***UPDATED SCRIPT - APPS TO FOLLOW***
The script now converts .xml files from timelines containing multiple different scene-detected videos. In other words: scene-detect all your desired footage in Resolve, put it all on one timeline, export .xml, convert, and import into Premiere Pro!
**prerequisites: in order for the script to function properly it is at the moment required to have Python3 installed on your system. You can get the appropriate version at: www.python.org
I am working on making it work without - update coming soon**
After doing scene detection in Da Vinci Resolve, exporting an .xml of the timeline on which all the clips from the mediapool are added will result in a faulty .xml when imported into Premiere Pro. All the clips will start from timecode 00:00:00:00 effectively rendering it useless.
While one option is to export all the individual clips in Resolve, this effectively results in a duplication of the footage. Ideally one would want to use the .xml in combination with the original scene-detected file.
To run the script you need to have Python3 installed on your machine. You can download Python3 here: https://www.python.org/
To run the script, open a terminal window / cmd / powershell and navigate to the folder where you put the script.
( on windows): python r2p.py -f /your/xml/file/location/file.xml
(on OS X): python3 r2p.py -f /your/xml/file/location/file.xml
The easiest way to do this by far is to drag and drop the .py script and .xml:
I either Terminal or Powershell, type : python (or python3 on os x), drag the script into the terminal/powershell window, then type '-f' and drag the .xml into the terminal/powershell window. Press enter. Done. A typical command would look something like this:
python3 /Users/autofasurer/Downloads/r2p/r2p.py -f /Users/autofasurer/Downloads/Resolve2Premiere.xml
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