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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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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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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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Variant 2 is gonna use 2 SSD Simultaneously, Which means IF one SSD can read Data upto 500MB/s then Both of them is gonna use Double that! Feels Awesome, right? But, That is not the fact.... Disk C is Only Gonna Send Huge Amount of Data to RAM when A Software Located inside Disk C is Starting.... When Finished loading It's Gonna be Back to It's idle mode.... ...


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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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