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    • How are you guys feeling about live switching vs editing?  I'm not a very experienced editor by and means, but I know enough to get the impression that live-switching (real-time editing) is a different skillset than editing in an NLE.  Also continuity editing multiple angles of the same scene is different to something like a narrative where you might be skipping around a bit in time, so that's another factor.
    • You are misinterpreting Juans video and confusing yourself. Resolve retains all values, even when they are pushed outside the legal ranges. Please open Resolve and do the following: Pull in a test clip Node 1: Adjust curves so that you make the image very bright and really really clipped Node 2: Adjust curves so that you darken the clip so the clip comes back into range You will see by doing that test that even through the first node pushed the clip very far above the white point (100% brightness) that the data was still there and re-appears when the second node pulls the levels back down into the legal range. Juans video on the URSA Mini is talking about many advanced concepts and he uses his words somewhat loosely which can be misinterpreted if you're not 100% clear on the order of operations in Resolve and what each operation does.  He moves very quickly and if that video was made by any other YouTuber it would have been 40 minutes as they clumsily explained each button-press and what was going on, whereas Juan just assumes you've got the knowledge and can keep up. If you are going to look at Juans videos then I'd suggest doing what I did, and starting with the most basic ones, study them like you're at college/university and like there will be a test on them.  Recreate each node tree he shows, and play with it.  Read about each colour space and gamma curve that he mentions.  Read the Resolve manual for the Colour page.  If you didn't study the highest maths in high-school then go and learn the maths behind Linear and Log, learn what cartesian and polar coordinates systems are and how they work (RGB is cartesian and HSL is polar).  Read about human vision and hearing and understand the relationship between the physics of light (Linear), the mathematics of Log (ln(2)) and the perceptual experience of light and sound (ln(10)) and how they relate to Dynamic Range.   It took me months to be able to wrap my head around what he's talking about in that video and I have a computer science degree and spent a decade in audio where I was reading about everything in the signal path including psychoacoustics, which there are strong parallels between the signal path of light and the signal path of sound, even deep into our perceptions.
    • Thats my thought process, if the audio is important I going to the xlr on my fs5 or use my external recorder. 
    • Switcher Studio with an iPad as your broadcast hub and a few iphones. You can have an entire live streaming setup in a backpack. Its simple, they all sync up easy wirelessly and there's so many options. I use it all the time, its awesome. Chris https://www.steadireadi.com/blog/2019/9/12/cc8    
    • I'm in Madrid!  If it wasn't for my wife and 9 month old daughter, I'd have shit loads of free time too! A wee thought Andrew (from another Andrew). The first few times I came across you (online we're talking here!) , I thought you were a opinionated self- righteous wanker. But... I came here to see what you were all about. I found one of the best camera/video/film/dslr forums going and that's down to you. There was always a fine balance between optimism and scepticism, opinion and fact. Right now we are all allover the place emotionally. I've watched the Fire Dept and an ambulance remove someone from a flat 50m away from mine. It's ET surreal. You make a great many good points in many blogs, threads etc, but many just create more tension and infighting. You are a leader of opinion, of your community. People are now looking to their leaders for guidance in these times of chaos. Whilst I understand you are pissed off with a load of stuff right now I  think you might do your community more good by lowering the tone, and helping everyone have a wee safe haven here. It's impossible to educate everyone, especially now. sorry for the lecture but it's IMHO
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