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  • Mark Smith

    February 7, 2023 at 12:11 pm in reply to: Resolve 18 to X workflow?

    I Have used BBEdit to edit Panasonic metadata in the past to resurrect some problematic clips. I’ll take a swing at the method you offer in your conjecture and see what happens. Its a bit more in the weeds than I really want to be , but if it saves a little time by helping port those time lines over to FCP it might be worth the effort.

  • Mark Smith

    February 6, 2023 at 9:35 pm in reply to: Resolve 18 to X workflow?

    Here’s what I get when I try to import xml from resolve. I don’t care if I get the resolve organization, I just wan the time lines to come into FCP.

  • Mark Smith

    December 1, 2022 at 2:46 am in reply to: Almost sync sound With Tentacle track E recorder

    In resolve- fairlight – I count 7 subframes offset with the TrackE ahead of the camera audio . Timecode is the same .

  • Mark Smith

    November 30, 2022 at 10:33 pm in reply to: Almost sync sound With Tentacle track E recorder

    Recording on a BMPC6K pro and Track E . 6K Pro is 48K sample, Track E is 48 K sample though 32 bit float vs 24 bit for 6K so the sample mismatch is not sampling rate just bits. I haven’t tried Track E at 24 bit, which could be an open avenue.

  • Resolve 18.1.1 – I think Voice iso now works on 32 bit float Track E files. Just noticed this today.

  • Mark Smith

    November 23, 2022 at 10:54 pm in reply to: Third Party direct BRAW supporting coming to FCP

    GO !GO ! GO ! I don’t code, but I could send some coffee if that helps. I’m creeping into resolve because of a project with tons of Braw . Both the director and I would rather be in X. Nothing against resolve other than any app with a 4000 page pdf for a manual needs to slow its roll a fair amount. Resolve is a fine editor, I prefer X, many times over. Resolve has too damn many mouse clicks.

  • Resolve supports 32 bit float, but voice iso apparently does not.

  • I like the Track E’s . I use them with either Sanken COS -11 or countryman B6 mics in 32 bit float recording and they have been great. There is a leap of faith one takes with these because you can’t monitor them as you would a radio mic, but after a year + of field use in some pretty tough situations, I have no complaints. Obviously the limitation of not being able to monitor the subject from a distance is a limiting factor. That said I trust them completely and with some good mic mounting technique – props to bubble bee mic mounts – I have had no situations where I had sound problems using these recorders other than when a subject is gesturing and taps the point where the mic is placed. A radio mic would have suffered the same consequences in that case.

  • One possible difference between FCPX voice iso and Resolve Voice iso is that Resolve does not work on 32 bit float files and X does…. I’ve been using Track E recorders for a year or more now and have had to voice iso in a number of situations and X handles those tracks and Resolve did not voice iso a 32 bit track when I tried it yesterday.

  • Mark Smith

    November 8, 2022 at 2:21 am in reply to: Third Party direct BRAW supporting coming to FCP

    I’ve been working in resolve as a work around with a project that has a lot of Braw content. I would be much happier working in X with support for Braw as described above. Resolve is great for Grading, ok as an edit platform ( there are pluses and minuses) . Maybe I am not a real editor, whatever, I think X suits me far better for editing. Resolve Cut page which is supposed to sorta kinda be like X doesn’t even allow. J-L cuts?

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