In this Office Hours, a team of Mixing Light Contributors tackles member questions about estimating time for HDR trim passes - and much more!
If you’re a small shop or solo, using correct hard drive metrics ensures you’re buying the performance you need (and buying smartly).
Mixing Light Contributors talk with Hedge.video's Isaac Terronez about affordable remote collaboration using Postlab and Postlab Drive.
Learn how to install and configure Postrgres database servers in a Linux virtual machine across an internal network for DaVinci Resolve.
Team Mixing Light discusses member questions including: TrueNAS storage, archival footage artifacts, budget HDR monitoring, and security.
Colorist Joey D'Anna shows how to set up and use the open-source software 'Syncthing' to share media across three remote locations.
Today's Agenda: What do digital video post production professionals need to consider when buying a storage solution for their digital media?
With the holidays nearly upon us, in this installment of Color Correction Gear head discover several 'stocking stuffer' pieces of gear to add to your list!
Learn to use VLANs, link aggregation and more to manage high performance networks for post production, using Ubiquiti products.
Get a hands-on look at OWC's direct-attached Thunderbolt-3 RAID chassis. Plus, (3) configuration ideas for post production professionals.
My list of key software utilities for post production professionals may help you a solve annoying (or critical) problems. For Mac & Windows.
How much does it cost to get into LTO-7 and LTO-8 backup? What's the benefit of using specialty software PreRollPost to handle your archives?
Colorist & DIT Ryan Nguyen continues his series on Pomfort's Silverstack with a deep dive on the Offload Wizard. Including saving and managing offload templates, using wildcards to create custom offload directories and evaluating download progress in the Jobs Sheet page.
One of our members asks about backing up Resolve databases and computers. This is an essential skill for colorists, listen to how we do it.
Get a tour of essential software a DIT uses on-set to execute the important tasks of handling (and handing-off) metadata, playback of clips and transcoding.
If you're using Dropbox and DaVinci Resolve as a server for your disk databases, that's not a good idea! Learn why...
In this updated Insight learn what gear you'll need and how to properly setup a shared database in DaVInci Resolve.
In this installment of From The Mailbag we explore the idea of a rolling conform in Davinci Resolve and using Dropbox to share databases
Tired of manually backing up your Resolve? Using some handy scripts Dan shows you how to fully automate the process
How to use Dropbox for multiple backups of your DaVinci Resolve projects.