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You can lasso them on the timeline, right-click and choose "remove attributes..." Then, make sure "plugins" is checked, and click "apply." After that, I will need to apply some effects to multiple tracks at once, but I believe this can be done by selecting all tracks and dragging and dropping the effect on them. Yes, you can ...


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For it to sound good, you would certainly have to raise and lower the volume by hand using keyframes. If you want a quick and dirty solution, you can use a limiter or compressor. A limiter sets a ceiling of volume that cannot be surpassed. This way, you can turn up the volume significantly, which would make your voice touch this ceiling while others would be ...


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The Resolve scripting API comes with DaVinci Resolve Studio. The most platform-agnostic way of finding it is through the Resolve "help" menu, under Help->Documentation->Developer. This will open a folder in your system browser which contains scripting examples for LUA, PYTHON, OFX, and more. The README.txt file in the scripting folder ...


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Use a Text+ for the title. In the Inspector, go to the Shading Tab, and in the Shading Elements section, change the "Select Element" dropdown to "4" and check "Enabled." Change the color of the background from the default blue to black, and if you don't want the black boxes to split between characters, then change Properties-&...


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Your use of pitch and yaw is correct, but it looks like you have just overcompensated a little. Your vanishing point for the lines is too near - that bottom line shows this by angling up too much. If you correct them by assuming the vanishing point from the top and bottom of whiteboard, you will get a more natural look, and then your text will look more ...


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You can't expand any panel to full screen in Resolve 16 like you can in Premiere Pro. You can expand the viewer to full screen with cmd/ctrl-F, and on the color page you can also get different viewer expansions with alt/opt-F and shift-F. Beyond that, if a panel can be hidden, it's listed under the Workspace menu->Panels in Workspace, or by simply ...


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With these values, I get the results shown below. Note that your color management settings in Resolve will affect your result, and so will the input color space of your source. To avoid misinterpreting the color space of an unknown source, I'd recommend using the EBU color bar generator, wrapped in a Compound Clip as a test source. Wrapping the Generator ...


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You can change the preview scale using the numbers below the transport controls. When fusion clips come in from Resolve, Resolve determines the in and out points, based on where the clip sits in your timeline. So changing the numbers to match a tutorial you’re following is probably not a good idea unless you’re using identical media, and have identical ...


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The comb-like pattern on the text makes me suspect an interlacing issue. There's a mismatch somewhere in the image pipeline regarding whether Resolve/Fusion is expecting interlaced or progressive footage, and whether or not it's actually getting interlaced or progressive footage. It's hard to diagnose without knowing your settings, but look for options ...


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Use proxy videos to transcode the mts files into something usable. Here's a short tutorial to get you started:


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The solution turned out that if a key is already mapped to something else then it won't work. Davinci usually points out errors if something is already mapped however as seen from the attached image, no warnings are triggered so I assumed it should work.


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Are either DNxHD or DNxHR capable of outputing to 4:2:0? No. Running ffmpeg -h encoder=dnxhd will list encoder properties, including Supported pixel formats: yuv422p yuv422p10le yuv444p10le gbrp10le Can DNxHD transcode my source? If yes, how should I ammend the above ffmpeg parameters? The DNxHD encoder only supports a limited number of preset profiles. ...


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It depends on how you created the Fusion compositions in the first place. If your Fusion clip exists on your edit timeline, then when you're in the Fusion tab, you'll see it listed if you activate the "Clips" panel (at the top of the screen, or under Workspace->Show Panel in Workspace->Clips) If your Fusion clip doesn't exist on your edit ...


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Synchronizing the clips and creating a picture in picture effect are really two separate issues, and you could take many approaches to each. But basically, you drop one clip on one video track, and the other on a different video track. You synchronize one to the other by dragging either clip left or right on the timeline until they match temporally. There ...


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I figured it out. The commands you're looking for are: End to Playhead - in Application/Trim/Ripple Start to Playhead - in Application/Trim/Ripple Put them on some shortcut that is actually working on the german keyboard.


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As I was typing the question I think I figured it out. Import all the clips into the Media Pool, sort by "date created" or "date modified" so the oldest is at the top. Select all the clips, drag into the timeline It appears they are all in the correct order


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Your question doesn't mention whether you're using text+ from the Edit page, or from the Fusion page, but the answer is the same nevertheless. You can't create one text element which contains two different styles from the Edit page. To get individual control of different letters and words in a text+ object, you need to switch over to Fusion. If you ...


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Based on strace is seems that fuscript binary searches for libpython2.7.so and libpython3.6.so $ /opt/resolve/libs/Fusion/fuscript -l py3 DaVinci Resolve Script Interpreter Copyright (C) 2005 - 2020 Blackmagic Design Pty. Ltd. ERROR: Language 'py3' is not available. E.g. on Debian based systems this could be installed, if you're lucky and the exact ...


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This an older document (v15), but I believe that most of the Free v/s Paid feature list is still valid: https://documents.blackmagicdesign.com/SupportNotes/DaVinci_Resolve_15_Feature_Comparison.pdf


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In Resolve, "Power Bins" are what you use to make elements available across projects. Unfortunately, as of version 16.3, Resolve won't store Compound Clips, Multicam Clips or Fusion Clips inside a Power Bin. However, in your case, a workaround is fairly straightforward. Whether your image is static or animated; an exported still image, file ...


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You can save a copy of the DaVinci Resolve crash logs to your desktop by going to the Help menu and selecting "Create Diagnostic Logs on Desktop". The DaVinci Support and Troubleshooting FAQ has a section on the subject with a few procedures to follow in case the app doesn't start. Search the page for "Logs". I am running Resolve on a ...


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There is a way to do that. It's in the Media Management tool, under the file menu. It has plenty of options. You can go clip-by-clip, do a whole timeline at once, or archive a whole project once you've finished editing it, and keep only the footage you used. You can also add "handles" if you want, which means that Resolve will save an extra ...


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Your clip is only one frame long, according to the number "00:00:00:01" Perhaps you accidentally imported a single image from an image sequence. To switch back and forth between how DaVinci treats image sequences, check or un-check the "Show Individual Frames" item in the option (three dots) menu of the media storage panel on the media ...


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Resolve supports scripting with Python, though you’ll need to write your own script. Fusion, included with Resolve, supports scripting with both Python and Lua. There aren’t really templates, per se, but you could probably hack something together by saving a fusion composition as your template and driving the file selection with scripts. I don’t think the ...


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In Resolve 17.1, Build 24, you can fix this issue by creating an alpha output in color view » nodes. Here is a reddit post I made about it with a screenshot on how to fix it, plus a link to the BMD forum post discussing the issue.


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