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Brad Hurley
Re: Resolve 16 vs FCPX
on Dec 23, 2019 at 10:03:26 pm

Actually the most effective way to use Izotope RX with Resolve is to use the standalone version of RX as an external audio editor in Resolve and don't bother with the plugins. The plugins don't have the full functionality of the standalone version, and Resolve makes it a piece of cake to roundtrip the edits you make in RX. All you have to do is set up RX as an external audio editor in Resolve's preferences, and then if you go to the Fairlight page and right-click on an audio clip, you'll see an option for External Audio Process in the contextual menu, with a submenu that allows you to choose RX or any other app you've set up as an external audio editor. Once you choose the external editor, it creates a copy of the clip with a new name in the Capture folder. When you save your edits/enhancements in Izotope RX, it overwrites this copy. Your original audio files are untouched; the edits are made to the copy.

See https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=79216 for more details.


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