[Tig] Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Droping Near Cut on Big Project

Isabell Brockmann contact at ib-creative.de
Tue Oct 14 22:13:31 BST 2014


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Am 14.10.2014 um 02:21 schrieb Hebert Marmo via Tig <tig at colorist.org>:

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> Thanks for all the aswers,
> 
> Sorry for delaying the answers, but  I am running on a tight schedule here
> I understand the need of a conform. But to do it, i would need to do a
> media manager cutting the files to only what's been used on the timeline or
> do the new trim option on resolve 11.1. What make this project so big, it's
> because is a show with 18 cameras on 2 days and on the second day each of
> the 18 cameras recorded a single file of 3 hours and 20 minutes ProRES HQ
> 59.94i. All of the 18 cameras are in the cut plus the first day, that did
> only closeups.
> What I am doing right now is keep working on this big project, hoping to be
> able to output. I don't have much time to do those tests right now, as soon
> as I deliver I will do all the tests and write a feedback.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Hebert Marmo
> 
> On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 8:32 PM, Jose Villavicencio via Tig <
> tig at colorist.org> wrote:
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> Workflow to collect files (before grading)
> 
> What you need is a way to get to know which files you’ll need to copy and
> why not use DaVinci Resolve for that. There are 2 different ways to load
> the source files you need into the Media Pool. Either you can use an EDL or
> you can use XML / AAF
> 
> EDL
> 
> Resolve can find just the files it needs to conform an EDL. So what you
> need is a CMX3600 EDL and select the root directory where all your source
> material is located.
> 
> Be sure your Conform settings are correct so you get the files you want.
> 
> Right Click and select “Add Folder and SubFolders Based on EDLs into Media
> Pool”. Select the EDL and if everything works you should see the clips you
> need in the Media Pool.
> 
> To be sure that you have the correct files in you Media Pool you can do a
> conform with the same EDL and check the timeline.
> 
> XML / AAF
> 
> Go to the Conform Screen and Right Click in the Timelines Window (upper
> right). Select “Import > AAF / EDL / XML …” and select your XML or AAF.
> 
> Now check the “Automatically import source clips into media pool” and
> press “OK”
> 
> Check the timeline to see if all the correct files where chosen.
> 
> Conform your project as usual and do your color grading. Once you are
> finished create a DRP-file.
> 
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> On Monday, October 13, 2014 6:18 PM, Patrick Inhofer via Tig <
> tig at colorist.org> wrote:
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> 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 love Resolve Collect.
> 
> But as a reminder... new in Resolve 11.1 is a trim function for Quicktime
> clips (not just RED and DPX - a Resolve 11.0 and earlier limitation).
> 
> This sounds like the perfect project to test it out (I haven't gotten to it
> yet). Just be sure to do an eagle-eye'd conform at the end to make sure not
> a single shot has slipped.
> 
> In the Edit Tab, select all the clips in the timeline, right-click, Trim
> and hold on to your hat. First, you might want to test it on a smaller
> timeline, just to see how it works... but then, that'd be like testing a
> camera before the first day of shooting so... forget I mentioned it!
> 
> - patrick
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