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Old June 12th, 2012, 09:39 AM   #16
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Re: SpeedGrade question

I'm also considering Resolve as SG about killed my hard drive space on a recent project. Not loving the workflow and the limited surface support and not being able to customize the keyboard are letdowns. The search continues. Cheers
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Old June 12th, 2012, 10:22 AM   #17
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Re: SpeedGrade question

Its early days for SpeedGrade, be patient.

I am loving Resolve Lite in the mean time. I now need a degree in brain surgery to work it all out. There are plenty of good tutorials on YouTube for Resolve, just do a search.
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 08:14 AM   #18
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Re: SpeedGrade question

There is a fairly recent update to Speedgrade (as well as most of the CS6 apps too) if you check for them through Adobe Updater.
I found that SG worked a lot better after the last update. Before the update, I couldn't make it do anything. Also, you may want to try exporting an EDL from Premiere and then opening in SG if you don't want to wait for a conversion to DPX. As long as all your footage is supported in SG it works great!

Even with all of that, it's still not ready for prime-time yet since there is no way to accommodate changes in the edit. Unless you have an iron-clad image lock on your final edit, SG is a problematic solution for now...

Making a simple change in your edit will mean having to re-grade your whole project... bummer!
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