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At the Big Picture level, commercial NLE companies' raison d'etre is to make money. As such, they are obliged to protect their own intellectual property, and distinguish themselves from their competitors. While a certain level of interoperability is required to appease their customers, they will never co-operate well enough with each other to provide each ...


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There are many ways fade in/out the opacity of a clip in Fusion, and which method you choose depends on your needs. If, your composition only contains one MediaIn node, and you want the actual compositing to occur outside the Fusion page (to keep your edit flexible, for instance), then a simple method is to use a brightness/contrast node, and animate the ...


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A couple of ways you can do this. My faforite is groups. In the color page, do this: Shift click all of the clips you want to color correct at the same time. You can limit the clips shown on the color page to a single track by disabling the video tracks on either the color page or the edit page. Right-click on any of the now selected clips to bring up a ...


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That particular menu is only available on the cut page, AFAIK. The BMD website is referring to the fact that as of R16, projects can contain multiple timelines with different resolutions. In previous versions of Resolve, timeline resolution was set at the project level; you could have multiple timelines in a project, but they all had to be the same ...


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Resolve already has a few built in. The "Beauty" plugin is what looking for, if you're trying to do what Photoshoppers sometimes call the "frequency separation" method of skin refinement. It controls blur/sharpness based on different detail thresholds. In Resolve, you'll want to select "Advanced" from the dropdown menu to get access to the Hi/Low rolloff ...


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Try transcoding and relinking the media: File → Media Management.


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