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  • Tue, Jul 1 2014 6:12 AM

    • Cagey
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    Not able to Relink Subclips to Color Corrected MXF media

    Used Resolve to generate MXF media. Imported by dragging .mdb file to bin. Create subclips from master clips. Created sequence from subclips. Back in Resolve created color corrected  version and exported new MXF media to to new numbered MXF subdirectory.  Took original media offline by moving original numbered MXF subdirectory to new location.  Opened project and all media offline as expected. Imported color corrected media by dragging .mdb into new bin.  Problem: not able to relink master clips, subclips or sequence to new color corrected media. What is the correct steps to do this.  The new filenames, timecode, length and resolution are all exactly the same as the original MXF media.

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  • Tue, Jul 1 2014 6:33 AM In reply to

    Re: Not able to Relink Subclips to Color Corrected MXF media

    Filenames are irrelevant, Tape entry is relevant. Does that match? 

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  • Wed, Jul 2 2014 12:57 AM In reply to

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    Re: Not able to Relink Subclips to Color Corrected MXF media

    Job ter Burg:

    Filenames are irrelevant, Tape entry is relevant. Does that match? 

    That was it. Resolve 11 beta created different tapename entries than Resolve 10.  But I found a nice workaround.  By copying the .mdb and .pwr files from the original export into the new export the tape names matched and what's event better, I didn't even have to do a relink!

    Thanks Job.

    Keith

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