Image Scaling in project settings.
Type: Posts; User: Peter Chamberlain
Image Scaling in project settings.
You should use 9.1.4 too for best results.
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Hi all, we are pleased to announce the release of DaVinci Resolve 9.1.4 which is available on our support web site.
This is a no charge update for the...
Are these 4k or epic 5k images?
3-4 fps sounds like resolve is not using the rocket at all. If you disconnect the expander does the fps change?
Can you cross ref the rocket driver and firmware for...
I dont recommend this at all. Please refer to the config guides at the top of the post thread in the BMD forum.
Resolve does not export RCX files nor do we have plans for same.
You should have no problem with DNxHD files rendered by Resolve in your Avid and if you do it's best to fix that issue as there are...
There are many good reasons why DPX files remain the cross platform and cross OS image container of choice. While I agree staying in native camera raw for a long as possible is ideal, and dpx needs...
There are no plans by Supermicro to EOL the recommended system for some time. It remains the highest performing and most flexible system in our config guides.
Jake offers a good example of how through remote grading you can share your creative grading talent far further than your suite. I have been to dozens of facilities now that use remote grading every...
The published config guides are always a good place to start. We test a lot of configs and GPUs and publish what we know works. You can find links on the BMD forum.
We are pleased to announce DaVinci Resolve 10. For those of you unable to visit us at the south hall of NAB here is a list of new features. This is a no charge upgrade for existing customers and will...
I'm pleased to report we have just posted DaVinci Resolve 9.1.3 on our support web site. It includes general performance and stability improvements and for Mac OS X users support for the new FCPX...
Hi Paul, Cuda cores make a huge difference for image processing. I would recommend not using the Q4000 for anything other than a GUI GPU. Seriously consider Titan. Its early days for drivers but...
It sounds like you are using an ATI GPU and OS X 10.7.x, if so its a known GPU OS issue and an upgrade to 10.8.3 should work.
Just for confirmation, Resolve full and Resolve Lite use and offer the same conform functionality. If you have found an issue in one it will be in the other.
One hint to help chase your issue....
If you want to use your existing ATI card for GUI, which I guess is a 5770, that's fine. But it uses one motherboard power connector. Unless you plan on a expander, or rigging power from the spare...
Can you confirm the exact error message text? We can't read the thumb posted.
Btw, what GPUs do you have installed?
What is the firmware version installed?
Which version of Resolve?
You can build this system yourself. Just follow our config guide at the BMD support web site. We have this and bigger faster and hungrier beasts in our lab and listed in the guide too.
Mike, which area are you in? Who was the authorised reseller involved? Please Private Mail to me.
Just plug it in, put your GUI monitor on one GPU, nothing in the other. You can then check the use in preferences.
In you particulare example, are you setting the monitor scaling or render scaling?
Just a heads up guys. We don't test therefore can't certify AMD CPUs. All config guide recommendations are Intel.
Q4000 is a good UI card. Aside from other non standard config issues consider removing the hd4000, using q4000 for UI and getting a gtx690 for processing. That may nor solve your red decide issue but...
The Q600 is not suitable for stereoscopic 3d projects. Nothing to do with red files.