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  1. I've come across this issue many times coming when exporting and edit from Premiere via XML or AAF to Resolve 15-16 and 17. Audio clips from the field audio recorder come in correctly placed in the timeline - but the audio clips 'source channel' defaults to 'mute'. I can manually fix each clip by individually setting the clips 'source channel' using 'clip attributes'. But it's a pain and it's not a workable solution on a complex job. You can apply those changes to multiple clips at a time, however on a timeline that has hundreds of carefully placed and manipulated audio clips, it's a time consuming process and prone to causing errors. Interestingly, if I go to the audio file in the media pool and view its attributes there (rather than via the clip attributes in the timeline), the channels are mapped correctly and not muted. So the source clips play as you'd expect in the media pool. It's only the instances in the timeline that get imported with muted audio channel settings. I'm assuming the issues is the XML can't handle the multitrack audio clip and can't pass the channel patching information through. Which does seem weird - because on each timeline clip, I can see the label of the channel appended to the clips file name. i.e. in the timeline I'll see the filename plus the "boom" or "Lav 1" appended. That's metadata coming through - not a file or clip name. So the clip is indicating what track it's supposed to be but the system is just not patching it correctly. Is there some way to solve this? This issue appears when I'm using multichannel field audio files from Sound Devices recorders. Music tracks and other audio comes in fine. One other note: If I open the Premier XML in FCPX, the audio clips are not muted - but they are also not correct either. FCPX basically switches on all of the multitrack clips. So that's not ideal either. My guess here is these multichannel field audio grouped tracks are causing the issue. Surely for Resolve and Fairlight to be a viable solution to finishing audio there must be a way to do this in an automated way. Or should I prepare the audio files in a different way. AAF from Premiere can be read by ProTools and other apps without these issues - so I assume it must be possible to translate the information. Thanks for any thoughts to solve this. Or ideas on how to better set this up in future.
  2. Hey guys and gals, New to this forum, quick background of myself. Did Audio since 2006 and two years ago gave up audio to do video. Now i am 2 years into video and do everything for my company. I still am having a lot fo trouble learning color correcting and color grading. Im not sure if its my camera, my eyes lol or just not sure what Im doing wrong. I know Ive been filming in AUTO ISO but lately I actuall manually ISO my enviorement. ANy how long does it take to be a good colorist. I am based out of Los angeles if anyone knows anyone who can help !!!
  3. Do you have any guide on how to export EDLs or XMLs from Premiere Pro CC to Davinci Resolve? I guess that XML can transfer more data than an EDL, so that is what I should use?
  4. I have imported my media into Premiere Pro CC and it looks like the media needs to be buffered before use everytime I click a new clip. Meaning that some of the clips show this yellow screen a second or two before I see the actual footage. The machine is a beast and the media is DNxHD36, and should be read without any issues I guess. Anyone with any experience with this?