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To Bring into Resolve – Launch Resolve Application



Click On New Project

Title the project – click Create

Double click the project to load it

Set your Video I/O 
Go to DaVinci Resolve>Preferences

This step is for computer setup and output to a Calibrated MONITOR if you don't have a monitor connected you should move to a station in CMB 4.120 or the Grad Hall CMB 4.112

Choose the Video I/O and GPU Choose Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt


Choose the Video I/O and GPU Choose Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt

Or Choose Intensity Extreme depending what suite or lab you are using

Change the Control Panels to the Tangent Devices Wave or AVID Artist Color if one is connected

Click Save to apply changes

Unfortunately you have to restart Davinci to load the preferences.

Quit the program and choose to save then reopen using the steps above.

Set up Project Settings. Click on the Project Settings Icon in the lower right corner of the screen

Go to "Autosave" and turn it on saving every 10 min

Click on Capture and Playback and choose>

Video Capture and Playback HD 1080PsF 23.976

Click on Save

Click on Master Project Settings > Change the Timeline Resolution>playback frame rate to 23.976

Change Playback frame rate to 23.976


Video Monitoring choose HD 1080PsF 23.976



Choose Save to apply these preferences

Master Project Settings generally will want your timeline resolution at 1920 x 1080 but if you have 2K footage and want to scale up then choose 2048 x 1080 or 2048 x 1024

4K Red files are 4480 x 1920 but check the raw .r3d file

Choose either the DaVinci YRGB or the DaVinci ACES color science. For Red Footage you may see more detail in ACES.

Click "Save" to apply the settings

Close the Preferences window

Click on the "Edit" tab at the bottom of the screen on the "navigation" bar

>File>Import Timeline>Import AAF, EDL, XML

Select the .aaf to import

Keep the default settings if you would like to guide Resolve to the files to bring into the media pool.


See later in this document for adding media prior to importing into Resolve.

Select Yes

Search for the folder containing the .mxf

Navigate to the folder and click OK

Second option is to add the media to the resolve project first


Load your media into the media pool>
Navigate to the folder containing the media and select Add Folder to Media Pool

>File>Import AAF, EDL, XML

Select the .aaf to import

If you already added your files to the Media Pool then choose to deselect
Automatically set project settings and
Automatically import source clips into media pool

Hopefully you will link all the media with out a problem if you have difficulty talk to a proctor and have them

Call help desk or come to CMA 3.104

These were the errors we got in our test but it's usually a title or something not needed > See this Title It's offline and that is okay.

The Next Steps will Explain how to import the Reference QuickTime into the Resolve Project 




Resolve – Click on Media Tab >

>Go the the Media Storage


>navigate to the folder containing the quicktime and select it

Right Click the QuickTime >Add as Offline Reference Clip

Go to the Edit tab and 

Go to your Media Pool



Locate the Timeline in your Media Pool


It will have a "timeline" icon in the lower left corner as shown here

Right click on the timeline and 


>Choose Timelines

>Link Offline Reference Clip

 
>Choose the QuickTime that you exported

Go back to the timeline


On the source side select the


>Offline choice in the Dropdown

Go to the source window in conform view and choose to display the "Offline" by selecting the checkerboard icon. 


This should show the reference "ganged" up with the timeline.


If you click the Up and Down arrows you will navigate the timeline and the reference clip will follow exact picture match.