I've sent a roll of 7203 16mm off to be processed, then it's being scanned at 2.5k in Melbourne, and is also going to colour graded there. I'm getting it back, probably in ProRes4444, on a usb stick.
All I really want to do is put in some simple fade ins and fade outs, move sequence of shots around, shorten some takes, delete some takes, and cut out some fogged frames etc. Then maybe try putting a soundtrack on, and at one point jiggling things a bit to try and approximately sync-up a close up of a guitarist's fingers plucking the strings with his recording (we used a metronome on location, and a pre-determined tempo).
Can all these things be done on the free version of Davinci Resolve? It's to be used on a PC (not a Mac). This might sound ludicrously simple but I've never done digital editing before - I've done lots of real film editing though with splicer, tape etc.
Any advice would be really helpful. If you know of something better or just as good, or not very expensive, please chime in and let me know.
Edited by Jon O'Brien, 08 November 2017 - 06:30 PM.