Data burnin ruins Cached files.

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Buddy Palmate

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Data burnin ruins Cached files.

PostSat Oct 16, 2021 8:30 am

Data burnin destroys Cached files.
Please put data burnin as an overlay in the process chain after the cached files.
And add a settings option on the Delivery page.
For more complex projects with Fusion compositions, this is quite a serious problem.
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Re: Data burnin ruins Cached files.

PostSat Oct 16, 2021 12:31 pm

Could you create proxies without databurn in, and then once the proxies are created, turn databurn in on? If you need to send it out side of Resolve, render a new file from the proxies with the databurn in on if needed.

Also, when creating proxies, you could add a prefix to the naming, so when you're manually turning on databurn in resolve, using file name, it would be showing if it's a proxy or not.
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Re: Data burnin ruins Cached files.

PostSun Oct 17, 2021 8:20 am

Thank you for your quick response. It's an interesting trick. So I'll have to create proxies for the timecode.
I don't think the great creator of DaVinci Resolve wanted this when he created it:)
I'll tell you how I solved it. I rendered the file without timecode and added it in Adobe Media Encoder:)

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