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Have the same Issue on a Linux Ubuntu 18.04 with Nvidea GTX 750 ti. Someone solved this issue, yet?


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First, the version of Resolve matters. Older versions don't automatically make the edges of a stacked video transparent. If I remember correctly, version 16 would, as long as you made some position or scale adjustment to the topmost clip. I'd recommend updating to at least R17 for best result. Beyond that, make sure that the image you want on top is ...


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The simplest way to make it available across all projects in your current database is to add it to a power bin. To do this, make sure power bins are visible in the media pool by enabling "Show Power Bins" in the View menu, then drag your picture from the timeline to the power bin. Then, to use it, you can access it like you would any normal clip. ...


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No. If you’re running out of undos, you can increase the max number of undos, or you can version more frequently. Versioning in most apps is simply, “Save As,” but Resolve works differently. An easy way to version at the project level In Resolve is to turn on auto-save. At any point, if you want to revert to an old version, you can restore a project ...


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Add a freeze frame, under the retime controls of the clip. It’s command/control-R with the clip selected to see the retime menu.


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You drag the transitions from the Toolbox in the Effects Library (Click the Effects Library at the top left of the Resolve interface if you don't see the Toolbox) over the two video clips. One thing to keep in mind is that if you try and put a transition over two full clips (un-trimmed) Resolve won't allow it to be dropped. You can overcome this by trimming ...


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