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Jonathan Murphy wrote:Kinefinity krw raw support please!!!
Simon Rabeder wrote:I started out as audio professional, so I'd rather use pro tools.
JPOwens wrote:I think the other fundamental issue that most picture editors miss is that video NLEs are granular in their approach to event positioning on a timeline. What I mean is that you get tied to a framerate.
Noel Sterrett wrote:Keyboard shortcut to delete the current version.
It's easy to add a new version, but currently to delete the one you're on (the one you don't like), you first need to switch to a different version, right click on the clip, move the mouse to a different version, and click delete.
Jim Simon wrote:I'd kind of prefer Resolve stepped up it's audio game, so no need for Pro Tools.
Marc Wielage wrote:Jim Simon wrote:I'd kind of prefer Resolve stepped up it's audio game, so no need for Pro Tools.
Note that Pro Tools has a number of advantages over everything else out there, particularly in video editing. A big one is being able to slide and edit tracks at the sample level, along with the vast number of plug-ins available for Pro Tools (both RTAS and HDX).
Simon Rabeder wrote:It is somewhat unreasonable to expect it to do audio editing as well, there are dedicated tools for that.
Simon Rabeder wrote:I din't expect this to evolve into a full on "please make Resolve a DAW as well plz" thread.
It is a grading platform that's trying t much into the editing market.
I only suggested things I thought to be necessary for it to become successful at the latter.
It is somewhat unreasonable to expect it to do audio editing as well, there are dedicated tools for that. Nobody is expecting it to do complex compositing either.
I want it to become a usable video editor not a bloated monster. If they can implement it nicely I'm not against finer audio control but for the time being I would just want it to have the standard export format for most workflows.
Dani Iosafat wrote:However, sample accurate sync in the media page is, I believe, essential, if Resolve is to work as the master ingest program.
Simon Rabeder wrote:the time quantisation of the slate or anything that confirms your sync for that matter is only at the frame rate.
Wyldie Maxwell wrote:I would love the ability to display your wipe/mix offline reference in the Lightbox (or a lightbox-like window in the Edit tab/thumbnails on the timeline).
Being able to see mismatched/re-positioned clips at a glance would really speed up my conform process.
waltervolpatto wrote:auxiliary extra visible timecode. imagine i have a feature split in reels, i need both the reel timecode and the long play timecode.
José Santos wrote:Being able to edit the 3D perspective changes on tracked windows is a major one for me! I feel that once I use the 3D tracker I can't keyframe the window if needed!
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