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    Thanks Marc! And some of the features in the paid...

    Thanks Marc! And some of the features in the paid version look pretty great, like scopes.
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    Michael, I read the blog post. Thanks very much,...

    Michael, I read the blog post. Thanks very much, I especially like the ClipToolz suggestion. One downside, IIUC, is that you are limited to the DNx codecs, right?
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    So true, LOL! :smilielol5::crazy:

    So true, LOL! :smilielol5::crazy:
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    Marc, I definitely agree with that and its...

    Marc, I definitely agree with that and its usefulness!!

    The problem I regularly confront is creating files for all different sorts of people to look at. They could be producers, investors, actors,...
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    Hi Nick, thanks for the tips, which I'm sure will...

    Hi Nick, thanks for the tips, which I'm sure will be helpful! What I was talking about above was that when I would be working on a project in MC, I would send out H.264 QT's to other people, and...
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    Color accuracy is the main reason why I've been...

    Color accuracy is the main reason why I've been blowing up the Davinci board, lol! When I create an H.264 from Resolve it looks gorgeous and plays properly on every machine, AFAICT. With MC, they...
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    Nick, I may be wrong, but I don't think that you...

    Nick, I may be wrong, but I don't think that you want to change anything at the project level in Avid (if I understand what you mean). What you do want to do is right click on the viewer(s) and...
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    Also, you should realize that Avid's source and...

    Also, you should realize that Avid's source and record viewers *display* full range. For example for 8-bit video what you see as black in the viewer has to be 0 (not 16) and what you see as the...
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