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Rendering individual shots in Resolve 9

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Bruce GoodmanRendering individual shots in Resolve 9
by on Oct 4, 2012 at 2:15:47 pm

I have to render select shots (to send out for VFX) from 6 timelines. While on the render page I set the in and outpoints but when I click 'start render' the entire timeline starts rendering. What step am I missing?

Thanks.


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Joseph OwensRe: Rendering individual shots in Resolve 9
by on Oct 4, 2012 at 6:37:03 pm

Use the new marking system to filter those shots. Assign a "flag" to the shots you want to render and its pretty straightforward after that. Choose the "flagged" shots with the timeline filter and do a right click render all and do remember to choose to render as individual source clips.

jPo

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Paul ProvostRe: Rendering individual shots in Resolve 9
by on Oct 4, 2012 at 10:24:14 pm

I'm finding flags useless as they automatically group source media even if you are using multiple versions. remote versions that is. do flags only work properly with local versions?

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Peter ChamberlainRe: Rendering individual shots in Resolve 9
by on Oct 5, 2012 at 1:03:48 am

Flags are associated with source clips. If you use the same source clip twice the same flag will identify the clip. Consider using markers as these are frame identifiers.
Peter


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Paul ProvostRe: Rendering individual shots in Resolve 9
by on Oct 5, 2012 at 1:10:56 am

that would be great, but my markers are always grayed out. I've been too busy to chase that one down...

EDIT:
never mind, just tried it and noticed markers are desaturated in the gui - and only show up on timeline. wasn't vey clear in documentation
thanks
Paul


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