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charlie edison
Re: Davinci 8.2 Lite, TIMECODE does match, Reel does match... No force conform XML....
on Jan 12, 2012 at 7:05:58 am

So let me get this straight,

all the footage has been ingested into AVID via log and transfer ?

If yes then,

once your edit is locked off, you should Export an AAF and include all Video using the
Consolidate method with some handles and transcode to the highest codec available.
(Any Effects not supported in the round trip process are treated as simple cut transitions so they can still be graded)

Across on your resolve,
You don't need to add clips to your Media Pool, go straight to the Conform page with no sessions and select ‘Load’. Select the AAF that you just exported from Media Composer, select auto project settings and auto find source clips, (You now need to identify the location of the AVID consolidated media media during this process).
Once done, you should see your conform as it was in AVID..
if not Exit here and head to the PUB!

IF yes then.. you can now go ahead a grade..
Once the grade is done its time to render …
DON'T go to the conform page and change sessions,
with the session or timeline that you just graded, go to the render page.

Choose Easy setup and select "Avid AAF Round Trip"
then the render resolution
"DO NOT uncheck Render clips with Unique Filenames"

Enter in handles the same as in your AVID AFF export and consolidate media,

Enter a destination PATH and hit render,

You mentioned it was a 1 hour PRGM, goto back to the PUB for 2HRS,

Once the render is complete, close render tab and go straight to conform tab, (don't change session) and export AAF called "Graded_……"

Back to AVID now.

Copy the media from the resolve render into AVID MXF media folder, create a new one with a new number just to separate it from other footage,
Open your AVID project, the same one as your offline and then open the media tool and refresh the media database,
if this works, inside that folder you just created, you should be able to see a new " msmMMOB.mdb "
Its a double check sort of thing seeing - means AVID noticed something new.

Then import your AAF, "Graded_….." you exported from resolve, into a new bin. The media and the graded timeline should appear. If not,
go back to the PUB….

But I reckon it will all be there.
All you need to do now is copy tracks with text etc from your off-line, place them over the new sequence, apply any other effects and basically master the job..

This should work..

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