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Resolve 12 as a nice feature because that enables a colorist to remotely control a color grading session from a local workstation. This is possible across a a network or between two stations thousands of kilometres away. All you need is two licenses of DaVinci Resolve Studio, an internet connection and two copies of your medias.

In the 8th episode on My Canadian Studio, Mathieu Marano is taking you through the steps of configuring both stations to enable the remote grading.

#MCS EP08: REMOTE GRADING IN RESOLVE 12 from Mon Studio Au Canada on Vimeo.

Host: Mathieu Marano
Camera: Franck Le Coadou
Switcher: Ingrid Schwietzer
Editing: François Dumoulin
Music: Olivier Biron
Studio: Coup Monté

Posted by: Mathieu Marano on Mar 28, 2016 at 10:22:35 am resolve, DaVinci

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