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  2. Not too much to work with, but... first have a try reinstalling your GPU drivers. Windows Updates loves to every now and then kill things like OpenCL support with Nvidia drivers.
  3. i have windows 10 computer. when i add any type of footage the error popes up then resolve crashes.
  4. You know, this isn't really the best way to ask for help. But assuming that's what you're after, you could start by giving a bit more info about your system, source footage and what you were doing when the error popped up.
  5. In this course you will learn essential and advanced chroma keying techniques in Adobe After Effects. Instructor, Lee Lanier will explore a range of different techniques to give you the tools you need to create the perfect key, over and over again. Most of the time will be used inside of After Effect's Keylight, which is the go-to-keyer for many compositors, and Lee will solve complex shots with poorly lit green-screens, soft lenses, blonde hair details and much more. We know this is what you have to deal with in production. Chroma keying can be a very time-intensive process that ends with a bad result, but the techniques you will learn in this course will prepare you to take up any complex task with confident and deliver a good result. The chroma keying course is taught by Lee Lanier which has written several books on the topic and teached chroma keying techniques at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood. The footage and assets used in this course are available for download so that you can easily follow along. Download project files About the instructor Lee Lanier has created visual effects on numerous features films for Walt Disney Studios and PDI/DreamWorks. Lee is a world-renowned expert in the video effects field, and has written several popular high-end software books, and taught at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood. Who is this course designed for? Compositors Lessons overview 01: Introduction 02: Extract 03: Color Range 04: Linear Color Key 05: InnerOuter Key 06: Color Difference Key 07: Difference Matte 08: Keylight 09: Spill Supression 10: Adjusting Mattes 11: Matte Effects 12: Garbage and Core Masks 13: Other Spill Techniques 14: Refine Matte Effects 15: Using a Second Keyer 16: Custom Luma Mattes Software required After Effects
  6. Hello everyone, I just bought a new display and wanted to check in with you all who are much more experienced than myself in these matters. Would you say this is an acceptable amount of back light bleed and uniformity from an FSI DM240? It is quite pricey and I would love some feedback from the pros to make sure. Thank you
  7. Just finished the entire lesson. Super helpful. Straight to the point. Excited to watch more of your more in-depth tutorials on Resolve.
  8. I have an issue when setting in and out points on the timeline in the edit module in DaVinci Resolve. It looks like I'm not hitting the exact start and end of the clip. Is the frame divided into subframes? What's the point with this, and how can I change it?
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  10. Hi Luca, you might find these two videos interesting: https://vimeo.com/325803947 https://vimeo.com/138598065 Cheers, Andy
  11. And don't forget to uncheck "force sizing to highest quality" when rendering if you have it enabled.
  12. You need to go into /davinciresolve/preferences/playbacksettings and uncheck "optimized sizing". It's a bug that has been there for a long time and it's doing the exact opposite of optimizing sizing.
  13. Hello, Reviving an old topic -- but can someone explain rendering in Baselight in version 5?
  14. Seems like the issue is because the graphic is scaled down and re positioned. I have changed scaling from sharper to smoother but it doesn't help much. It looks find when still but looks really bad when hitting play.
  15. I just tested this on the Edit Page and it works fine for me (R16.2, MacBookPro Mojave).
  16. Try adding it within the Fusion page and merge there. That should work. Previous versions of Resolve had problems composting files with an alpha in the Edit page. Sometimes just rendering a cache would fix it.
  17. Thanks but it's already set to Premultiplied. A bit strange behaviour though, as switching between straight and premultiplied inverts some of the elements which is not what happens when doing the same thing in After Effects.
  18. Yes. On media page right click the graphics file, go to 'clip attributes' and under alpha choose 'premultiplied'.
  19. I have imported a PNG file in DaVinci Resolve and the edges are jagged. The original file is fine and it looks perfect in After Effects. Is there a setting I have missed?
  20. Watch the videos and you'll find out 🙂 .
  21. How does this tool compare to Livegrade and the other established color on set tools?
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