April 14, 2015 at 2:05AM
Would you consider using Resolve 12 for editing?
So, it's my second year on the Creative cloud subscription and I must say I'm really happy with both the products and the customer's service.
But, no matter how much I like Premiere and Speedgrade I still haven't found a better software to color correct my projects than in Resolve lite.
On the other hand it's very time consuming to move from PP to Resolve specially if you have a ton of nested sequences with 3rd party plugins on top of them. And I often end up working with Adobe's Speedgrade - PP solution even if I'm more efficient in grading with Resolve lite.
So, I started experimenting with Resolve's editing functions (version 11). I must say that for a free app I'm impressed by it's features. Only issues I got is the need to transcode everything to DNxHD otherwise playback is really slow. And the fact that it just can't stay on for so many hours without crashing.
Yesterday, I saw on nfs the new Resolve 12. Seemsto be a major upgrade and it could potentially replace PP for many editors specially those who do not use Premiere, Photoshop and After Effects in conjunction (If there are any).
So, what do you think? Would you consider replacing your NLE with Resolve 12?