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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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Adam Claude Jones liked this 1 week ago
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 Marc Wielage 2 weeks ago
Also bring up the Power Window pallet and choose the "Power Window" tool in the Viewer window as Cameron says above. With a BMD control surface, this should automatically happen when you choose the Po
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Joseph Owens liked this 2 weeks 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 Marc Wielage 2 months ago
I think Tero is a smart and funny guy, and he's actually right. Read Jonny Elwyn's article on Color Management, which explains part of the problem: https: jonnyelwyn.co.uk film-and-video-editing colou
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George Dean liked this 2 months ago
Exported Video Way Too Dark
by Charlie Herrick 3 months ago
I've spent about 3 weeks correcting and grading a short film, assuming I had my project settings all correct. Here are my project settings: Color Science: DaVinci YRGB Color Managed Input: Bypass (sin
Re: Exported Video Way Too Dark
by Marc Wielage 3 months ago
Tero's advice is good. I would also suggest that you always export a second or two of SMPTE color bars and a grayscale ramp. Look at those on the scopes within Resolve, and then check the exported vid
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Charlie Herrick liked this 3 months ago
Wonky timeline... Do I upgrade from 14 to 15?
by john whiteway 4 months ago
Hi. I've been very happy working away in Resolve 14 but a problem seems to be occuring that I'm thinking can perhaps be solved by upgrading to 15. Just like an opinion as to whether that is true. I'm
Re: Wonky timeline... Do I upgrade from 14 to 15?
by Marc Wielage 4 months ago
I think massive projects can get unwieldly after awhile. My suggestion would be to cut your project up in such a way that it's in (perhaps) 4 different pieces, each with 15 timelines, rather than a si
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john whiteway liked this 4 months ago
davinci resolve 15
by glenn dale 4 months ago
Hi All Just try ing to download the free version of this soft ware. When I try and run the downloaded software I am getting an error clenqueuemarkerwith waite cant be found in dynamic link library. i7
Re: davinci resolve 15
by Marc Wielage 4 months ago
BMD specifies Windows 10 for their System Configuration specs for Resolve 15. Some have reported it can work to a point with previous versions of Windows, but it's technically not supported.
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glenn dale liked this 4 months ago
Color stripe appears on some frames in exported video
by Fay Gartenberg 5 months ago
I am working in Davinci Resolve Studio 15 on a 30 minute TV episode. The footage is RED RAW 6K. When I do an export to H.264 1080 HD, I have noticed horizontal color stripes that appear for just a fra
Re: Color stripe appears on some frames in exported video
by Marc Wielage 5 months ago
Declan Smith "Interesting that I had a similar export issue but with Audio, i.e. short Pop at the beginning of an audio fade. When listening on the timeline, absolutely no problem, when rendered out
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Declan Smith liked this 5 months ago
Calibrated Environment to Resolve
by Thiery Peleias 5 months ago
Hi, how are you I would ask for help with calibrated environment. I did everything I could. 5 months, testing, reading, seeing recommendations, tutorials and etc ... and I can not get a good result fr
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Thiery Peleias liked this 5 months ago
Re: Calibrated Environment to Resolve
by Marc Wielage 5 months ago
I'd say to start off, don't try using a computer monitor like an Asus. It's not good enough for grading. There are modest-priced consumer displays like the LG OLEDs (particularly the C8 E8) series tha
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Thiery Peleias liked this 5 months ago
Playback interface
by Rony Sokolov 6 months ago
Hey guys, Been going back and forth on this for a while, 1080p (like the UltraStudio Mini) or 4K Need to decide and buy soon. I'm working with 4K footage, exporting 1080p, external monitor is 1440p (N
Re: Playback interface
by Marc Wielage 6 months ago
More screen real estate for the GUI is generally a good thing. External displays can show anything you set in the Output Scaling options. You can use a 4K timeline and an HD output display with no pro
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Rony Sokolov liked this 6 months ago
Copy only selected nodes to another clip...
by Bojan Bojovic 6 months ago
Hello everyone, I am looking on how to copy only selected nodes to another clip, but I am unable to find the way. For example, I have 30 clips, and all of them have one node with color correction, but
Re: Copy only selected nodes to another clip...
by Marc Wielage 6 months ago
Yes, this is one of those things that requires multiple steps (as Laurent says). It would be nice if we could highlight (say) 4 nodes and then copy and paste them, but that isn't functional. I don't t
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Bojan Bojovic liked this 6 months ago
I know clip duration is here somewhere
by Richard Swearinger 8 months ago
When a trimmed clip is on on the timeline, how do I see out how long it is I know there must be a preference, or a hidden window, or a key command that tells me the length of a selected clip...right A
Re: I know clip duration is here somewhere
by Marc Wielage 8 months ago
You can see clip duration with the "I" button on the Color page (far right just under the thumbnails).
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Robert Withers liked this 8 months ago
"Levels" in DaVinci Resolve
by Sam Hakes 8 months ago
There's an effect in After Effects and Photoshop called "Levels" Is there something comparable to this in Resolve We're shooting on a white backdrop and want to clip it to pure white. In Photoshop In
Re: "Levels" in DaVinci Resolve
by Marc Wielage 8 months ago
I think you would be better off learning how to read the Waveform Monitor and the Vectorscope. While Histograms can be useful in some cases, for scene-to-scene color matching, the former are far more
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Sam Hakes liked this 8 months ago
Audi has broken at all - Da vinci resolve 15
by Jacek Antek 12 months ago
Hi Guys, I am beginner and started to learn Da vinci resolve 15. Audio at the beginning was working. I tried to do "generate optimized media" in order to create proxies and get smoothly backups. And t
Re: Audi has broken at all - Da vinci resolve 15
by Marc Wielage 12 months ago
Which version of Resolve What OS What hardware (CPU, GPU, RAM, I O) What type of camera source files What kind of audio files
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Jacek Antek liked this 11 months ago
Kicking the tires of Resolve
by Erik Davis 1 year ago
First time poster here. I am a user of PPro and Vegas Pro. I have zero experience in Resolve doing real work as I am just making my way through the manual. Two things stand out to me as problems thoug
Re: Kicking the tires of Resolve
by Marc Wielage 1 year ago
The manual doesn't say a lot of things. (In fact, they get this menu item wrong in the manual, too.) I'm telling you this works for me. Try it for yourself and see what happens.
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Mark Suszko liked this 1 year ago
Recommended Video Card for around $500
by Darren Martin 1 year ago
Hi guys, I've recently jumped ship from FCPX and testing out Resolve 14 for i quite like it's workflow. Disclaimer..I haven't been doing this for long so pardon any noob comments i may make! I know th
Re: Recommended Video Card for around $500
by Marc Wielage 1 year ago
MacVidCards has a selection of video cards that will fit the older PCI Mac Pros and are guaranteed to work.
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Darren Martin liked this 1 year ago
Applying a grade to multiple clips from the media pool
by Vladimir Bibic 4 years ago
Hi there, I'm looking for a way to apply a powergrade directly to multiple clips by filename. For exemple I have an interview shot in 10 takes (10 files) and I would like to apply a grade to those 10
Re: Applying a grade to multiple clips from the media pool
by Marc Wielage 4 years ago
Groups will do it. Command-click (on Mac) or control-click to select multiple clips. then right-click to create a new group for these clips. Apply the Powergrade... boom, all the clips will have the s
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Leonhard Wolf liked this 2 years ago
RESOLVE vs. RESOLVE Studio
by Tom Durham 2 years ago
Big thanks to the coloring pros for their time insights. Thinking of using Resolve to color a little indie feature... The non-Studio version seems amazing powerful. In looking at the comparison chart,
Re: RESOLVE vs. RESOLVE Studio
by Marc Wielage 2 years ago
Spend the money and pay for the Studio version. Having access to noise-reduction, sharpening, motion blurring, OFX, and 4K and up resolution is extremely useful. The old adage "nothing good is ever fr
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Tom Durham liked this 2 years ago
4K Display with HDR Recommendations
by Elliot M. Smith 2 years ago
I'm a colorist, I've had only a handful of requests for HDR deliverables, but I expect to get more soon. From my digging right now (Nov 2016) the 4K HDR spec is still sort of floating around, and ther
Re: 4K Display with HDR Recommendations
by Marc Wielage 2 years ago
No, my opinion is there is no affordable HDR display that's good enough to calibrate and use for color-correcting HDR material. Not yet. My advice would be to get a decent display that works for Rec70
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Elliot M. Smith liked this 2 years ago
How do you adjust hue and sat of individual primary and secondary colors when using a OneShot chart and the vectorscope?
by Tim Wilde 2 years ago
I've got a closeup of a OneShot chart. I cannot find a Resolve-specific tutorial that shows how to adjust the hue and saturation of the individual primary and secondary chips so they'll line up with a
Re: How do you adjust hue and sat of individual primary and secondary colors when using a OneShot chart and the vectorscope?
by Marc Wielage 2 years ago
I think you're making it way, way more difficult than it needs to be. First, normalize the exposure so that the blacks, mids, and highlights are essentially neutral. Once you do that, bring up the sat
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Tim Wilde liked this 2 years ago
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