[Tig] Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Droping Near Cut on Big Project
trovak at comcast.net
Mon Oct 13 23:07:30 BST 2014
This can also be done by starting with a new session (empty media pool), set up a bin for each reel, input the XML for reel 1 and check the box to ingest the select clips to the media pool. Move on to reel 2 etc…
I use this when I have a locked cut. When I don't have a locked cut yet, I will bring all media into the media pool. Importing new XMLs as I get them. I have had some projects with up to 16TB and have never had a problem, slow down etc...
Not sure what could be causing that.
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From: "tig" <tig at colorist.org>
To: "Hebert Marmo" <hebertmarmo at gmail.com>
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Sent: Monday, October 13, 2014 4:43:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Tig] Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Droping Near Cut on Big Project
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On 10/12/14, 5:08 PM, "Hebert Marmo via Tig" <tig at colorist.org> wrote:
>I am guessing it's
>because of the size of the quicktime files on the second day, the most
>present on the cut, the 18 ki-pros recorded aprox 3 hours and 20 minutes,
>each. This project is using 10 TB of my storage. Did anyone had a similar
>issue with big projects?
I agree with Joe & Patrick: you need to delete the unused media from the
session so that the only media you have to deal with is the actual shots
used in the video.
Nikolai Waldman¹s ³Resolve Collect² is an inexpensive add-on that will let
you sort out the used source files from the unused source files:
I recently did a project that shrank from 7TB to 1.2TB, since I was able
to corral just the clips actually needed for the project.
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