I've been hacking through this by saving a CDL out of Resolve and then copy and pasting the meta data and SOP and saturation parameters into a text template I made and saving as a .ccc file. This way our NUKE artists can use them more directly and we can even import them back into Resolve's Still Store to use on a shot by shot basis.
My question - is there not a way to save a CCC file directly out of Resolve instead of saving a CDL first? If not this would be very cool to do so say out of the Still Store like a .drx file.
Second question - does anyone have a application they use and are happy with that extracts the color data from the CDL and creates CCC files?
If you are still looking for a solution to get to ccc files try giving light illusion an e-mail. they recently came up with a solution that converts cdl-edls to ccc files by parsing the cdl and kicking out an individual ccc file for each event. works like a charm.