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In part three of our six-part video series The DaVinci Resolve 15 Crash Course, we cover the edit tools you need for adjusting your clip placements.
Blackmagic Design has just released Resolve 15.2, and in grand Blackmagic fashion, the update is jam-packed with new features, improvements, and fixes.
Editing in DaVinci in Resolve, and you need a still from your video? Here are three techniques you can use to capture one.
In part two of our six-part video series The DaVinci Resolve 15 Crash Course, we cover the edit page — and how to get your timeline the …
In this first part of our six-part video series The DaVinci Resolve 15 Crash Course, we’ll get you started with . . . well, what you need …
Color wheels are certainly the primary grading tool in DaVinci Resolve, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore curves altogether.
The imperfections are part of the charm of archival footage. However, sometimes they can be a bit much. Resolve has the solution.
Each iteration of Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve has become more efficient than the last. In 15, it’s the shared node that makes the difference.
Is your machine struggling to play back media in DaVinci Resolve at the correct frame rate? If so, you may need to use optimized media.
Do you need to remove some unwanted elements from your footage? DaVinci Resolve 15’s Patch Replacer has got the fix you need.
Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 15 offers some expanded effects. Here’s what you need to know about two in particular.
Resolve 15 includes a very useful ADR panel. In this video tutorial, we’ll take a look at what you need to know to configure it properly.