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Proxies vs. optimized media vs. caching

Proxies vs. optimized media vs. caching: DaVinci Resolve 12: Advanced Color Grading
Proxies vs. optimized media vs. caching: DaVinci Resolve 12: Advanced Color Grading

One area where the User Cache doesn’t give you control: The Edit Page. There are no options to force Resolve to enable or ignore caching for intensive Edit Page effects, such as OpenFX transitions or composite modes. In this movie you’ll learn how these processor intensive effects are handled by Resolve’s caching system in both the User and Smart Caching modes.

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Color Correction Video DaVinci Resolve

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