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#1 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 10 December 2007 - 05:38 PM

So, I tried the search function and i pulled up the brochure etc for the new Davinci Resolve system. I want to get a feel for it; what is it capable of in comparison to say, comeing directly off of a Spirit 2K with a Davinci on it.
I ask because i'll have some DVCPROHD100 Footage that we'll we wanting to grade soon for a music video. The director wants to know if the thing will export in real time, so in part i'm asking that, but moreover I want to hear and experiences or advice you have on the system.
Anything that you think might be helpful would be great to hear.

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~Adrian
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#2 Robert Houllahan

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Posted 11 December 2007 - 09:29 PM

So, I tried the search function and i pulled up the brochure etc for the new Davinci Resolve system. I want to get a feel for it; what is it capable of in comparison to say, comeing directly off of a Spirit 2K with a Davinci on it.
Best,
~Adrian



I believe the Resolve is a modified 2K+ that is Non-Linear grading capable, i.e. it has disk storage and can play multiple streams at once and conform scan files for DI.

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