Posts Tagged ‘color grading’
What makes a film look like ‘film’? This and other questions are addressed in this insightful video editing tutorial. Learn a few tricks for giving your digital video footage that classic film look.
If you’re working with ARRIRAW files, this post is a must read. Learn how to use DaVinci Resolve Lite to transcode your ARRIRAW footage for optimized editing.
Blackmagic has released Resolve V10 – a free upgrade for DaVinci users. Check out the new features that will add tons of value for any pro colorist or video editor.
Quickly white balance shots in your color grading app with hotkeys. In this post we share the printer light hotkeys for DaVinci Resolve, a simple way to speed up your color grading workflow.
Knowing how to read video scopes is imperative for getting consistent, broadcast safe images. In this post we share 3 resources for learning how to use a vectorscope and waveform monitor in your video editing projects.
In this post, we’ll explore a few options for working with LUTs to quickly give your video projects unique cinematic looks!
Check out the new Autodesk MasterClasses – great for learning new techniques and workflows in Smoke and Flame!
Learn a few tricks for color correction in Apple Motion! Lots of good info including how to apply gradient presets and keying for a clean alpha channel.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to roundtrip your video editing projects from Resolve to Avid and back to Resolve – great for dailies creation and final color grading.
What are LUTs and how can they improve your color grading workflow? In this post, we take a look at how LUTs are used in high end color grading work and share a tutorial for getting started with LUTs in DaVinci Resolve!
In this post, we’ll take a quick look at qualifiers in color grading applications. What is a qualifier and how can it effect your color grading projects?
When bringing your video editing projects into DaVinci Resolve you may have incorrect footage show up in your timeline. In this video tutorial learn how to remedy this common error by swapping out your shots.