Resolve scripting in a desktop app

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Resolve scripting in a desktop app

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Post by Igor Ridanovic » Tue Mar 12, 2019 2:41 pm

I released an application called Projector that uses the V15 scripting API. it demonstrates how it's possible to build standalone desktop apps that use the API to communicate with Resolve. It runs on Linux, MacOS, and Windows. The app creates template based projects and imports frequently used media assets. There are some programatic tokens that are meant to accelerate things like sequential bin creation, etc.

The many users here who have advanced pipeline engineering skills may be interested in the CLI use of Projector. The apps is fully accessible from the CLI which means you can integrate it into a pipeline using a language agnostic method simpler than what the Resolve API offers.

There are two demo videos linked on the Projector's page at https://www.metafide.com/?product=resolve-projector-4

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Post by intelligent machine » Tue Mar 12, 2019 5:52 pm

Very Nice! This may come in handy very soon!

I especially like the description for the other tool "The @ Button".

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Post by SirEdric » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:53 pm

Hell yeah!
That @ Button is 100% my humour....awesome....:-)

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Post by Igor Ridanovic » Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:45 am

Just the other night I was sending stills from a color session to a cinematographer who was on the set. Then he emailed back saying he wasn't in a good environment to review color (on his phone). We might have as well sent ASCII art stills.