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  • NAB 2017 DaVinci Resolve 14

    skipping ahead to version 14?... like how some buildings don't have a 13th floor?

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  • #2
    ha, that's funny. On a side note, I always loved the banners going up posts/threads/updates.

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    • #3
      Or the 13th floor is reserved for all the operational gear that runs the building, but all offices and residents are on the other floors. Funny alright, but we knew the possibility existed that we'd jump a number. I bet Apple never release MacOS 10.13 either. We are at 10.12.x now with 10.13 due later this year, if ever. I may be wrong but when Apple went to OS X from System 9, it may have been coincident with the implementation of HFS+ file management. Apple now has gone to APFS file management for the iOS iDevices, but not the MacOS. Perhaps Apple will avoid 13, by moving to macOS 11.0?

      Really looking forward to Resolve 14. So many improvements could be in the cards. Who knows, it could be one of their biggest announcements at NAB 2017.

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      • #4
        Can't say nothing because of NDA, but it's pretty awesome
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        • #5
          Only question i have is "can I cut with it?" And not "kinda, sorta, yeah" but can I count on it to move as fast as I do, and not have shortcomings that get in the way at critical moments.
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          • #6
            I edit everything in Resolve since version 12 - love it, never looked back.
            But I have a pretty up to specs workstation, so everything is pretty smooth an swift.
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            • #7
              I might have to move over to a PC workstation. When i've tried to cut in Resolve it wasn't responsive enough on my Mac. Not as responsive as Avid, anyway. Also need to know if when I load it with 50 to 100 hours of footage, it's not going to get bogged down. Fingers firmly crossed for v14. I would love to swap out all the Premiere workstations at the place I'm working for Davinci. We cut BTS, EPK, Sizzles, original content and more for the studios so it;s got to be rock solid and play nice with a shared server. I wonder if they've added an easy way to share cuts or allow multiple editors to work in the same project -- that would be important too.
              Last edited by Zak Forsman; 04-19-2017, 01:59 PM.
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              • #8
                I do 50+ minutes documentaries with tons of Arri, Red, BM raw material on a dedicated RAID, works like a charm for me.
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                • #9
                  I hope they have increase the performance and made it less demanding on the hardware specs. Looking forward to welcoming DR 14 in my workflow.

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                  • #10
                    Man the new Resolve NLE will have to be pretty freaking amazing and optimized to pull me away from editing in FCPX. Seriously the new FCP is freaking smooth as butter on a Mac, and with it's latest round of features I'm not sure why Mac owners cut in Premier anymore.

                    As for grading I will be still using Resolve like always!!!
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                    • #11
                      Someone's superstitious....
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                      • #12
                        Resolve: It now goes to 14.

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                        • #13
                          I too have been nearly 100% working in Resolve since 12.

                          Sure..it took a little getting used to coming from Premiere....but not THAT much getting used to.

                          The only thing that slowed down my transition was the cost of re-purchasing VFX in the OFX format...that was a drag.
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                          • #14
                            Resolve is freaking amazing. I still can't believe its free up to this day. Blackmagic is Definitely something else I hope they never change.
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                            • #15
                              Frank & Zak (everyone else too),

                              I'd love to know your respective editing machine specs. I've got a x99 based 6 core Hackintosh with a GTX 970. I'm thinking of upgrading my card. Not sure if I should stay with Nvidia and go 1080 Ti or switch and do dual Radeon 480s/580s.

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