Importing your edit into DaVinci Resolve
If you’re looking for a one stop place to find out how to import your project into DaVinci Resolve this quick post should get you in and out in any NLE.
Final Cut Pro X to DaVinci Resolve
This half hour tutorials from We Make Movies walks through how to move your project from FCPX to Resolve and which filters, effects, scale, orientation, multi-cam etc will move across successfully.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 to DaVinci Resolve
This is a quick round trip tutorial for importing Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera footage into Adobe Premiere Pro (via Resolve). Jessie quickly moves through the steps which are pretty simple – just jump on the ”Final Cut Pro XML” band wagon.
Avid Media Composer to DaVinci Resolve
Here’s a short video tutorial on how to get your timeline from Avid Media Composer to DaVinci Resolve and back again… Skip to 4 minutes to get past the preamble.
Final Cut Pro 7 to DaVinci Resolve
I haven’t found a FCP7 to Resolve 9 video tutorial, but the steps are almost identical to those for Premiere Pro with a simple XML interchange. Instead check out this post from Ilovehue.net who has a great 11 page pdf which you can send to clients who are preparing their own FCP7 projects to hand over to you the colorist. They don’t need Resolve to follow these steps but it will make for a much smoother handover process. Mathieu’s pdf is also a great primer for any colorist on what notes to include when accepting a grading project.