Thanks for the clarification.
I guess confusion was due to the fact, that both buttons apply changes to all selected shots. I think, may be instead of "Apply all" I'd rather see "Copy or Apply these settings to all" or something like that? Now both names kinda make sence, but for some reason I feel, that there still may be a better description somewhere due to the fact, that originally I completely missed the meaning of two buttons...
i've read through the thread but still unsure about resolve's resizing :(
I have a project shot it 4k, 3k and a few 2k shots that i edited in PP on a 1920 x 816 red sequence
when i export the the xml and import into resolve 9 all the reframing , the height does adjusts to fill the frame.
I've tried the use sizing information tick box on import of the xml and without with no success.
if i resize in resolve am i using the r3d resolution or is it down scaling to the 1080p time line first?
Its not the end of the world if i have to reframe the shots but i want to know if i'm losing anything
any help would be much appreciated
As I stated before ( if this has not been corrected in V9) the framing information only works IF the source footage dimentions is at the same as the settings size as you use during grading. Meaning: if the footage is 1080p, it is graded at 1080p, and you render it at 1080, their sizing algorithm is capable to reflect your changes contained within the XML. Otherwise, it will not work.
My advise: render from you NLE the "offline" reference, and go over the entire project and re-do the resizing in Resolv again. We have done it for all our projects, including 3 features (yes, a lot of clips to resize in Resolve using the offline as refence, but it is the only way to do it).
Would love to have Rohit or Peter to tell us if and when the algorithm was/wil be changed to calculate the resizing when the source footage dimentions is different from the final render dimentions.
Thanks Luis i just released if i changed the decoder settings to premium i am able to resize from the 4k file on the 1920 time line so all good
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