Unfortunately nothing new to report. Right now I do not even know, if Resolve can do retiming. I'll check it today. There is still no V7 user guide, so I have to use the old V6 to figure out what's what.
Nevertheless, even if Resolve does retiming, EDL does not support keyframing. I know AAF is much more robust and feature rich, than EDL, but I'm not sure if keyframing is supported in it as well. But even if it was possible, I doubt very much Resolve could match Twixtor's features and quality. In your case, rendered timeline solution, just like we ended up doing, is still the easiest option. But then again, your debayer was done correctly...
Is the motion tracking all they claim it to be and more? I saw videos of the demo, where they motion tracked a base ball players face diving across the field almost instantly. But you know how demos are geared towards what the software can actually do. Have you tried something that's been problematic or tricky in the past, and does resolve just eat it alive?
Sorry for not making my self clear: I meant changing the in and outs of shots, hence changing the timing. All questions answered.
You're are describing an interesting grading tool, surely not a finishing application. But swiss army knifes are rarely the appropriate tool.
One more question: Would you buy a MacPro and all the necessary hardware plus Resolve on the Mac to build a grading suite fro client supervised sessions or are you suggesting that Resolve on the Mac is more suited for all those who have the hardware already and need a grading application on budget besides their NLE and compositing software and work rarely with clients in their neck?
Apple Color is not RT if SDI monitoring is used. But Resolve on the Mac seems to be, isn't it? A big reason to invest the 1k, IMO. Funny how ridiculous cheap Resolve on the Mac is if it holds up to the peoples expectations, great times.
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