How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

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How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostFri May 07, 2021 2:01 am

How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostFri May 07, 2021 2:11 am

What do you mean? You can import and edit it.
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostFri May 07, 2021 2:21 am

I think you might need the studio version to handle 10-bit 422.
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostFri May 07, 2021 2:33 am

It would be nice if Resolve gave some sort of more positive indication of what the problem was when you're trying to import an unsupported format other than the clip simply failing to appear in the media pool. Imagine how many questions could be eliminated if it simply displayed a pop-up messagebox with the text "This format <format-description> is not supported" or "This format <format-description> is only supported by the Studio Version".
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostFri May 07, 2021 1:58 pm

You can edit a MOV with the right codecs in 10 bit 422 with the free version just fine. Which one is yours?
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostFri May 07, 2021 2:20 pm

Sean Nelson wrote:It would be nice if Resolve gave some sort of more positive indication of what the problem was when you're trying to import an unsupported format other than the clip simply failing to appear in the media pool. Imagine how many questions could be eliminated if it simply displayed a pop-up messagebox with the text "This format <format-description> is not supported" or "This format <format-description> is only supported by the Studio Version".


Been commented and "requested" long time ago, yet we still only have very confusing media off-line warning which tells you not much at all.
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostSat May 08, 2021 2:38 am

Thanks, I installed the Studio version and it works great. :)
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Re: How do I edit MOV files(10 bit 422) in Davinci?

PostSat May 08, 2021 6:40 am

Sean Nelson wrote:It would be nice if Resolve gave some sort of more positive indication of what the problem was when you're trying to import an unsupported format other than the clip simply failing to appear in the media pool. Imagine how many questions could be eliminated if it simply displayed a pop-up messagebox with the text "This format <format-description> is not supported" or "This format <format-description> is only supported by the Studio Version".


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