I'm trying to come up with a workflow that makes sense with R3D files.
I want to be able to de-noise with NeatVideo, use 3rd party effects like BeautyBox, and keep using R3D's without transcoding until the final output stage.
Speedgrade has no nodes, may not be totally debugged, and if I use it natively with R3D's, I can't use NeatVideo on the R3D files as the first stage - as I'd have to output in some other format, and then use NeatVideo.
Resolve - I really like, has nodes, has it's own de-noiser (how does it compare to NeatVideo), but I'd still have the same problem where I'd have to output in some format other than R3D's to apply 3rd party effect (NeatView, etc.)
So, I'm curious if there are any tutorials where the grading is done within Premiere and AE exclusively.
Using trackers with masks to enhance areas of interest, etc. - all the things you can do in BlackMagic.
Or, am I just spinning my wheels, worrying too much about staying in R3D during the entire process?
I know some others are de-noising 1080p output from the free version of Resolve as the last stage.
Buying the full version of Resolve would allow me to do that at 4K.
Any thoughts or comments?