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  • Tue, Aug 29 2017 10:06 AM

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    tape ID / tape name columns in bins

    I tried to check tape ID / tape names on clips rendered in Resolve with MC First. I wasn't able to choose these two columns - because they don't show up in the list to choose from. Am I missing anything here? Or is it not possible to show them?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: tape ID / tape name columns in bins

    mono:

    I tried to check tape ID / tape names on clips rendered in Resolve with MC First. I wasn't able to choose these two columns - because they don't show up in the list to choose from. Am I missing anything here? Or is it not possible to show them?

    Thanks a lot!

     Hi mono,

       This is MC|First limitation.You can see the complete listing of Bin Column
    Heading on page 79 of the MC|First User's Guide.

     

     

    Thanks,

    RalphC

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  • Wed, Aug 30 2017 6:50 PM In reply to

    • mono
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    Re: tape ID / tape name columns in bins

    Hi Ralph,

     

    thanks for pointing me to the right section. Thats really a bummer since I encourage every assistant editor

    and Avid starter to really keep an eye on tc and tapename / tapeID to ensure proper setup of workflow regarding

    conform later on in the process. If you screw it up at the beginning its a huge hazzle in the end which could easily be avoided

    by just keeping an eye on these to columns. Therefore I don't get that

    limitation in a Software version which is aimed at these folks. Thats really a bad move I'd say.

    There are tons of ways to limit the capabilites of a free version -> Davinci Resolve solved this really smart.

    But thats just my 2 cents...

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