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Walter Soyka
Re: Resolve XII...
on Jul 31, 2015 at 4:11:04 pm

[Andrew Kimery] "To make a long story short, after Apple released Color I spent a few years primarily as a colorist and I quickly realized how awesome a dedicated app like Color was, and how limited the built-in correction tools in NLEs were. Today if I have a quick and dirty grading job I'll do it in the NLE using some Magic Bullet plugins but if I have a 'real' grading job I'll do it in Resolve. After putting in the miles to learn apps like Color and Resolve the thought of doing intensive color work in an NLE makes my skin crawl."

If there were a true non-linear workflow (read: no round-tripping), you could do quick and dirty grading in a proper color environment, too, if you wanted. There'd be no penalty for going "out of order."

I shouldn't have accepted the premise of your question before, because a common data model across apps isn't just about collaboration with separate people. It's about removing the speedbumps in our workflows, letting artists use any tool at any time in the process.

Walter Soyka
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