advance I must admit that I do myself extremely difficult with the workflow for RAW edit. This is partly due to the lack of experience with raw footage and probably also the missunderstanding of it: (So have some leniency for the suggestions and the video here :)))
with the attempt, I had three aims:
1 find a workflow that goes directly and only with the DNG from the cam and consumed as minimal space.
2 a workflow that is not tied to Resolve
3 a workflow that I can do the edit in PP
ML RAW - DNG - Lightroom - After Effects - (premiere - no proxy)
If you are familiar with Lightroom, you can very quickly create some excellent look here. The nice thing with a click, the metadata are stored and you can add the material already in AE and edit Premiere or give further.
Advantage: fast and space-saving
Disadvantage: it is the reverse "normal workflow," because it's almost pointless to make color correction and colro grading, without having it created a Raw cut.
ML RAW - DNG - After Effects (premiere - no proxy)
It is a step less than the above but in the end the same work and is more like a video workflow.
Advantage: a little faster
Disadvantage: the adobe dynamic link is useless here, because Premiere can not deal with the DNGs
Edit: You can leave the After Effects composition in 8bit. so the direct link will work again but for me it makes no sense to film 14-bit RAW and then edit into an 8-bit space.
Workflow 03 (optional):
ML RAW - DNG - Resolve - Proxies - Premiere - XML - Resolve
Actually, the best workflow of all. The will work out pretty well, but you have to really know what you're doing here.
Advantage: it is the "right" way...
Disadvantages: ... but only if you can