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thibault carterot
bad playback in color but good in edit room ??
on Apr 15, 2016 at 9:03:31 am

Hi,

We are experiencing a very strange behavior of resolve studio.

Our config :

Windows 8.1
Supermicro
Utlrastudio via thunderbolt
2 GTX TitanX
1 Titan for GUI only
Red Rocket
An intern RAID of 8 disk with atto card controller

On many differents projects, we have perfect playback in edit mode and very slow in the color page.

We though our config was top for 2K grading. Could you help us with that ?

Thanks,

Best,

T.

Config : Mac Pro 2010, 12x2,4Ghz, 32Go Ram, 3xTITAN,GT120, Decklink 3D+, RED Rocket, system on Crucial SSD 500, RAID FC 8gb Lacie 24To, CYCLONE PCI expander, Resolve 10.0.2


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Joseph Owens
Re: bad playback in color but good in edit room ??
on Apr 17, 2016 at 9:06:40 pm

If your Titans are identical, you should try boosting your CUDA count by sharing the GPU load with the GUI card. There are other issues with the interface, though -- used to be slowdowns if you were in certain grade window. Curves and power windows were once notorious for slowing down the playback rate. Make doubly certain your display settings match the timeline.

jPo

"I always pass on free advice -- its never of any use to me" Oscar Wilde.


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thibault carterot
Re: bad playback in color but good in edit room ??
on Apr 18, 2016 at 6:19:27 am

We change the GUI titan for a TitanX (same as the 2 other used for GPU) It's better. But I think the interface since v12 is not optimized and too heavy.

The cache is still not working very well.

Config : Mac Pro 2010, 12x2,4Ghz, 32Go Ram, 3xTITAN,GT120, Decklink 3D+, RED Rocket, system on Crucial SSD 500, RAID FC 8gb Lacie 24To, CYCLONE PCI expander, Resolve 10.0.2


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Bruce Greene
Re: bad playback in color but good in edit room ??
on Apr 24, 2016 at 6:21:39 pm

I had this issue and solved it by changing the video output settings to 8 bit from 10 bit in the settings tab.

Varicam/Steadicam Owner
Los Angeles, CA
http://www.brucealangreene.com


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