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How To Be A DIT Part 9 - Digital Dailies | Jonny Elwyn - Film Editor

How To Be A DIT Part 9 - Digital Dailies | Jonny Elwyn - Film Editor | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
In the 9th instalment of this series of resources for DITs, Directors of Photography and editors, is a round up of tools and tutorials for creating digital dailies.

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Resolve 12 Top 5 Creative Features

Resolve 12 Top 5 Creative Features | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it

Earlier this month I had the privilege of working for Black Magic Design as a demo artist for DaVinci Resolve 12 during NAB. This was my second time around


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Frame.io Announces Seamless Integration With Apple’s Final Cut Pro X

Frame.io (frame.io) announced today a companion desktop app for MacOS X users that tightly integrates their video review, collaboration and sharing platform with Apple’s Final Cut Pro X software. Editors can now publish individual clips, or an entire timeline in full quality (ProRes 444) or proxy (MP4) to Frame.io. Everyone in the Frame.io project is then automatically notified and able to view previews of the timeline on the web, or download the full quality version. 

Artists and editors can use Frame.io's new FCPX companion app to: 
• Quickly and easily publish an FCPX timeline for work in progress review 
• Upload Digital Dailies with synced sound 
• Share a full timeline or selected clips from a timeline with your team for vfx or color grading. 

Features of the new companion app allow editors to: 
• Use FCPX Markers to upload only select clips 
• Exclude clips that are disabled in the timeline 
• Range-select a portion of the timeline to upload to Frame.io. 
• Embed FCPX notes and keywords into clips, which then become spotlight searchable. 


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The Public Beta of DaVinci Resolve 11 | Alexis Van Hurkman—Thinking Aloud

The Public Beta of DaVinci Resolve 11 | Alexis Van Hurkman—Thinking Aloud | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
“The Public Beta of DaVinci Resolve 11: I’ve had a lot of fun working with DaVinci this year, and version 11 a ... http://t.co/Z0EijKBkY1”;
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Coding for post production - Learn how to program pipeline tools: DaVinci Resolve | How to backup, optimize and restore the Davinci Resolve database via commandline


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News: DaVinci Resolve 10 Used for Advanced Color on Hollywood Blockbuster “Need for Speed”

News: DaVinci Resolve 10 Used for Advanced Color on Hollywood Blockbuster “Need for Speed” | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
(Fremont, California--March 24, 2014) Blackmagic Design today announced that DaVinci Resolve 10 was used by freelance colorist Mark Todd Osborne for advanced color on the Hollywood film “Need for Speed.” Osborne worked at LA based production and...
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Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 10.1.3 Adds Native GPU Support with RED RAW Footage

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 10.1.3 Adds Native GPU Support with RED RAW Footage | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it

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Creating a Hollywood Blockbuster Look in After Effects

Creating a Hollywood Blockbuster Look in After Effects | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Give your footage a Hollywood blockbuster style look in After Effects. This video tutorial shows you a few simple tricks for making your background pop!
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Here's why 4K TV is set to conquer your living room

Here's why 4K TV is set to conquer your living room | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
The relentless march of tech progress is tramping through our living rooms again, with current-gen TVs set to be booted out by this year's poster boy – 4K. - The 4K picture is simply astonishing - 4K is hitting the high street hard - With 4K, bigger is better. And big is good - OK, so there's not much to watch yet – but it's coming - Netflix to the rescue - 4K broadcasting isn't as far off as you think
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> Calibrate That Display! < But do it with Alexis Van Hurkman

> Calibrate That Display! < But do it with Alexis Van Hurkman | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Posted by Alexis Van Hurkman on January 19, 2014 • "One of the most frequently asked questions I’ve gotten over the years is “I’m planning on using a plasma display for color critical monitoring, but I’m not sure how to calibrate it.” I’ve been putting off answering this question for months, as the answer has, until recently, been a bit more complicated then I’ve wanted it to be. However, recent developments – specifically the release of DaVinci Resolve 10 – have dramatically simplified this process, making LUT calibration easier then it’s ever been for small shops.In this article, I’m going to illustrate the process of automated LUT calibration using the particular software and hardware combination that I’ve been working with:"...VanHurkman.com
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The Importance of HEVC in the future of Video Delivery

The Importance of HEVC in the future of Video Delivery | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding or H.265) is one of the most important technologies to have emerged in the TV industry in the last decade, as it results in a huge cost savings for operators by halving the bit rates necessary to deliver video. HEVC allows operators to do more with less at a time when they are struggling to manage the heavy demands that video streaming puts on their networks and it will pave the way for the future of 4K UHDTV content.
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Comcast and Samsung Partner To Bring 4K To TV

Comcast and Samsung Partner To Bring 4K To TV | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
With 4K and Ultra HD TVs all the rage at CES 2014 the only thing missing was content for them.Now Comcast and Samsung have teamed up in order to fill the gap with Samsung streamlining the process of getting 4K content for consumers via an Xfinity 4K app for their televisions.Comcast is attempting to get support from the networks and stations supported by Xfinity, including NBCUniversal.
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Install YouTube-DL - A Command Line Video Download Tool for Linux

Install YouTube-DL - A Command Line Video Download Tool for Linux | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
“ youtube-dl is a python based small command-line tool that allows to download videos from YouTube.com and few more similar sites.”
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Panasonic VariCam 35 Camera at 100fps in 4K 4096x2160 25p

Panasonic VariCam 35 Camera at 100fps in 4K 4096x2160 25p | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Slomo real world tests of the Panasonic VariCam 35 by Sittipong Kongtong on the Youtube channel 2011peopleasia. The new firmware version 2.03 of Panasonic Varicam35 make the camera to shoot 4K 4096...

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How To Be A DIT Part 9 - Digital Dailies | Jonny Elwyn - Film Editor

How To Be A DIT Part 9 - Digital Dailies | Jonny Elwyn - Film Editor | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
In the 9th instalment of this series of resources for DITs, Directors of Photography and editors, is a round up of tools and tutorials for creating digital dailies.

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Video Tutorial: Soft Clipping in DaVinci Resolve

Video Tutorial: Soft Clipping in DaVinci Resolve | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Limit the extreme registers of highlight or shadow detail using the Soft Clipping feature in DaVinci Resolve.
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Blackmagic Design Announces DaVinci Resolve 11 Public Beta is Available Now

Major update dramatically improves online editing features, adds new photographer friendly color correction tools, on set media management and much more!
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Sony SGamut vs. SGamut3: Battle of the Color Spaces

Sony SGamut vs. SGamut3: Battle of the Color Spaces | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Last year at NAB I had the chance to show some Sony engineers how an Arri Alexa saturates color versus how an F55 does it. (You can see that footage in this article, and I talk a bit more about the theory of what’s going on in this article.) The biggest difference I saw, beyond basic colorimetry, is that Alexa limits color saturation in highlights: when the luma portion of the video signal passes 40% or so (middle gray) the color saturation freezes in place: color only gets brighter, not more saturated. This is a big part of why film looks like film, and colorists have known for years that one of the tricks to making video “filmic” is to desaturate highlights. “Can you create a LUT or look profile that does this?” I asked. The answer, apparently, was yes, because they did. It’s both an in-camera look profile (released with v3 of the F55 firmware) and a cube LUT for Resolve, among other applications.
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Build custom LUTS and looks in Photoshop and use them in FCPX, Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects - fcp.co

Build custom LUTS and looks in Photoshop and use them in FCPX, Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects - fcp.co | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Unlimited Filters from Picture Instruments allows a user to build looks in Photoshop and then take the LUT grades and apply them in FCPX, Adobe's Premiere Pro and After Effects.
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News: DaVinci Resolve 10 Used for Advanced Color on Hollywood Blockbuster “Need for Speed”

News: DaVinci Resolve 10 Used for Advanced Color on Hollywood Blockbuster “Need for Speed” | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
(Fremont, California--March 24, 2014) Blackmagic Design today announced that DaVinci Resolve 10 was used by freelance colorist Mark Todd Osborne for advanced color on the Hollywood film “Need for Speed.” Osborne worked at LA based production and...
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Thunderbolt and storage roundup from IBC 2013 - fcp.co

Thunderbolt and storage roundup from IBC 2013 - fcp.co | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
So what was the big news about storage at IBC 2013? Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2. We did the tour of the storage and peripheral booths.
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A Q and A with Avid about Sphere, ISIS and Interplay. By Scott Simmons @ProVideo

A Q and A with Avid about Sphere, ISIS and Interplay. By Scott Simmons @ProVideo | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Posted by Scott Simmons on January 8, 2014 • "I admit to not being able to keep these products straight so I thought I'd ask Avid to explain them to meAdobe made a big splash over the last year + with Adobe Anywhere, their “real-time collaboration” platform meant to connect editors without physical limitations. If you have the right hardware then Adobe Premiere Pro CC is ready for Adobe Anywhere. Avid also has their own version of this real-time collaboration idea … in fact Avid had this option available before Adobe had Anywhere. It’s called Interplay Sphere and I don’t know much about it. Since The Editblog did a Q and A with Adobe about Anywhere it’s only fair we do the same with Avid."...ProVideoCoalition.com
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NHK Broadcasts 8K Video Over the Air

NHK Broadcasts 8K Video Over the Air | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Japan’s NHK says it has successfully transmitted 8K “Super Hi-Vision” television signals via a single standard UHF terrestrial broadcast channel over a distance of 27 km. The field test, conducted on Jan. 20 was performed as a follow-up to a May 2012 demonstration in which the UHD signal was sent slightly more than four km.Additional Content:8K Passes Major Milestone in Japanhttp://www.redsharknews.com/m-production/item/1438-8k-passes-major-milestone-in-japan
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ARRI AMIRA: Specs, Price, And Processors, by Joe Marine (2 Videos)

ARRI AMIRA: Specs, Price, And Processors, by Joe Marine (2 Videos) | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
Posted by Joe Marine on January 29, 2014 • Prices Revealed for AMIRA, ARRI's Cheaper ENG-Style ALEXA-Sensor 2K/HD/200FPS Camera "At the IBC show in Amsterdam back in September, ARRI made a huge splash unveiling the AMIRA, which has the same 16:9 sensor as some of the higher-end ALEXA cinema cameras. While the AMIRA is an ENG-style camera marketed towards documentary filmmakers by the company, the possibilities for its use certainly don’t stop there. The promise of ALEXA image quality in a cheaper rental package is certainly enticing, but what if you want to own one of your own? Click through for some pricing information that has finally been revealed.As a refresher, here are the specs, followed by the product demo from ARRI:"...nofilmschool.com
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Kingston Unveils SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Cards for 4K Video Capture

Kingston Unveils SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Cards for 4K Video Capture | Davinci Resolve | Scoop.it
To go along with the new Panasonic GH4 4K camera, Kingston is first out of the gate with its official announcement of a new SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 card in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. The new Speed Class 3 card guarantees minimun write speeds of 30MB/s.
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