Marc Fisher

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  1. Marc Fisher

    Bleach Bypass Tutorial

    Nice quick tutorial. sweet and to the point. Easy to understand and not too heavy on Color jargon.
  2. Marc Fisher

    Easing Position Keyframes in Resolve 15

    Drove me nuts too.. I'd love to hear how to straighten these out and not have bouncing objects.
  3. Marc Fisher

    New v14 features

    Sorry Thomas, your post is a it confusing, or maybe I'm not awake.. You say DS, but then reference Avid DV. And if you are still using DS, then Bravo sir. Thats awesome. I wish more shops in Post would've found there way to it, and stuck with it. But most believed in Avid's marketing and sales pitches. Avid DS. (which they bought from Softimage) and could do anything and everything all the way up to 8k. was EOL in 09. No longer available. Avid Symphony. the "big" brother to Composer, really only difference was the color corrector and the "universal" output. Avid Media Composer. the editing worlds bane of existence. Premiered in the early 90's after Avid killed Matador and a few other products. Avid DV is a derivative of this. As was Newscutter and Avid Free. (Avid Film Composer). Disappeared sometime in the late 90's.
  4. Marc Fisher

    New v14 features

    You said Serious Compositors. some of the best are Fusion Compositors by choice.
  5. Marc Fisher

    New v14 features

    you mean the first Avid DS versions? that was in 2000/2001. Not Nitris. just to make sure we're on the same page. The color corrector was way better in DS, even though it was the same as Symphony. there was no Jumpy bumpy in DS, like Symphony. And, you could composite with there was unlimited things you could do.. not like this goofy Step In/Out stuff Avid MC and Symph have held onto for so long.. Seriously, still using Hi-Cons and Matte fills, and can't properly read and display an Alpha Channel, what year is it?
  6. Marc Fisher

    New v14 features

    Hmm. I don't think any of the compositors at Prime Focus in Hollywood would agree with you. And just because Black magic made it free, doesn't mean it's not as good as Nuke. Eyeon suffered from being a small company without the resources to market itself like The Foundry did with Nuke. The first time I used Fusion on a TV series, it cost $3500. and it did wonders for the show. And the Post house that bought it. Nuke at that time, Also cost 3500.
  7. Marc Fisher

    New v14 features

    If you never had the chance to work on DS, which i did for 10yrs. It was stellar. (For all those who weren't Avid Fanboys and stuck in their ways.) I worked on so many 2k and 4k 2004-2010, before 4k was a household name. How the West was Won, was remastered in 6K on the DS. It had the tools, and the speed. And in the right hands, there wasn't anything it couldn't do (ok, except 3D animation-unless you had XSI) The closest thing now to it is Flame. And even then, Flame is not as user friendly. And certainly not as fluid. I'm dying for the day when BMD gets Fusion inside Resolve, and there will no longer be the need for the Multi-App approach. again.
  8. Marc Fisher

    New v14 features

    Sadly, Avid had a jump on everybody. Avid DS in 2009 is pretty much where Resolve 14 is getting close too.. granted, things like the collaborative stuff, and the plugins weren't there, But High level Compositing, Sub frame Audio, Color grading, editing, output, remote render stations.. all were there. Resolve needs that compositing built in yet, then it'll be a 1 stop shop. Hopefully, they won't kill Resolve in a few years because they don't know how to market it like Avid did.