[Tig] Resolve v10

Ádám Halász adamhls at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 12:21:45 BST 2013


agreed. especially on on-set dailies sync, when there are a lot of
separated clips....


2013/9/11 Tom Rovak <trovak at comcast.net>

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> " One feature I saw at NAB that I thought was the most unnecessary tool to
> have in Grading... Ability to edit and adjust Audio."
> I think this is very necessary when doing dailies or using it as a finish
> tool.
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> I've also been running the Beta.
> Have it installed on my 'onelight-box' in the lab, an old MacPro that is
> way below spec. Working ok. But I've only done simple stuff on it.
> Also have it installed in the main suite running a 12core MacPro with not
> too much Ram. (Maybe 12 or 18 idon't remember, IT moves things around all
> the time)
> Have a Cubix with 3xGTX580, DVS-SAN, and the BMD-Panel.
>
> Been working very well. Can't claim flawless but I haven't been pounding my
> head against the wall:)
>
> One feature I saw at NAB that I thought was the most unnecessary tool to
> have in Grading... Ability to edit and adjust Audio.
> On the first job I did on v10 I of coarse used that to do so very simple
> audio adjustments.
> Ironic.
> I wasn't too keen when they called it an 'Online Editor'... But the first
> job I did was conformed and completely finished within Resolve. I put the
> graphics, titles and everything on there. Even got to change a wrong
> spelled name in the credits, by using the Node-Resize together with tracked
> windows.
>
>
> Anyone out there been running it on an iMac with the BMD-panel for proper
> 'higher jobs'?
>
>
> (Disclaimer: I don't work for DVD/Cubix/BMD/NVidia/etc. just use there
> stuff and sometimes demo for them)
>
>
> /Carl
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> 11 sep 2013 kl. 03:30 skrev Ted Langdell <ted at tedlangdell.com>:
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> Joe and Tom: What are you running it on, and what panels are you using?
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