No need to double post.
Send in a feature request to Adobe and Da Vinci.
Remember that Da Vinci is Mac-centric and they saddled the Mac Horse..not Adobe.
Did not mean to double post. I sent feature request into davinci and adobe and got no reponse.
You have only been here 2 minutes.
I have posted many Feature and Fix Requests since 2002 and never heard back once!
I deleted your duplicate post. Please stop double-posting.
Adobe just called me. They trouble shooted the issue and was able solve in by replace a couple of systems files.
The integration is perfect now......Awesome thanks adobe!!!!
Errr..... so can you help us all?
I'm actually liking resolve EXCEPT for the fact it can't interpret multicam sequences. Now if Adobe would just add that 'collapse multicam to source clips' feature I've requested then it would be no problem at all......
I dont do the multi cam thus i can't help you with.
Steps to resolve.
1. I unistall just PP.
2. Then unplug the internet
3. reinstall PP
4 Turn off the computer
5 Plug the cord back in
6. turn computer back
7 start premiere pro .... And your done
Err...... hmmmm..... what exactly is that supposed to do ?
if Adobe would just add that 'collapse multicam to source clips' feature I've requested
Or, if Resolve could learn to read the Adobe sequences properly.
Indeed..... but are they fully documented, includuing Adobe's implementation of Multicam?
Collapsing them should really be no more than a day or two of work for an Adobe engineer and a day of beta testing. Seriously. Lots of people want this - it only takes a few minutes with google to find people struggling with this exact problem. Premiere Pro Multicam --> Resolve.
Since we do a lot of multicam work it's something that's important to us.
Lots of other people never go near multicam, so I guess for them it's something they really don't care about.
I currently have > 22 hours of multicam sequences that need primary colour correction and follow on grading..... resolve would be the best choice by far.