Resolve: It now goes to 14.
I too have been nearly 100% working in Resolve since 12.
Sure..it took a little getting used to coming from Premiere....but not THAT much getting used to.
The only thing that slowed down my transition was the cost of re-purchasing VFX in the OFX format...that was a drag.
Resolve is freaking amazing. I still can't believe its free up to this day. Blackmagic is Definitely something else I hope they never change.
Frank & Zak (everyone else too),
I'd love to know your respective editing machine specs. I've got a x99 based 6 core Hackintosh with a GTX 970. I'm thinking of upgrading my card. Not sure if I should stay with Nvidia and go 1080 Ti or switch and do dual Radeon 480s/580s.
Thanks, Makinise. Bummer that with dual cards that there's a slowdown. I assume you're talking Resolve since that's the thread we're in. I keep reading that the Nvidia cards, even though they're faster, aren't truly optimized for Premiere. AMD and FCP are more tightly integrated.
Last edited by Herb; 04-20-2017 at 10:23 AM.
https://www.maxon.net/en/products/cinebench/) is reporting. Also keep in mind that mileage varies depending on the complexity (i.e. number of nodes, OFX used, SFX used) are being used in your timeline. Finally, very fast scratch storage is big deal for Resolve, separating the OS and Software from your work and scratch drives. I used RAID 0 SSDs for my scratch and RAID 10K RPM for my work/file drives. OS and DR software are on a 256Gb M.2 drive (nothing else on it).
Last edited by EYu; 04-20-2017 at 10:33 AM.
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