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ron darby
Problem round tripping with Adobe PP CC
on Feb 10, 2014 at 4:05:32 am

I am new to Resolve 10 lite

Sorry if this is a basic question but I am still learning how this program works.

I want to be able to edit a timeline in Adobe PP CC and then export it to do finishing in Resolve

After watching tutorials and reading parts of the manual I gave it a try, but failed.

Here's what I did on my Mac pro with the latest Adobe Premier and Resolve 10 lite:

Export my edited timeline as a FCP xml.

Import FCP XML into resolve.

Leave "Load XML" window at default settings

Name new sequence as test and click OK

Then I get a window that says 9 of 9 clips not yet found.
Do you want to select anther folder to search.

I select the folder I know contains the 9 clips

After a minute or so of Resolve looking, I get the same message again.

So I click no (as in do not look in anther folder for the clips)

Then anther window appears with a list of the offline clips. The top line says Start importing/.….
Each line says
The clip "00010991_01.mov" failed to link because the media file "xdcam" is missing or has the wrong timecode extents.

So I make sure the project matches the TC, but still get same era

Sorry so long and not that clear, I appreciate any help


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Dmitry Kitsov
Re: Problem round tripping with Adobe PP CC
on Feb 10, 2014 at 4:23:36 am

Are you able to actually open the clips in resolve regardless of XML?


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ron darby
Re: Problem round tripping with Adobe PP CC
on Feb 10, 2014 at 4:47:51 am

Yes, I can get the same clip from the library and it works just fine in Resolve



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Dmitry Kitsov
Re: Problem round tripping with Adobe PP CC
on Feb 10, 2014 at 4:53:50 am

Ok. Open all of the clips in resolve and make sure they all have unique timecode. Note the timecode on the couple of the clips. Do so in the media tab. Open the same clips in your premiere pro project and verify that they have the same beginning and ending timecode as visible in resolve. Make sure that your clips have proper file extension. Also try first opening files in resolve and then importing the XML but keep import media unchecked in the XML import dialogue.


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ron darby
Re: Problem round tripping with Adobe PP CC
on Feb 10, 2014 at 5:23:44 am

Thanks, I have to many questions at this times, I need to read the manual more and narrow down what my questions are. Thanks. I'll be back



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