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#21 jonny shaw

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Posted 21 April 2013 - 05:11 PM

I do like Resolve, but it is super hungry on my machine it really struggles. By far the most control, the trackers that it has are amazing but be prepared to loose a lot of time messing around and learning. I was over at a post studio last week and watching a pro colour guy working on the footage with the Resolve control deck was pretty amazing, there is so much to learn hence why people get paid good money to just be a grader.

 

Colorista is pretty straightforward and with MB Looks you can create some cool stuff albeit a little cheesy. You can download them as a trial to play with.

 

Never used speedgrade or the others


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Posted 22 April 2013 - 02:42 PM

Great little showreel from a guy who is pretty good on Resolve...not underwater but you get the idea

 


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Posted 26 April 2013 - 10:00 AM

Jon, you can just buy a 2nd GPU that's got Nvidia CUDA and 1GB and that will accelerate Resolve.  It's awesome like that!


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Posted 02 May 2013 - 12:56 PM

The Resolve is a virus, stuffed my computer up on install and its pretty hard to uninstall it too.
Might have something to do with all that virus Apple quicktime and support rubbish it installs.
Its nasty....

To uninstall anything get either App Zapper or App Delete.  Both are very inexpensive and find all those hidden  caches and folders associated with the app you are trying to delete.  I have been using both for years without a hitch.

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