[Tig] Davinci grade copy
dan at danmorancolor.com
Thu Oct 9 08:35:10 BST 2014
You can also changed your timeline mode over from all/master (orange bar in
keyframe editor) to color (green bar) or sizing (blue bar) mode.
I use a button on the panel to change modes but I'm sure it's in the
This changes how the stills and memories are applied so if you are in color
only mode it won't apply the sizing and vice versa.
Much quicker than opening the node graph up each time!
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On 9 Oct 2014 08:22, "Nagy Eszter via Tig" <tig at colorist.org> wrote:
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> Since I got lots of replies and also questions from others wondering about
> the same problem, I share your answers here as well ( for some reason all
> the replies came private, probably the tag was missing from my original
> Save a still from the grade, right click and select display node graph,
> than just use apply color, it will leave repos alone.
> Thanks again,
> Eszter Nagy
> 07 Oct 2014 dátummal, 06:31 időpontban Nagy Eszter <nagy.eszter at gmail.com>
> > Hey Guys,
> > Thanks all, ones again saved me from reading manuals!
> > Eszter Nagy
> > 04 Oct 2014 dátummal, 07:59 időpontban Nagy Eszter <
> nagy.eszter at gmail.com> írta:
> >> Hello group,
> >> My recent problem in davinci is how to copy full grade setups from one
> shot to another WITHOUT copying input scaling data.
> >> I got a timeline full of repositions, almost every shot. I developed a
> grade with 10+ nodes, and couldnt find a way to easily copy it over to
> other shots without destroying the reposition. (Currently the only option I
> know that preserves scaling data is to copy the grade node by node, but
> this is probably worse than loosing repo data)
> >> Is there a hidden option that allows only copying grades? Or any other
> workflow suggestions?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Eszter Nagy
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