Hey Guys! This one is just to cover making DNx transcodes for Avid in DaVinci Resolve. I’ve seen a bunch of people run into issues with this in the forums if they’ve never done it before. So this will take you through the whole thing. Applying LUTs, making sure metadata is intact, even creating ALEs
This video will show how to get round importing MP4 files or other codec / wrappers that wont transcode into Avid. I show you how to use Resolve and media manage and import into Avid MediaFiles folder to solve issue.
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe continues his discussion on how to create dailies for Media Composer from different applications, and in this lesson, we’re focusing on DaVinci Resolve! Footage courtesy of Cinestudy – vimeo.com/framelines Channel: www.youtube.com/letseditMC_avidFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LetsEditwithMediaComposerTwitter: @kpmcauliffee-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 7: Syncing Audio and video in Avid Media Composer Learn how to create, modify and manage a sync map sequence using timecode, then sync double-system audio and video clips in Avid.
Step 6: Importing and Organizing Audio Files in Avid Media Composer Learn how to import audio files into Avid, assign and manage clip metadata in preparation for syncing to video.
Step 4: Importing ALE files to Avid Media Composer and relinking master clips to MXF media Learn how to import ALE files into Avid, view bin metadata, and relink master clips to MXF media files.
Step 3: Exporting media and metadata from Resolve for Avid Media Composer Learn how to render Avid MXF files from Resolve, and export ALE files (bin metadata) for Avid Media Composer.
Step 2: Creating and managing export timelines in Resolve Learn how to create timelines in Resolve, and add data burn-in in preparation for export to Avid Media Composer.
Step 1: Importing and organizing footage in Resolve Learn how to set up a Resolve project, import production camera files, and organize metadata.
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe wraps up his introductory look at 4K workflows inside of Avid Media Composer by showing you how to easily “roundtrip” your sequence from Media Composer to DaVinci Resolve, and back again. This tutorial is essential as color correction is a key step in your online workflow.
Welcome to the fifth episode of our 5-part tutorial series ‘Get Started Fast with Media Composer for High-Res Workflows’ on Avid Blogs. In this final lesson Kevin P McAuliffe shows us how to export larger than HD media and create high-res masters from Media Composer, but also focus on Resolve roundtripping, as well as exporting
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