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  • Fri, Dec 13 2019 3:48 PM

    • Chyalan
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    New AAf file to relink with already corrected media in DV

    Plane landing: 

     

    1) Color Corrected in Davinci

     

    2) Made cuts and have new aaf file

     

    3) How to easily use new aaf file and link to already color corrected media in DV 16? 

     

    Life saver! Please dont let me manually make the corrections in Davinci!!! [:'(]

     

    Thanks a lot! 

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  • Mon, Dec 16 2019 8:53 PM In reply to

    Re: New AAf file to relink with already corrected media in DV

    Did you export an AAF from Resolve back to MC with the corrected media?

     

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  • Wed, Dec 18 2019 9:15 AM In reply to

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    Re: New AAf file to relink with already corrected media in DV

    I was hoping to be able to skip this step and just edit on the original project that the aaf into davinci is based on... 

     

    then do another aaf (either from the original avid project or an aaf or xml of the cuts done on the QT export from davinci...)

     

    Am I drunk on missinformation or just making it all hard by skipping that lenghty and costly step? 

     

    Thanks everyone! 

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