Is grainy footage ruining your project? Neat Video packs a powerful punch for reducing grain and noise in footage. In this post we’ll show you how to get the most out of it in your projects.
The isolated color look is a unique color grading look used to great effect in movies like Pleasantville and Sin City. It involves keeping one or several colors intact while completely or partially desaturating the rest of the image. Let’s jump into a one-color grade in DaVinci Resolve.
DaVinci Resolve has a little-known tool known as Split Screen which can be useful at various points in your color grading sessions.
Chances are, the movie you’ve shelled out money to see in the theater is still being projected using a system incorporating traditional Xenon Arc lamps. Soon, those inefficient lamp projectors will be replaced by laser-powered projectors.
Display connections are evolving to keep up with new video technology and data rates. See what lies ahead for the future.
In this tutorial we take cues from fashion and glamour print and apply them to video in DaVinci Resolve.
Hear from industry vet Paul Schrader as he talks the future of Hollywood and oncoming demise of the multiplex.
If you’re regularly experiencing dropped frames and sluggish performance, Resolve has a Render Cache feature that renders corrections for smoother playback.
Better control your project’s workflow and delivery by tweaking the options available in Resolve’s ‘Deliver’ window.
Laser technology is changing the way films are projected – now in theaters, next in homes.
Use the new group feature in DaVinci Resolve to accelerate your color grading workflow.
There’s one DaVinci Resolve feature that I keep in my back pocket for dealing with footage with messy blacks. In this video tutorial learn Chroma Dark!