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  2. Alex Winker

    DPC Creation Davinci

    According to the manual it appears to be. Haven't gotten a chance to try it myself yet. I would imagine so, because if Adobe can figure it out Blackmagic definitely can.
  3. Tom Evans

    DPC Creation Davinci

    Is the DCP creation a straight forward process in DaVinci Resolve now?
  4. Clément Bouchet

    Assimilate releases SCRATCH Play Pro

    Really prores on windows???!!! Working properly? Thank you very much.
  5. Last week
  6. Wrote a little thing about color workflow that seems confusing to many. Hope it helps to clear it up a bit. http://www.iconstudios.eu/workflow/aces-the-mighty-beast-of-colors/
  7. Margus Voll

    CSI Sponsors

    Half of the people recommended me were out of my country so it can be done. I personally like the procedure as at least one time i have been approached buy colorist who's background was more like youtuber than colorist. SO i see it as good screening model for now.
  8. Peter Chamberlain

    DaVinci Resolve 15 now shipping

    DaVinci Resolve 15 is now shipping! Today we announced that the full release of DaVinci Resolve 15 is now shipping! This is a no-charge update for existing customers. The free version and Studio version are both available at www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/. We would like to thank all of the customers that participated in the beta program, tested the software in a variety of workflows, reported bugs and helped to make DaVinci Resolve 15 even more reliable. Your feedback has been an important part of the development process and we’re grateful to have such a large and talented group of people that care deeply about making DaVinci Resolve the world’s most powerful post-production solution. We look forward to your continued feedback. Here are some important tips before you update. Now with more than 2600 pages of information and tips the new DaVinci Resolve 15 User Manual also has a number of chapters on Fusion in DaVinci Resolve. It's available at the support web site and also in each installer package. Important Information regarding Database Management DaVinci Resolve 15.0 requires a database upgrade from DaVinci Resolve 14.3.1 and previous versions. We strongly recommend that you backup your existing database (both DiskDB and PostgreSQL) before performing an upgrade. If you have not done this before please refer to the information in the user manual on the Project Manager and Managing the Database. We strongly recommend after backing up the database that you restore from this backup and then upgrade the restored database. Minimum system requirements • macOS 10.12.6 Sierra • Windows 10 • Linux Redhat or CentOS 7.3 • 16 GB of system memory is recommended and 32 GB is recommended minimum when using Fusion • Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.4.1 or later Upgrading your PostgreSQL database server on Mac Until DaVinci Resolve 12.5.2, the Mac installer used to ship with PostgreSQL version 8.4.2. Starting from macOS Sierra 10.12, PostgreSQL version 8.4 is no longer supported. If you intend to upgrade to the latest OS, you will need to upgrade your PostgreSQL database server to version 9.5.4 prior to upgrading macOS. Once your PostgreSQL installation has been upgraded and your data has been ported, you can then proceed with your macOS upgrade. We have provided apps to simplify upgrading your PostgreSQL version on your Mac. The apps along with instructions can be found in the /Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/DaVinci Resolve/Upgrade PostgreSQL folder. Starting from DaVinci Resolve 12.5.3, new installations will include PostgreSQL version 9.5.4. Additional Information Please refer to the latest DaVinci Resolve Configuration Guide for details on Mac OS X, Windows 10 and Linux support, including certified driver versions for third party hardware. It is available from www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/. You will also need to download and install the latest Blackmagic Design Desktop Video software for monitoring with your Blackmagic Design video hardware. Desktop Video is available from www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/. What's new in DaVinci Resolve 15 Fusion Key new features • Fully integrated into the DaVinci Resolve timeline • Improved workflows removing the need for round trip renders to Fusion • Initial support for a full Metal, CUDA or OpenCL GPU processing pipeline • Improved UI for faster and more fluid workflow • New node graph (Flow) • New viewers • New toolbar • New inspector • Fusion page now includes ⁃ Media Pool ⁃ Tools library with Templates ⁃ Timeline with Thumbnails ⁃ Spline Editor ⁃ Keyframe Timeline ⁃ Metadata • Dual screen layouts for the Fusion page • Support for Fusion in collaborative projects • Support for various geometry files for Fusion in Media Storage and Media Pool • Support for importing and exporting Fusion composition files • Support for caching Fusion page output for clips with Fusion effects applied • Support for Fusion planar tracker is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for Fusion planar stabilization is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for Fusion planar transforms of roto is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for Fusion planar tracked roto is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for Fusion optical flow retiming is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for processing Fusion compositions in linear gamma with color managed and ACES workflows • Support for Fusion memory cache options in the playback menu • Support for copying Fusion compositions by middle clicking clip thumbnails • Support for a Fast Gaussian filter in the Fusion Blur tool • Support for modifying MediaIn trims and media properties for clips dragged into the Fusion node graph • Initial support for saver nodes • Initial support for OpenFX plugins • Support for GPU accelerated OpenFX plugins • Initial support for temporal OpenFX plugins • Initial support for using ResolveFX plugins Visual effects features • Vector Paint • 2D and 3D Compositing • 3D Camera Tracking in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Planar Tracking and Rotoscoping • Node Based Workflow • 3D Workspace • Keying and Mattes • Rotoscoping • Tracking and Stabilization • 3D Particles • Scripting • Shot Cleanup • Open Color I/O • Virtual Set Extensions Broadcast design and motion graphics features • 2D and 3D Titles • 3D Logos • Animated Text • Spline Based Animation • Replicate Objects • Expressions and Macros • VR tools in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Import 3D Models and Scenes • Built-in 3D Objects • Realistic Lighting and Shading • Comprehensive Stereoscopic 3D Tools in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Deep Pixel Compositing • Volumetric Effects Fairlight Key new features • ADR (Automatic Dialog Replacement) • Audio Bounce of a range in selected tracks to layers • Audio Bounce of one or multiple buses to tracks • Audio Automation Editing • Fixed playhead timeline • Audio scrollers • Video scroller • 3D audio pan • Sound Library • Support for native FairlightFX ⁃ Chorus ⁃ De-Esser ⁃ De-Hummer ⁃ Delay ⁃ Distortion ⁃ Echo ⁃ Flanger ⁃ Modulation ⁃ Noise Reduction ⁃ Pitch ⁃ Reverb ⁃ Stereo Width ⁃ Vocal Channel General improvements • Support for audio normalization in the Edit and Fairlight pages • Support for pitch control for clips • Support for Media Pool preview of audio • Support for audio fade in and out to playhead in the Fairlight timeline • Support for mixed audio track formats from source clips • Support for trim to playhead operations in the Fairlight timeline • Support for preset library for equalizer, dynamics, plugins and global track properties • Support for inbuilt tone generator • Support for Compound clips path bar below Fairlight page timeline • Support for native audio on Linux • Support to show audio waveforms while recording • Support for input monitoring to the native audio engine • Support for reordering audio plugins in the inspector for audio clips • Support for audio retiming for clips with variable speed changes • Support for Paste and Remove Attributes for audio clips • Support for pre-roll and post-roll time in Fairlight timeline • Support for Loop Jog controls in user interface • Support for an indicator on the Fairlight timeline when there is an offset between audio and video • Support for the Fairlight Audio Interface installer on Windows • Support for a mode to stop and jump to the last position • Support for track selection and deselection using the track destination selection commands • Support for selecting buses in the mixer to view and modify their properties in the inspector • Support for viewing video tracks on the Fairlight timeline • Support for transport controls from the DaVinci Resolve grading panels on the Fairlight page • Support for improved timeline view options in the Fairlight timeline • Support for search in the track and marker index • Support for resetting edited audio samples in a clip • Support for subframe audio fades on the timeline • Improved speaker selection with support for device selections in monitor sets • Improved consistency of navigation and selection hotkeys between the Edit and Fairlight pages Performance • Support for project versioning snapshots to store project backups at set intervals • Support for only loading the last used timeline when opening a project • Support for an option to load all the timelines when opening a project • Support for bypassing color processing on all pages for improved performance on low power systems • Support for trimming H.264 and other temporal codec formats in Media Management • Support for GPU acceleration for the ResolveFX Match Move plugin • Support for GPU acceleration for the stabilizer with a speed up of more than 10x • Support for new system preference to use optimized image transfers for viewers on supported systems • Improved performance when rendering H.264 clips • Improved save and load performance with database optimizations for large projects • Improved CUDA performance for high resolution clips and timelines • Improved playback performance when monitoring on a single GPU system with scopes enabled • Improved playback performance with mismatched output and monitoring resolutions with Blackmagic Design playback devices • Improved decode and encode speeds for JPEG2000 clips • Improved performance when encoding to the GoPro Cineform codec • Improved performance when decoding JPEG image sequences • Improved responsiveness for OpenFX and ResolveFX on-screen controls • Improved performance when using optical flow • Improved performance when using Gaussian Blur in the Fusion page Edit • Support for adding, managing and delivering Subtitles and Closed Captions • Support for 2D and 3D title templates with ability to expand and customize in the Fusion page • Support to load multiple clips into the source viewer and access the 10 most recent clips • Support for stacked and tabbed timelines • Support for position curves in curve editor • Support for viewing and modifying keyframe curves beyond edit extents for clips with transitions centered on the edit • Support for menu actions to create Flags and Markers with a specific color • Support for timecode entry in the Marker dialog • Support for marker annotations on the viewer • Support for new Change Clip Duration to modify the duration of one or multiple clips • Support for finding the source viewer clip in the Media Pool • Support for caching compound clips, Fusion clips and nested timelines • Support for caching of titles and generator • Support for keyframing of OpenFX and ResolveFX plugins • Support for alpha channel in compound clips • Support for copying and pasting timecode in the viewer timecode displays • Support for multiple track gap deletion • Support for single viewer mode for the dual screen layout • Support for marking in and out points in Cinema Mode in the Edit page • Support for optionally showing the iXML channel names for audio files in the timeline • Support for replacing multiple shots across tracks while retaining grades and effects by Ctrl/Command dragging clips • Support for categories of video transitions in the Effects Library • Support for a new Play Again command on Media, Edit and Fairlight players • Support for optionally disabling ganged moving of audio and video clips across tracks • Support for rippling clips on the timeline when pasting retime attributes to other clips • Support for converting between Duration markers and In/Out marks • Support for viewing clip marker overlays on the timeline viewer • Support for an indicator for clips with Fusion effects on the Edit and Color pages • Support for toggling the track-destination state • Support for improved timeline view options in the Edit timeline • Support for performing an insert operation by holding Cmd/Ctrl+Shift while dragging clips from the media pool or source viewer • Support for swapping clips in the Edit timeline using Cmd/Ctrl+Shift and dragging • Support for a dynamic trim mode icon in the Edit page toolbar with a slip and slider indicator • Support for an option to insert nested and compound clips in their decomposed state during edit operations • Support for deleting transitions across clips when one of the clips is deleted • Support for slipping clips with speed changes applied by a single frame • Support for performing match frame for the selected clip in the timeline • Support for improved results when compositing images with transparency • Support for importing Final Cut Pro X XML version 1.8 • Improved separation and handles between video and audio tracks on the timeline • Improved timecode entry and playhead navigation • Improved optical flow for speed changes • Improved Smooth Cut • Improved keyboard shortcut mapping • Improved previews when performing blades on a multi track edit • Improved ripple cut and ripple delete behavior • Improved automatic track creation when dragging clips to new tracks Media • Support for generation 4 color science when decoding CinemaDNG clips from Blackmagic Design cameras • Support for Blackmagic Design Film generation 4 to Extended Video LUTs • Support for Cintel HDR capture • Support for importing clip markers from a Final Cut Pro 7 XML file • Support for importing marker colors and duration markers on clips when importing media using FCP7 XML files • Support for preserving bin hierarchy when importing media and metadata from a Final Cut Pro 7 XML file • Support clip type icon in list view for both Clip names and File Names • Support for showing Clip names instead of File names as the default • Support for replacing a media file and all its instances in the Media Pool • Support to navigate to synced audio files from a video clip in the Media Pool • Support for automatically creating subclips by dragging a clip from the viewer to the Media Pool • Support for source clips with high speed capture frame rates in the Media Pool • Support for retaining empty folders when importing folders to the Media Pool • Support for improved LTC detection from clips with multiple audio tracks • Support for larger clip thumbnails in the Media Pool • Support for showing clip color indicator in the Media Pool thumbnails • Support for improved Media Pool column listing • Support for modifying the extents of subclips from the Media Pool and the timeline • Support for displaying iXML channel names in clip attributes • Support for viewing waveforms for audio clips in thumbnail mode in the Media Pool and Media Storage • Support for live preview of audio clips in the Media Pool and Media Storage • Support for multiple bin views in collaborative projects • Support for smaller Media Pool floating windows • Support for native IMF decoding in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Support for native Kakadu based JPEG2000 decoding • Support for decoding unencrypted DCP packages using the Kakadu codec • Support for ARRI LF camera files • Support for decoding H.264 clips in the MXF or MTS format • Support for Canon Log3 in Resolve Color Management • Support for alpha channel with DNxHR 422 codecs • Support for decoding 8-bit Phantom Cine clips • Support for reading color space and gamma information from QuickTime and MXF clips • Support for alpha channel when decoding from Cineform RGB • Support for storing the alpha channel when caching to Uncompressed 10-bit float formats • Support for storing the alpha channel when caching to Uncompressed 16-bit float - HDR • Support for automatically setting alpha mode based on metadata when importing still images • Support for decoding FLAC audio files • Support for HEIF decode on Mac and DaVinci Resolve Studio on Windows and Linux • Support for decoding TGA images • Support for decoding DPX RGBA 10bit image sequences • Support for reading orientation from JPEG and QuickTime files • Support for decoding GrassValley HQ and HQX codecs in the AVI format • Support for colorspace, gamma and LUT options for clips from DJI X7 camera • Support for hardware accelerated decode of Long GOP Panasonic AVC clips on NVIDIA hardware • Support for Canon C200 IDTs in ACES • Support for displaying REDCODE metadata for R3D clips • Support for XAVC-Intra OP1A HDR metadata • Improved Resolve Color Management support for Sony clips where input color space and gamma are set automatically using metadata • Improved support for audio waveform sync in multicam clips • Improved support for decoding MXF XDCAM clips • Improved reading of Quicktime file metadata • Updated smart render cache settings to no longer cache H.264 clips automatically Color • Support for new SuperScale option for high quality resolution upscaling • Support for multiple timeline playheads with DaVinci Resolve Advanced panel control • Support for a new LUT browser in the Color page • Support for live preview of LUTs and gallery stills • Support for browsing grades from other timelines in the gallery • Support for browsing grades from other projects in the expanded gallery view • Support for batch color version management • Support for simultaneous HDR and SDR monitoring on supported Blackmagic Design playback devices • Support for switching between previous and next version for multiple clips • Support for modifying the qualifier by dragging the controls in the user interface • Support for denoise in the qualifiers matte finesse controls • Support for alpha matte shrink and grow in the qualifiers matte finesse controls • Support for ganging the timeline wipe with the current clip • Support for option to disable thumbnails in the node graph • Support for improved Color page node graph user interface • Support for improved user interactions for selecting nodes and modifying node connections • Support for enabling and disabling multiple selected nodes in the Color page • Support for a node context menu option to lock the node • Support for shared nodes for powerful group management • Support for Camera RAW controls for Canon RAW clips • Support for Camera RAW controls for Panasonic RAW clips • Support for setting Tint globally for all clips in the Camera RAW project settings • Support for the Media Pool in Color page • Support for GPU accelerated Dolby Vision™ HDR to SDR metadata generation in DaVinci Resolve Studio - BETA • Support for license activated GPU accelerated Dolby Vision™ internal CMU in DaVinci Resolve Studio - BETA • Support for Alt/Option + middle click to copy Dolby Vision™ trim metadata for the current target display • Support for Alt/Option + Shift + middle click to copy Dolby Vision™ trim metadata for all target displays • Support for an option to bypass all the trims in Dolby Vision™ • Support for native HDR10+ controls in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Support for a clip thumbnail indicator to show clips analyzed for Dolby Vision™ and HDR10+ on the Color page • Support for enabling or disabling tone mapping for Dolby Vision™ and HDR10+ projects • New ResolveFX Plugins ⁃ ResolveFX Aperture Diffraction in DaVinci Resolve Studio ⁃ ResolveFX Automatic Dirt Removal in DaVinci Resolve Studio ⁃ ResolveFX Deflicker in DaVinci Resolve Studio ⁃ ResolveFX Dust Buster in DaVinci Resolve Studio ⁃ ResolveFX Film Damage ⁃ ResolveFX Flicker Addition ⁃ ResolveFX Lens Reflections in DaVinci Resolve Studio ⁃ ResolveFX Patch Replacer in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Support for DaVinci CTLs user parameters accessible via ResolveFX DCTL in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Support for using DaVinci CTLs as input and output LUTs in project settings • Support for controlling DCTL execution based on DaVinci Resolve version • Support for the 3D Lookup table interpolation option for DCTLs • Support for a clipping option when converting from a larger gamut and/or gamma in ResolveFX Color Space Transform • Support for ResolveFX Match Move is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for random frame access when using temporal OpenFX plugins is now available on the non Studio version of DaVinci Resolve • Support for on-screen controls and overlays for various ResolveFX plugins • Support for stereoscopic convergence on Power Windows • Support for improved mouse interactivity when selecting or modifying control points on a power window • Support for showing marker overlays in the Color page viewer • Support for a dynamic keyframe indicator for nodes in the node graph • Support for tooltip for Edit page FX icons to display the list of plugins applied • Support for compound node path bar in the display node graph window • Support for applying LUTs on compound nodes • Support for copying nodes and pasting specific values by selecting parameters and using Paste Value • Support for previewing LUTs by holding Alt/Option pressed while mousing over the LUT context menu • Support for previewing composite modes in the layer mixer context menu • Support for listing and navigating to timeline markers from the Color page viewer option menu • Support for processing a node in a different Resolve Color Managed colorspace or gamma • Support for selected LUTs in split-screen mode • Support for previewing the selected album in split-screen mode • Support for drawing a selection box to select multiple points in ResolveFX Warper • Support for improved and smoother masks in ResolveFX Face Refinement • Support for a new enhanced mode for improved noise reduction • Support for changing the sensitivity of the jog wheel and shuttle control in the DaVinci Resolve Advanced panel • Support for smart filter options for shared nodes • Support for smart filter options for clips with Fusion effects • Support for showing clip color indicator in timeline thumbnails • Support for assigning colors to nodes • Support for clip level output blanking overrides • Support for tool usage badges • Support for listing the entire gallery still path in the Still Properties window • Support for RED SDK based Gamut Mapping for Red IPP2 based workflows • Support for option to process node LUTs in ACEScc AP1 timeline color space or ACES AP0 color space • Improved cropping quality and behavior when using the advanced video stabilization • Improved ResolveFX Lens Blur with support for custom aperture shapes • Improved onscreen controls for ResolveFX Match Move and ResolveFX Dead Pixel Fixer • Improved viewer mouse interaction and behavior when working on a node with multiple power windows • Improved DCTLs with ability to include code from headers and use LUTs in DaVinci Resolve Studio ⁃ Check Developer Documentation in the Help menu for more details • Improved generators, transitions and titles with support for Resolve Color Management and ACES Deliver • Support for embedding a subtitle track when encoding QuickTime files • Support for embedding CEA-608 closed captions when encoding QuickTime files • Support for embedding CEA-608 closed captions when encoding MXF OP1A files • Support for embedding CEA-708 closed captions when encoding MXF OP1A clips • Support for native IMF encoding in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Support for native Kakadu based JPEG2000 decoding and encoding • Support for native Kakadu based lossless JPEG 2000 encoding in DaVinci Resolve Studio • Support for encoding unencrypted DCP packages using the Kakadu codec • Support for improved codec and format listing in the Deliver page • Support for modifying the filename field in the Deliver page • Support for writing color range, color space and other image metadata when encoding to Quicktime DNxHR • Support for encoding EXR clips with alpha channels • Support for encoding an alpha channel when rendering TIFF sequences • Support for alpha channel when encoding to Cineform RGB • Support for encoding GrassValley HQ and HQX codecs in the AVI format • Support for replacing existing frame based files in-place during renders • Support for using the clip name as a data burn-in and Deliver page tag • Support for option to retain sub-black and super-white data for renders • Support for rendering with Dolby Vision™/HDR10+ tone mapping applied • Improved support for encoding HDR and mastering metadata for MXF and IMF formats in DaVinci Resolve Studio General • Support for Portuguese in the DaVinci Resolve user interface • Support for French in the DaVinci Resolve user interface • Support for single seat Fusion Studio dongles • Support for external scripting of DaVinci Resolve Studio from local and network locations ⁃ Check Developer Documentation in the Help menu for more details • Support for a console dialog with scripting support available in the Workspace menu • Support for Fairlight Audio Accelerator drivers in the DaVinci Resolve installer on Windows • Support for a new system preference to control Audio I/O Processing block size • Support for launching DaVinci Resolve and loading the project when opening a DRP file in the file browser • Support for a new application level system memory limit in Preferences • Support for a system preference to enable or disable hardware acceleration of H.264/HEVC and other supported codecs • Support for system preference to enable or disable Direct IO for media storage locations on Windows • Support for Metal when using RED GPU debayer on Mac • Support for system preference to enable or disable RED GPU Debayer • Support for a floating timecode window • Support for ability to bypass Fusion effects and/or Color changes on the viewers in the Edit, Fairlight and Color pages • Support for changing clip color from the application menu on the Media, Edit and Color pages • Support for saving the audio volume, dim and mute across application restarts • Support for a title bar for a floating Media Pool bin • Support for keyframing OpenFX dropdown and checkbox based parameters • Support for listing backups for a specific project from the project manager context menu • Support for backing up and versioning projects when using Live Save • Support for switching the top bar and page switcher bar to an icons only mode • Support for importing audio clip levels from AAF imports • Support for importing audio-only AAF timelines • Support for synced audio file name and sync offset in ALE exports • Support for sending problem reports to Blackmagic Design • GPU processing now defaults to Metal for modern Mac hardware running macOS 10.13 or newer • Improved application menu layouts • Improved and clearer contextual menu layouts • General performance and stability improvements
  9. Bruno Mansi

    DeckLink Video Delay

    You should definitely not be getting this sort of delay. If you look at the end of this YouTube video, you'll see the sort of performance you should be getting... You can probably just about see the slight delay (that Jussi mentioned) when the timeline is being scrubbed. This is usually due to the normal delay that LCD/LED panels exhibit. Since you've tested this with other hardware/software, it seems to be pointing to a fault on the card itself.
  10. Jussi Rovanperä

    DeckLink Video Delay

    I have a small delay with PCI Mini Monitor, both with Hdmi and SDI out, maybe 1 or 2 frames.
  11. dermot.shane

    De-noise RED Footage

    some thoughts; - really depends on the chip used, not all red camera's need the same processing, a Helium is not a RED1.... - i do not find any modern RED to be noisier than any other good camera, at the least, not objectionably noisy - i tend to avoid noise reduction unless really, really needed, and then i turn it up until i can see the scopes start to clear up, then cut the values in half - the exception being using Clairity in Nucoda - Paul Dore has a usefull OFX that displays noise per channel
  12. Nicolas Hanson

    DeckLink Video Delay

    Don't let anyone tell you that this is normal. It's not.
  13. Anton Meleshkevich

    DeckLink Video Delay

    Is this normal to have 10-15 frames (25 fps) delay between my GUI monitor and my external monitor? I tested my decklink mini monitor on different machines, different operating systems, HDMI and SDI, consumer TV and SDI monitors, tried different settings in davinci resolve. I get this delay in Resolve (12,5 and 15b8), in premiere pro, in avid media composer. I have latest drivers and software versions. But if I just connect my TV to HDMI port of my nvidia card, I have almost no delay. But when I use device made for exactly that purpose I got this delay. I know, I can to match it to GUI monitor. But problem is the actual delay. Ok. For premiere pro i can just use nvidia HDMI and edit that way. But when I grade in Resolve, I have to move color wheel. Wait 0,5 second. See result. Move color wheel again. Is this a typical and normal thing? I read different opinions. Somebody says that it is ok, somebody says, he/she doesn't have this delay at all.
  14. Alex Winker

    De-noise RED Footage

    Thanks for the input!
  15. Emil Öberg

    Blur edges of a matte

    Is there any way to blur only the edges of a matte in Resolve?
  16. Stef Colosi

    De-noise RED Footage

    You can also split the signal and look at each channel individually, its often the case that 1 or 2 channels have noticeably more noise (often the blue channel) and then apply more NR to that specific channel.
  17. Misha Denisov

    De-noise RED Footage

    I do grading first and if the noise emerges, I add a noise reduction node before everything. I am not often working with RED footages, but they are noisy, fact. So usually 5-7 of temporal NR will not affect image details and quality, but reduce noise significantly. You will see it)
  18. Alex Winker

    De-noise RED Footage

    Thanks Misha. So you generally do this on almost all red footage?
  19. Misha Denisov

    De-noise RED Footage

    I got excellent results on super-noisy RED footage using either Neat video or Resolve's internal denoiser. Neat will set everything for you automatically, in Resolve's denoiser start with Temporal (5 frames, Mo. est.type - better) and push it right before the artifacts come. Then go to the Spatial (mode - better or enhanced) and push it until you satisfy. Nothing special with RED, just dose the impact. For basic noise level I use 5-7 Temporal and no Spatial.
  20. Alex Prohorushkin

    Test-drive BenQ SW320 (rus.language)

    Hello. Now ICG (Russian-department) finished test-drive BenQ SW320. If you speak Russian, its well done. Alex. Benq_SW320_test-drive_from_ICG.pdf
  21. dermot.shane

    Please help me find the color!

    some questions 1- how does this scene fit into the story arc? 2- what is the main deliverable; theatre / web delivery / tv daytime / tv primetime / tvc ? 3- are there any weak links in the rest of the scene that shots have to match? 4 - how much time can production afford to throw at the show / how many days do you have to get the entire project complete? depending upon the answers... i'd approach each option diffrently
  22. Craig Harris

    Post your suite!

    One of the old greats and it's still looking awesome. I wish they still made them.
  23. Emily Haine

    Post your suite!

    One of the old great Panasonic Plasma's or a new pro line?
  24. Craig Harris

    Post your suite!

    Early days in my new room but loving it. Running an FSI for my monitor and rocking a Panasonic Pro Plasma for clients.
  25. Евгений Васильцов

    Please help me find the color!

    I do not often deal with the color correction of other people's projects, but I almost always paint my own, now I have a slight bewilderment, I can not pick up color for these frames. It's a short meter, a comedy genre! If you have the opportunity to help me please check with the color! Alex camera, ProRes material 444 Raw file here: https://fex.net/635068188718
  26. Lowepost

    Duotone look tutorial

    The popular duotone-look was re-introduced with the new colorful brand identity of Spotify. In our new look tutorial we walk you through how to create it in DaVinci Resolve. The RGB-mixer plays a powerful role to highlight important parts in the image. Watch it here!
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