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Grant Kay
NEW Video Series - Smoke and Resolve Interoperability
on Aug 13, 2013 at 9:57:58 am

Hi All,

I have posted a highly requested series showing the interoperability between Autodesk Smoke and BlackMagic Design DaVinci Resolve.

In this 3-part series, we go through preparing the sequence for publishing in Smoke, conforming the timeline in Resolve and finally, round-tripping back to DaVinci Resolve.

Hopefully a very big help to all who use both software applications.

You can check all of this out on the Smoke Learning Channel - http://www.youtube.com/smokehowtos

Or you can download the videos via iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/smoke-learning-channel/id552051408?mt=2

Please follow me on Twitter @discreetuk for the latest Official Smoke Training Updates

All feedback, requests and comments are always welcome!

Have a great week!

Regards
Grant

Check out the Smoke Learning Channel

Youtube - http://www.youtube.com/smokehowtos
or search for the Smoke Learning Channel on iTunes
Follow me on twitter @discreetuk


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Sascha Haber
Re: NEW Video Series - Smoke and Resolve Interoperability
on Aug 14, 2013 at 7:27:31 am

You are a star :)

Thanks again, Grant

A slice of color...

Resolve 9.1.4 , Smoke 2013 EXT
Colorist / VFX / Aerial footage nerd
http://vimeo.com/saschahaber


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Pablo Villegas
Re: NEW Video Series - Smoke and Resolve Interoperability
on Sep 8, 2013 at 9:07:47 am

Thanks! Do you know how to export when using R3D files? Can it be done?

Is it a usable workflow? Can you edit in Smoke 2013 with native R3D files and then color grade on Resolve and
back?

Or a similar workflow using another NLE - Smoke 2013 - Resolve?

It's great that Smoke lets you use native R3D files, instead of proxies, because you can scale them using the full resolution. But there is no point if then you can't color grade them on a dedicated color grading application.

Thanks in advanced.



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