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Not Quite Grasping FCP XML R/T in Resolve Lite 9

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Ned SoltzNot Quite Grasping FCP XML R/T in Resolve Lite 9
by on Aug 3, 2012 at 5:13:30 pm

I'm still not quite grasping exporting XML round trip for FCP X in Resolve 9 Lite.

Exported XML from FCP X with 3 clips and brought into Resolve with no problem. Did a test grade on each of the clips.

In the Deliver room, I selected FCP X XML preset, chose ProRes 422 as my codec, selected a destination and added the job to the render queue. What I got was 3 separate rendered .mov files as opposed to XML which I could import into FCP X.

While 9 imported the audio (which 8 did not do), am I correct that there will be no audio export?

I was neither fully understanding the workflow from the UI or from the documentation.

Thanks for any pointers. I'm definitely missing something.

Ned Soltz


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Joseph OwensRe: Not Quite Grasping FCP XML R/T in Resolve Lite 9
by on Aug 3, 2012 at 7:11:55 pm

[Ned Soltz] "What I got was 3 separate rendered .mov files"

So far, so good, but its only step one.

Now go to the Conform page timelines. Select your edited timeline and "export" XML or whatever it is that X can import.

Round tripping is covered in some detail in the new manual -- especially AAF workflows.

jPo

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Ned SoltzRe: Not Quite Grasping FCP XML R/T in Resolve Lite 9
by on Aug 3, 2012 at 8:02:52 pm

Thanks.

I am finding the documentation fragmented and unclear.

I rendered the clips in the Deliver room using FCP X XML Preset.

Then returned to Conform, selected the timeline and exported XML.

FCP X does not recognize that XML.

It seemed much more straightforward in Resolve 8.



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Dmitry KitsovRe: Not Quite Grasping FCP XML R/T in Resolve Lite 9
by on Aug 3, 2012 at 10:22:38 pm

First of all the new manual is beautifully clear, concise and even poetic in some ways.
You problem is that you are using the wrong version of xml. When you chose to export xml for FCP X do use the drop down to chose "Files of type" in the menu that appears after you right click on the graded timeline and chose export in the conform page. You have to chose xml type that matches your version of FCP X. If you kept up with the upgrades it is most likely to be 1.1


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Ned SoltzRe: Not Quite Grasping FCP XML R/T in Resolve Lite 9
by on Aug 5, 2012 at 3:02:20 am

Got it. Issue of importing the XML was more related to some beta software which was making X act flakey. X is now back to normal as is XML import



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