NOTE - IF YOU HAVE LtRt or Stereo Mix Audio Tracks
YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOUR AUDIO IS IMPORTED INTO AVID CORRECTLY FOR A STEREO MIX OUTPUT
see this link for workflow:
Or please check Pans on tracks and make sure they are panned Left and Right for a stereo output
Note #2 - If you have imported the files from Resolve you need to remove the previous image transformations that AVID may have applied prior to your color grade in Resolve.
If you sequence comes into AVID from resolve with these
Icons on the timeline you should remove them.
To do this duplicate your timeline. Right click the timeline and choose duplicate.
On the copy of the timeline > select it>go to Clip>and choose Refresh Sequence> All
This will remove all the other transformations that you did prior to your color correction in Resolve.
|All the Icons will go away leaving the untouched files that were exported from resolve. The time line will look like this.|
|Next Turn on the Full Green or 10 bit setting on the timeline|
|Mark an Inpoint and and Outpoint in the timeline. Example of how timeline should look before exporting|
Next go to >File>Output>Export to File
Click on Options
a. Choose Export As QuickTime Movie, Use Marks, Use Enabled Tracks
e. Display Aspect Ratio leave on Native Dimensions
Color Levels Setting - PLEASE READ VERY Important
Keep as legal range setting selected
Click on Format Options
Click on Video Settings
Select the Apple ProRes Codec Compression
Frame Rate Current
Click on Sound Settings
Choose Linear PCM
This is how the QuickTime Movie Settings should look
Uncheck Prepare for Internet Streaming
This is how the AVID export window should be set
Display Aspect Ratio leave on Native Dimensions
>Keep at Legal Range
Click on Save and will be prompted to select a place to save the quicktime.