3

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, “...


1

First of all, as we've found out in the comments, you actually use Premiere Rush and not Premiere Pro. There is a difference, Premiere Pro is much more complex but it also enables you to take control of many more aspects of the video making process. The problem is most likely due to compression with a target bitrate that's too low. Rush is optimized for ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible