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Robert Ober
Re: AMA vs Transcoding Reasons/Performance when using RAW video or AVI
on Dec 30, 2014 at 8:09:30 pm

RAO's stock answer number one:

Start in Resolve


As mentioned above you can start in another package, transcode and include an AAF or EDL or XML, and send that to Avid. Once the edit is done you export an AAF, EDL, or similar and send that to the package you started in. You can then reconnect to the camera originals.

Many folks, including notalentwannabes like myself use this workflow. I start in Resolve and finish usually in Resolve. If you want to output 4K you will need the licensed version. The Lite version I believe works now up to and including UHD. By the way, when folks say Conform, think reconnect to camera originals.

Resolve and packages designed for Dailes can make multiple copies of your camera originals and you can do a quick color correction pass referred to as a one-light.

Hope that helps,
Robert

Robert A. Ober
IT Consultant, Vidcaster, & Freelancer
http://www.infohou.com
Houston, TX


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