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Brad Hurley
Re: FCPX & Resolve
on Aug 27, 2019 at 2:06:34 am

It's easy enough to just import everything into the media pool and make your selects (e.g., subclips) from there. The clone tool (available in the Media page) is a more reliable way than drag-and-drop to transfer footage from SD cards/SSD/CFast to your RAID or hard disk or whatever you use for storage, as it does a checksum to make sure all the transferred files exactly match the source.

Before Resolve became a capable editor, a lot of people used your workflow with the original Pocket Cinema Camera, which shot CDNG raw; they would process those in Resolve and export Prores files to edit in FCPX.

Resolve is actually an excellent editor now, but if you're used to Final Cut it's going to seem inefficient in comparison, at least until you get used to it.


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