I've been slowly trying to move away from the Microsoft world and I have a question that I've spent most of the afternoon trying to resolve. I figured I'd post it here and see if I can get any help.
I have a Dell G15 Ryzen 7 5800H, 16GB RAM, 512SSD, RTX3060Ti setup. I've been using DaVinci Resolve 18 on Windows 11 for a while now and I love the program but didn't realize it was available on Linux.
I just installed Zorin OS 16.2 64-bit core edition this morning. I've been using Zorin OS for a while now for my Development job (.Net Core C#/Blazor) and I love it. I managed to get DaVinci Resolve 18 installed on my new installation without issue today. It should be noted that I installed the nVidia version of the OS as well.
I shoot all my footage from my DJI Mini 3 Pro in D-Cinelike H.265. I have tried and tried to get the codecs installed and without them I can't import my footage into DaVinci.
I've followed every suggestion from here:
ultimately I end up getting this error: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default. N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.
I would greatly appreciate any help or insight anyone could provide me with this. I'd love for this to be my main driver! Good day all.
I want to say thank you for helping me get rid of the error. It appears to have installed correctly. I can play the video from my drive It just won't import into Resolve 18 like it normally would on this computer when I had win 11 on it. Maybe i just need to get on their forums and see if they have any suggestions. But I can see and play it now from the drive so I greatly appreciate your help.
That's fantastic. I am going to mark this thread as the solution to getting it the codec installed since I am able to see my video now. Once again I greatly appreciate your help. Have a pleasant evening.
For anyone else that is curious, I just found my answer. H.265 D-log video is not supported in the Free Version of Resolve 18 on Linux. It works in windows just not on Linux in the free version. Hope that helps someone.