiere, and its a hell of a project with lot of still pictures as well on the timeline. My problem is that Resolve seems to be reading them as picture sequences turni
Re: image sequence nightmare
by Michael Gissing 4 weeks ago
Pre import the stills before loading the xml. Stills can be loaded either as an image sequence or as individual frames. On the Media page you can select which option by clicking on the three dots (top
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Marc Wielage liked this 4 weeks ago
Cache to network drive in collaborative mode
by Ben Knibb 4 weeks ago
Hi all, Has anybody found a work around to be able to cache clips to a network drive while working in collaboration mode I understand that this is currently a known issue. We have three computers work
Re: Cache to network drive in collaborative mode
by Tero Ahlfors 4 weeks ago
Yeah you can't share a cache so there's no caching when in collaborative mode.
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Marc Wielage liked this 4 weeks ago
Color Grading Workflow
by Kevin Camin 1 month ago
Would you say this is the correct order of operations 1-3 are global changes. Basic workflow: 1. Correct exposure 2. Fix white balance 3. Adjust Saturation 4. Secondary Corrections: targeted adjustmen
Re: Color Grading Workflow
by David Baud 1 month ago
Depending on the footage you are working with, I would add normalization for log in general. Also I would switch 1 & 2: I usually try to get "a normal look" before getting to "the look". David Baud Co
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Marc Wielage liked this 1 month ago
Resolve back to PPro, or stick to Resolve for finals? Advice wanted
by Rhys Sherring 2 months ago
So I've got an indy feature cut in PPro and I've just finished colouring it in Resolve. My initial thought was to bring all of it back into Premiere by exporting individual clips, exporting HD DNxHD 8
Re: Resolve back to PPro, or stick to Resolve for finals? Advice wanted
by Glenn Sakatch 2 months ago
I'm not sure what either method is going to do to solve your problem. You have a render issue on 1 particular clip. At some point, Resolve is going to need to render out that shot....whether you try t
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Marc Wielage liked this 2 months ago
Resolve 16 at NAB???
by Michael McCune 2 months ago
... just hoping. Fusion in Resolve has such potential but this obviously is an enormous undertaking, if just to bring it to par with Fusion 9; it would challenge the most dedicated. As the Charlie Bro
Re: Resolve 16 at NAB???
by Michael Gissing 2 months ago
They have pulled rabbits out of hats every NAB for many years. There will be something amazing again. The pace of Resolve software updates is such that there is highly likely to be a NAB version which
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Marc Wielage liked this 2 months ago
Which bit depth does DaVinci Resolve grade in?
by Juan Juig 3 months ago
Hello, when grading in DaVinci resolve, the values on the scopes are displayed on the scale from 0 - 1023, meaning that colours are previewed as 10bit. Does DaVinci always previews colours this way If
Re: Which bit depth does DaVinci Resolve grade in?
by Glenn Sakatch 2 months ago
True, some plugins in Avid will tell you to switch to 10 bit before using them for best results in the analyze mode. Adding a LUT at certain locations in the node tree I believe will cause destruction
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Marc Wielage liked this 2 months ago
Do cellphone screens accurately represent what video looks like?
by Duke Sweden 2 months ago
I have a 4K HDTV (Samsung, 43") for a PC monitor, and a 4K Samsung high end tv in my tv room. They're not calibrated (for what I do, it's not necessary), but they're pretty synced to where whatever my
Re: Do cellphone screens accurately represent what video looks like?
by Tero Ahlfors 2 months ago
No
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Text in specific element based on current timecode
by Vital Mihno 2 months ago
Hi everyone, I searching for second option: "How to change text in specific element based on current timecode". For example: When timecode is 00:00:10 then text in specific element must be (automatica
Re: Text in specific element based on current timecode
by Glenn Sakatch 2 months ago
Sounds like you need an expression guru...which I am not. I'm not sure if an expression can be linked to the timeline timecode, but I'd guess you would need to build all your text elements...merge the
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Marc Wielage liked this 2 months ago
LUTs LUTs LUTs!!!
by Kevin Camin 10 months ago
Hi Everyone, I have a few color grading questions surrounding LUTs. Preface: I fully understand what they are. And in full disclosure, I work in a small internal team where I am the post-production su
Re: LUTs LUTs LUTs!!!
by Marc Wielage 8 months ago
I saw no answer to your question, so I'll pitch in. A "temp LUT" is fine to get through the edit if it helps the creative team see a meaningful picture. And that includes on the set as well. It's up t
Stuck with the RAW workflow..... !!!
by Nikhil Bhagat 2 years ago
Hey guys.. I really need some help regarding the 4k edit since this is my first time editing raw. I have shot a film on BM URSA mini 4.6k pro RAW @ 4k, 4:1 compression. I have a confusion between 2 ap
Re: Stuck with the RAW workflow..... !!!
by Marc Wielage 2 years ago
Well, you could conceivably do your entire edit, color-correction, and finish in Resolve. Simple VFX can work fine. If you had a shot here or there that needed complex effects, you could always export
Getting the 'ARRI' look (xpost from colour grading)
by josef brett 3 years ago
Hi all I've been trying to get the kind of look used in tv shows such as HBO's 'Girls' and Netflix's 'Flaked' for the past few months and I'm struggling. I'm not sure if i have the right kit if I'm ho
Re: Getting the 'ARRI' look (xpost from colour grading)
by Marc Wielage 3 years ago
They may also be using a bit of filtration on GIRLS, like a 1 4 Black ProMist or something to soften the look and glamorize it a bit. You can do some of this to a point with OFX filters in Resolve (or
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