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DaVinci Resolve is a professional-grade video editing and color grading software that offers a comprehensive set of tools and features for post-production work. One key aspect of DaVinci Resolve is its support for Linux as a platform, making it an attractive choice for Linux users and professionals working in Linux-based environments. There are some quirks with DaVinci Resolve under Linux and… Read more...
Building Qt 6.5 submodules Qt submodules contains various extra features not included in the base package, for example QtQuick, support for Wayland, CAN-BUS and so forth. For most parts, building the submodules is quite straightforward:
When exporting a video from DaVinci Resolve to a QuickTime mov container you will add a timecode (tmcd) track to the file. When checking with ffprobe on the video, there will be a stream looking like this: Stream #0:2(und): Data: none (tmcd / 0x64636D74), 0 kb/s (default) This is can give issues as some applications, at least on Android, won't be able to open the file and will just complain… Read more...
How to configure and build QtWebEngine 5 separately from Qt 5 base on Raspberry Pi OS.
Guide on how to convert common consumer video codecs, like h264 and h265 to DNxHD or DNxHR, so that it is suitable for editing in for example DaVinci Resolve.