Multi-User Collaboration with DaVinci Resolve Studio
Dec 29, 2017
A multi-user collaboration workflow could be a complex mission without the right tools dedicated to this kind of post production environment, and one that may lead to lengthy conforms and synchronization issues. With DaVinci Resolve 14 editors, assistants, colorists, and sound editors can make conforming and managing changes in parallel on the same project and at the same time. This is made possible by an impressive arsenal of multi-user collaboration tools like project management, open storage, bin locking, built-in chat and timeline comparison.
In traditional workflows, the editor locks the picture cut before color and sound work can begin. Even then, last minute changes to the edit can require lengthy conforms and synchronization between multiple applications and different members of the team. Now, with DaVinci Resolve 14, conforming and managing changes is a thing of the past! The editor, assistants, colorists, and sound editors can all work together in parallel on the same project at the same time. That means everyone has more time to be creative and, most importantly, to do their best work!
The new DaVinci Resolve Project Management software makes collaboration possible by managing traffic and saving the changes from each user. The software allows setting up a shared project database so users can log in and start working on their projects. It’s really straightforward and made easy thanks to a friendly graphical user interface which contains dedicated icons and indicators.
Check out the complete article by Yossy Mendelovich https://www.cinema5d.com/blackmagic-design-present... and, this accompanying video for more finite details about the advantages of multi-user collaboration using Davinci Resolve 14 Studio.
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