[Tig] Resolve v10

Ádám Halász adamhls at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 15:04:16 BST 2013


yeah, but not only then. Dailies can be done in-house too afterwards. if
something happens with the TC sync this kind of tools are useful anywhere.

I think we don't always work on commercials, where the greatest technical
concern is the edl and the alpha channels... :)




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

> Syncing is part of today's dailies process. If you are an on set colorist
> doing dailies you need this toolset. There is now other way around that.
> That's why systems like Colorfront have done so well in that market place.
>
> *Tom Rovak - Sr. Colorist / Post Production Supervisor
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> **Commercials, Feature Films, Music Videos, Long Form*
> *Color Correction, DIT, Dailies, Editorial, Finish/VFX
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> *From: *"Carl Skaff" <carl at stopp.se>
> *To: *"Ádám Halász" <adamhls at gmail.com>
> *Cc: *"Tom Rovak" <trovak at comcast.net>, "Ted Langdell" <
> ted at tedlangdell.com>, "tig at colorist.org Group" <tig at colorist.org>
> *Sent: *Wednesday, September 11, 2013 7:57:52 AM
>
> *Subject: *Re: [Tig] Resolve v10
>
> well.. yes that is in some extent useful on set... but I doubt that an
> on-set colorist would adjust or edit audio.
> But then again, the irony in this... is that I though I would never use
> use it when I grade commercials, when the room next to my is a Flame and
> the next is a Protools soundstudio... and for sure I use it the first
> chance I get.
>
> /Carl
>
>
>
>
>
> ____________________________
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>
> On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 1:21 PM, Ádám Halász <adamhls at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> 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.
>>>
>>>
>>> Tom Rovak - Sr. Colorist / Post Production Supervisor
>>> ROVAK COLORIST SERVICES
>>> Commercials, Feature Films, Music Videos, Long Form
>>> Color Correction, DIT, Dailies, Editorial, Finish/VFX
>>> trovak at comcast.net
>>> (815)690-8323
>>> Website / Commercial Reel: http://colorist-rovak.com/
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Carl Skaff" <carl at stopp.se>
>>> To: "Ted Langdell" <ted at tedlangdell.com>
>>> Cc: "tig at colorist.org Group" <tig at colorist.org>
>>> Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 12:19:01 AM
>>> Subject: Re: [Tig] Resolve v10
>>>
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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>:
>>>
>>> Joe and Tom: What are you running it on, and what panels are you using?
>>>
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>>
>> --
>> Adam Halasz
>>
>> DI Colourist, Post Production Supervisor, Consultant
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Adam Halasz

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