Scott Stacy

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  1. It's not as power hungry as some OFX, but it will tax your system depending on your system. I would be more inclined to use PixelTools for a filmic look and then put the FC grain on the timeline. PixelTools uses powergrades and is, therefore, less taxing.
  2. 2.4 was determined the be the broadcast standard by the BBC some time ago. It used to be 2.35. 2.2 is for the web - bright environments. Regarding Scene See this article by Steve Shaw:
  3. Here is a Powergrade I created that emulates 2383 that you can play with: You might find this interesting: Here is a link to Juan Melara's 2383 video. Scroll down for a link to the Powergrade download. Here is a link to the Powergrade:
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    GREAT breakdown. Thanks for the vids showing your technique.
  5. As Margus has mentioned, the i7 6950x (overclocked) is going to be faster in Resolve than Xeons. I looked at the HP solution and it just was not compelling to me as a grading machine and expensive and actually perhaps slower for some data crunching maneuvers. I went with an ADK Video build (excellent reputation and service with a nice warranty and lifetime tech support). I think that Margus and I have a very similar build. i7 6950x (overclocked) ASUS x99-E WS Motherboard 128 RAM Samsung 960 1TB OS Drive Samsung 850 Pro 2 TB RAID 0 Cache Areca12 Gb/s 48TB RAID 6 SAS Tower and Areca 12Gb/s RAID Card 2 Titan X GPUs 12TB Pegasus TB RAID 5 Back-up