Mixing Light Contributors Joey D’Anna and Cullen Kelly join host Patrick Inhofer in leading a Mixing Light Office hours discussion. Today’s discussion included:
Real-time streaming for Dolby Vision?
Rendering and delivering with multi-resolution clips in a single timeline
Why we never (nor anyone should) talk about Rec-709a 🙂
The counter-intuitive decision to use a consumer OLED as a reference display
Table of Contents
00:00 – Introduction
00:20 – Cloud projects – Backing up databases and moving projects between cloud and local databases
03:16 – Are project load times affected by the number of collaborators on a project?
04:32 – Enabling Multi-User Collaboration
05:02 – Bin locking and identifying the owner of a bin
05:40 – Quick demo of Collaboration Chat and discussion of the ‘@’ functionality for shared markers and notes
08:51 – Who owns the timeline?
09:00 – Setting Path Mapping to each user’s local drive location (in Project Settings) if you’re not using shared drives like LucidLink.
12:39 – Resolve’s ‘refreshing system’ of project updates that keeps other collaborators from interrupting your workflow
13:23 – DEMO: Multiple users creating multiple timelines simultaneously (not edited down for time, so you can see responsiveness)
15:54 – How to lock a bin to keep collaborators from rearranging shared assets with pre-set contents or folder structure
18:43 – How bin, timeline, and shot locking change depending on the page you’re working in
20:44 – The collaborative workflow on the Color page
22:05 – Patrick gets a ‘Critical Exception’ warning dialog. What’s the best practice for continuing onward?
23:05 – How to organize multiple colorists working on the same timeline in a way that makes sense
25:40 – Using flags on the Color page
27:01 – How do the Gallery and saving stills work with multi-user collaboration?
28:22 – The team tries to troubleshoot how ownership of the Gallery is working
30:27 – Do Annotations flow through to collaborators?
31:32 – We discover that Chat History is to retained across restarts – so you can’t rely on Chat as a way of leaving notes to one another
31:54 – Collaboration on the Fairlight page
35:27 – Zeb shares his general thoughts on Resolve’s Collaboration features (which have been available for several years)
36:21 – The team has a concluding discussion about how they’ve started using Resolve’s new Cloud databases and the opportunities and workflows its enabled
39:34 – Zeb reminds us that you can share remote ‘cloud databases’ from private servers securely behind a VPN. If you have the technical know-how, you can rely on your servers rather than Blackmagic’s Cloud servers.
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