AVID – How To Export an .aaf and QuickTime export to Davinci Resolve After Relinking to 2K or 4K Camera Originals

NEXT - Export DnxHD Quicktime for "Resolve" as reference

See this wikidoc How to make a DNxHD QuickTime

The next step is to export the .aaf Go to >File > Export

Note when exporting a .aaf for a "ProRes" AMA linked timeline you can only use the "Link To" method

To create the .AAF file from a ProRes.mov AMA linked timeline

Choose LINK TO on both Audio and Video

Must have Link To selected as the "Export Method" for both the Video/Data Details and the Audio Details tabs shown here

The .aaf for the color correction. Example shown here.

You will have to bring all the original "Native" Quicktimes that you relinked the timeline to and this .aaf to the Resolve color correction session. Ex: bring the hard drive with the quicktimes on it and this .aaf file

The deliverable for the "Resolve" session will be the folder or folders that contain the ProRes .mov files and the .aaf file

See this link for instruction on how to import the .aaf and media into Resolve. 

Davinci Resolve - Final Conform and Color Correction Project Setup - Import .aaf or .xml and Quicktime