Antoin e Posted July 9, 2020 Share Posted July 9, 2020 Well colors had much more contrast in VLC/Resolve. I'm viewing this on chrome with a benq monitor not calibrated but pretty decent color representation. When i view it with quicktime it looks like what it will be on web.( https://www.thepostprocess.com/2020/03/16/color-shift-fixes-from-davinci-resolve-to-mac-displays/ ) And then i think it is too soft, not sharp enough when i compare to this : https://youtu.be/VIWBrX28E6Q I used the Reduce noise plugin and used filmconvert so maybe i made some mistake when applying those effects. Resolve keeps screaming "GPU memory is full" when i've graded the footage and try to upscale it to x3 or 4 and then i cannot see the timeline everything is black. I have a Ryzen 7 1700 processor 32gb of ram and a old gtx660 2gb so maybe it is card but maybe there is a way to put the work on to the processor ? I export with data levels set to full. timeline data what set in auto so im going to try this. Setting project for color and export: By how much do you scale / sharpen the footage and what resolution would be good to get the best image quality on the web ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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