Present to customer?

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Present to customer?

PostMon May 17, 2021 11:29 pm

v1 of the project is done, and it contains all of the clips for client review. What is the best practice for the customer to indicate which clips to keep and which to delete? I'm thinking of a number that appears on each clip, so he can say "keep 3,4,9", and delete the rest.
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Re: Present to customer?

PostMon May 17, 2021 11:47 pm

A common method is to burn-in timecode and the client makes notes based on that.
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Re: Present to customer?

PostTue May 18, 2021 2:25 am

Workspace / Data Burn-in
Perfect

Thanks very much
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Re: Present to customer?

PostTue May 18, 2021 7:20 am

Frame.io has a fantastic system for client review, so they can watch the finished project online, with or without burned-in timecode (or a watermark), and they can type in notes while the project plays back. Once their notes are finished, you can import the notes to Resolve as markers, and then check out every shot comment based on timecode. You can get more info here:

https://www.frame.io
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