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    A Guide for Digital Cinema Post Production

    I've recently been experimenting with the ACES workflow and really digging how it works. The problem is that I couldn't find all the information in one place, so I made a video showing how I've used ACES on a short film to match my cameras, cut in Avid, conform in Resolve, and do VFX in Nuke, all with letting ACES take care of the color management.

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    Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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    Nice. Can’t wait to check it out. Thanks!
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      This time I look at conforming audio from AVID Media Composer. It's no secret that Media Composer dominates the feature film world, and every Tuesday, I see Hollywood editors post their timelines with 50 plus audio tracks to do sound effects and music. Since I've been on AVID, I hadn't figured out a way to conform that properly when I bring it to Resolve, but then I stumbled upon a way that works.

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      Independent Filmmaker
      BMD URSA Mini 4K/Avid Media Composer/NukeX/Blender/Mixcraft/ProTools/Resolve Studio

      Feature Films
      Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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