Posts Tagged ‘DaVinci Resolve’
Today, we’re going to take a look at the three ways to store and load looks in DaVinci Resolve, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Let’s take a look at two different programs, Adobe Premiere and DaVinci Resolve, and how you can use them to get rid of unwanted objects.
DaVinci Resolve is unique among post-production applications in that it’s free. But, here are six reasons why you’d upgrade to its paid version.
Are Premiere Pro’s best days behind it? If you said “yes,” then why are you still using it? Here are a few reasons I’ve moved on. “Premiere …
This update includes lots of new Fairlight audio features, improved editing and color grading functionality, plus a whole lot more.
In the following tutorials, we’ll cover some of the best tips, tricks, and advice for working with Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve.
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll cover the best practices for using DaVinci Resolve to sync, color grade, and transcode proxies for ingest into AVID.
We’ve previously covered offline editing and proxy workflows, but in this article, we’ll cover methods to make your 6K RAW editing more amicable.
We’re going to use DaVinci Resolve to get balanced, glowing skin tones in just a few easy steps — without affecting your other edits.
The Face Refinement Tool allows for a quicker coloring process, while putting those tools into the hands of non-colorists.
Track stems can be extremely versatile when layering music in your project. Find out how to use them in Premiere, Final Cut, and DaVinci Resolve.