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  1. In Resolve, timeline resolution is never fixed. ...

    In Resolve, timeline resolution is never fixed. You can change it in the project settings at any time. So, to crop out your unwanted elements, just zoom in on them using the transport tools in the...
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    I havenít read your entire post, but I feel like Iíve read enough to know that the batteries youíre using arenít rated for a high enough max draw to power the equipment youíve got plugged into them....
  3. If only you had someone on staff who could answer...

    If only you had someone on staff who could answer this type of question. I might know somebody who knows the answer, but he's going to want a hefty salary increase over his last position.
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    H.264 level 6 and up should support 8K...

    H.264 level 6 and up should support 8K, but I can't speak to Adobe's implementation.



    I'm not sure I understand what you're saying here. You're saying 8K, 1080p, and 4K all look the same? ...
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    I had a problem with postgresql writing a log...

    I had a problem with postgresql writing a log file over and over until it ballooned to over 250GB and killed my machine. Check the log files.
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    Those are obviously midgets in robot suits.

    Those are obviously midgets in robot suits.
  7. R3D "Preview" files won't play in Quicktime Player for Mac

    Hi. New Red user here, and first-time poster.

    've used RedCine-X 42.41605 to create QT wrappers for R3D files. When I try to open them in Quicktime Player 10.4, I get a short progress bar which...
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