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DaVinci Resolve Guru: Hardware for Color Correction

Robbie Carman & Patrick Inhofer

About this course

In course, hardware choices often impact software performance. DaVinci Resolve color correction workstations are custom built with this dependency in mind. The hardware you choose impacts the file formats you can work in, your real-time playback capacity, and your speed. Spend some time learning about your choices and maximize the performance of your system—before you build it.

Join colorists Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer as they look at hardware considerations and components for Resolve systems, including GPUs and CPUs, video monitors, control surfaces, and other accessories. Learn about UHD 4K displays and emerging HDR technologies, as well as all the extras that make a dedicated colorist's life that much easier, like bias lights, GPU expanders, and input devices. Robbie and Patrick share practical knowledge about building a Resolve system that will allow you to work quickly and efficiently for years to come.

 
Topics include:

  • Understanding Resolve systems: Linux, Mac, and Windows 
  • Hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
  • Video reference monitors
  • Control surfaces
  • Hardware accessories for color correction

Curriculum3h 14m

  • Preview
    Welcome
  • What You Should Know Before Watching this Course
  • Types Of Resolve Systems
  • Preview
    Resolve Studio vs. Resolve
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • About the Blackmagic Resolve Configuration Guide
  • Key Hardware Components
  • Processors & RAM
  • Hard Drives
  • GPUs
  • I/O Devices
  • Media Type Considerations
  • 4K+ Hardware Considerations
  • Video Reference Monitors
  • Preview
    What's a Reference Monitor & Why Is It so Important?
  • Common Display Technologies
  • Understanding Connection Types
  • Common Color Spaces & Gamma
  • UHD & HDR Reference Monitors
  • Control Surfaces
  • Why Use a Control Surface?
  • Tangent Control Surfaces
  • Avid Artist Color
  • JL Cooper
  • DaVinci Resolve Control Surface
  • Hardware Accessories
  • Bias Lights & Other Lighting Solutions
  • GPU Expanders
  • Xkeys & Razer
  • Input Mice
  • Tablet & Keyboard
  • Additional Resources & Goodbye

About this course

In course, hardware choices often impact software performance. DaVinci Resolve color correction workstations are custom built with this dependency in mind. The hardware you choose impacts the file formats you can work in, your real-time playback capacity, and your speed. Spend some time learning about your choices and maximize the performance of your system—before you build it.

Join colorists Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer as they look at hardware considerations and components for Resolve systems, including GPUs and CPUs, video monitors, control surfaces, and other accessories. Learn about UHD 4K displays and emerging HDR technologies, as well as all the extras that make a dedicated colorist's life that much easier, like bias lights, GPU expanders, and input devices. Robbie and Patrick share practical knowledge about building a Resolve system that will allow you to work quickly and efficiently for years to come.

 
Topics include:

  • Understanding Resolve systems: Linux, Mac, and Windows 
  • Hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
  • Video reference monitors
  • Control surfaces
  • Hardware accessories for color correction

Curriculum3h 14m

  • Preview
    Welcome
  • What You Should Know Before Watching this Course
  • Types Of Resolve Systems
  • Preview
    Resolve Studio vs. Resolve
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • About the Blackmagic Resolve Configuration Guide
  • Key Hardware Components
  • Processors & RAM
  • Hard Drives
  • GPUs
  • I/O Devices
  • Media Type Considerations
  • 4K+ Hardware Considerations
  • Video Reference Monitors
  • Preview
    What's a Reference Monitor & Why Is It so Important?
  • Common Display Technologies
  • Understanding Connection Types
  • Common Color Spaces & Gamma
  • UHD & HDR Reference Monitors
  • Control Surfaces
  • Why Use a Control Surface?
  • Tangent Control Surfaces
  • Avid Artist Color
  • JL Cooper
  • DaVinci Resolve Control Surface
  • Hardware Accessories
  • Bias Lights & Other Lighting Solutions
  • GPU Expanders
  • Xkeys & Razer
  • Input Mice
  • Tablet & Keyboard
  • Additional Resources & Goodbye