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Yes, it’s ok*, as long as you’re downloading the free version (not the one that says “Studio”) of Resolve and not trying to circumvent their copyright protection. When you download the software, they ask that you provide some information about yourself so that they can understand their market demographics. If you don’t work for a company, just put that, “...


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Resolve does support multi-track subtitles. To add a second subtitle track, right-click in the track header and select "add subtitle track." This is used for language localization, so that you can deliver different caption versions for the same program. Resolve is advanced in this respect, with support for updates via supplemental IMF and DCP, ...


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For my use case, it was enough to do: ffmpeg -i file-with-vp9-video-and-opus-audio.webm -f mp4 -vcodec copy -acodec aac_at test.mov This is cheating, really. The output isn't actually a MOV file, but rather an mp4, which uses a similar but not identical structure. Even so, it successfully coerced the program I'm using into opening the file. Notably, ...


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