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    who is using Resolve as their edit tool NOT simply as a grading tool?
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    I have a small project coming up in early 2019 and I'm thinking of using Resolve 15/free as the edit software.

    I wonder who else is using Resolve as their cut/transition/audio cutting software?

    Please raise your hand and shout out if you cut with Resolve.

    If so, any tips or experiences or what you wish you knew about Resolve the edit tool before you made the leap?

    Thanks in advance to those who play along.

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    Did several projects this year on it.

    Worked well.

    This is a good tutorial on getting started:

    https://youtu.be/wk1iLsYytDE
    Matt Gottshalk - Director/ Dp/ and Emmy Award Winning Editor
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    All the time.

    What Ive never heard is someone saying why DR is supposedly no goood?

    To me from FCP7 it seems ideal - not to mention the awesome colour!


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    Moved 100% to Resolve some time ago for editing from Premiere, never looked back.


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    sam/matt-

    thanks for the encouragement and the link.

    i'm intrigued.

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    This brand new tutorial from Black Magic is good, covers a bit of everything needed for editing fundamentals in Resolve...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEuFP7U7tB8

    A similar video, on grading... I haven't watched it yet...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jo0YcNRlrNA&t=3420s

    Unless a client requires Premiere for compatibility, I'm now Resolve first for editing.
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    Same, unless they specify Premiere, I do everything on Davinci Resolve. I still export audio to Pro Tools but I’m keeping my eye on Fairlight.


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    I use Avid for anything serious/narrative but Resolve for everything else! One tip - Fusion isn't well integrated yet, so don't rely on it for now. I've tried doing some high end shots with twenty or so nodes and Nuke performs way better in this regard.


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    I already fully switched to resolve from premiere, the only things I want is better H264 encoding. (No matter how high the bitrate I put, resolve always encoded with the same bitrate.

    Other than that, there is nothing I missed from premiere tho.

    I remaped all the keyboard shortcuts to match premiere style tho. Thats the annoying things to do haha


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    I’ve been on-board with Resolve since v14
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