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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.
Check out this useful video tutorial that shows you how to copy tracking data across multiple nodes in DaVinci Resolve 9.
Discover how to create a Hollywood Blockbuster style color grade in DaVinci Resolve. In this video tutorial you’ll see several films that use this color grade, get some info on color theory and discover how to apply these principles to practice in Resolve.
Master Powergrades in DaVinci Resolve! In this post, we discuss how to create modify and share Powergrades in Resolve. Save time and color grade like a pro!
Get a jumpstart on working with DaVinci Resolve in this informative tutorial by professional colorist Dan Moran. Discover the most efficient way to start grading your video footage. Special attention is paid to working with the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to quickly add grain and texture to your DaVinci Resolve 9 projects with the new external fill feature. A very simple – yet handy – new Resolve 9 feature!
Discover a color grading workflow to get your video projects to and from DaVinci Resolve. Great tips in these informative video tutorials!
Jump into DaVinci Resolve 9 with these 3 overview tutorial videos! Great info for newbies or Resolve pros looking to get familiar with the new feature set and user interface.
Manhattan Edit Workshop will be offering free post-production training at this year’s NAB tradeshow. Gain new tips for working in After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Resolve and AVID, and make connections with other pro editors and content creators.
The Academy Color Encoding System aims to be the filmmaking industry standard for managing color.
For most videographers, there’s really no need to build out a full color grading suite. Use these color tools instead — and then put them away when you’re done!
Are you an up-and-coming filmmaker looking to make your first independent feature? The “coming of age” film may be your best bet to break into the mainstream.