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  1. Creating dailies inside of DaVinci Resolve, editing in Avid Media Composer and sending the timeline back to DaVinci Resolve for finishing has become pretty much a way of life for many editors. Editing everything inside of Avid Media Composer in high-resolution is just not practical when dealing with hours of footage, and creating dailies inside of it is too slow. The time it takes to transcode can sometimes be 2-4 times real-time, and when you’re dealing with an extensive amount of footage, your system could be running for 24 hours for multiple days in a row, which means it’s not doing anything else other than that. That is why many editors have switched to using DaVinci Resolve for all their dailies work. Not only is it lightning fast, but it can also transcode all your super high resolution footage down to Avid friendly MXF OP1-Atom files - the same type that is read by the Avid Media Composer databases. Resolve need help However, that doesn’t mean everything will be smooth sailing inside of DaVinci Resolve either. You'll need to give DaVinci Resolve a little push in the right direction when, not only creating the dailies, but also when sending your final AAF from Avid Media Composer back to DaVinci Resolve to do your online. In this tutorial, you’ll be walked through things you should consider and do before creating your dailies and the full database round-tripping-process from Dailies Creation in DaVinci Resolve to editing in Avid Media Composer and back again for finishing. Enjoy the video! By Kevin P. McAuliffe
  2. Ravengrade.com just released Kharma PFE LUTs, a collection of True Print Film Emulation LUTs for Colorists and DOPs created in close interaction with the industry and renowned image scientists. The 9 Kharma LUTs are generated with true film spectral and colorimetry data from specific film stocks and emulates Kodak Vision3 5203, Kodachrome 5268, Fuji Eterna, Ektachrome 7294, Fuji Eterna SR12, Kodak Vision3 2383, Eastman EXT Color Print Film 2386 and Fuji 3510. More info and sample clips on this site: https://ravengrade.com/kharmaluts/
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  4. Lowepost premium members that subscribed before 15. september have access to all the courses on Ravengrade.com for as long as they stay subscribed.
  5. Hi Arturo, it's coming back next week and we'll continue to create new training for other apps. Lots of fun in the making!
  6. We are in process restructuring Lowepost/Ravengrade, and will announce some changes next week. In the meantime, all Lowepost premium members that subscribed before 15. september have access to all the courses on Ravengrade.com. All you have to do is to insert your Lowepost username or email address on this page and generate a new password: https://ravengrade.com/my-account/lost-password/ If you experience any trouble, write to us on support@lowepost.com PS: A new masterclass is up on Ravengrade! Thanks, The Lowepost team
  7. We used the cable between the ZCAM and the IDX-mount, and the battery attached to the IDX-mount powered the camera.
  8. Hi Stan, thanks! Have a look at the cable link below the "cable management" section, that's the one we used.
  9. Hi Marvin! Thanks for your thoughts and input. We have several high-end courses in production, and will make an announcement later this month.
  10. There is currently a technical issue with our domain registration partner and we are working with them to resolve the issue as soon as possible, our apologies for the inconvenience. All current licenses will keep working without disrupting, if you are a license holder and wish to re-download Ravengrade please contact us at support@lowepost.com with the e-mail address that you used to purchase Ravengrade and we will provide you with your download.
  11. Cullen Kelly has developed a super useful plugin for DaVinci Resolve users called Master Tone. It basically mimics Nuke's ColorCorrect node, which separate Lift/Gamma/Gain operators for shadows/mids/highlights. Available at Ravengrade.com for $49.
  12. Hey all! We're pleased to announce that Ravengrade.com is now open. Ravengrade brings a mix of advanced color science technology, accurately emulated film print stocks, creative looks and grading tools to DaVinci Resolve users through Cinelook, MIRA PowerGrades, Master Tone and John Daro's film look collection. We hope these tools can make you work smarter, faster and improve your grades. You can find details, videos and samples on Ravengrade.com.