Hey Arin, thanks for the kind words. As far as I know, my naming convention is no more or less compatible than yours. I don't have Resolve in front of me at the moment but my first instinct would be to skip the "Test" button and instead hit "Apply." (It's visible at the bottom-right of the Project Settings dialogue in my first "Cliff's Notes" screencap). Let me know if that does the trick!
And the original adaptation may be the best? http://www.amazon.com/The-Last-Man-On-Earth/dp/B001LXPRPS/
Yes huge fan, no didn't know about the Emmys (until I found out :)
My interpretation: it's not that Avid, Premiere, and FCP7 are file-based, it's that they're built from the ground up to fit the needs of an ancient model. Trust me, I feel you, I have far more experience in FCP7 than anything else. Using Premiere more and more nowadays, I find it's definitely the same sort of experience all over again. Which isn't a bad thing for me, by any means.
Gotcha. Yeah from the looks of things BMD's treatment of ML CDNG has finally matched that of their own BMCCs :)
Well, what's so wrong with phones? Anything that makes an image is an image-making tool, right? One example: Parts Unknown recently won an Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography in Nonfiction. http://www.emmys.com/shows/anthony-bourdain-parts-unknown
On shooting the show, Bourdain says: "In fact, we’ve used our cell phones to shoot footage for the show in the last few weeks... what we’re allowed to do, when the situation calls for it, is really mix it up. We’re using Letus, we’re using Sonys, we’re using Canon 7D SLRs, we’re using cell phones, we’re using Go Pros. It’s a whole mixed bag we can really mix it up more technologically on CNN."http://rocknrollghost.com/2013/04/13/tv-interview-anthony-bourdain-parts...