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DaVinci Resolve: Master Class

Patrick Inhofer

About this course

For over a decade, DaVinci Resolve has been the go-to tool for colorists working on Hollywood films, commercials, and professional corporate video. Now it's available to anyone on a Mac or PC. DaVinci Resolve 12 combined its high-end color grading tools with a full-featured nonlinear video-editing environment. You can edit, color correct, color grade, and render a video project without ever leaving the program.

In these tutorials, professional colorist Patrick Inhofer guides viewers through how to use DaVinci Resolve. Get a look over Patrick's shoulder as he touches on key features in Resolve, while introducing the lingo every colorist needs to understand the program and the workflow.


Topics include:

  • Understanding the DaVinci Resolve interface
  • Building a Resolve system
  • Working in different use modes
  • Creating new projects
  • Importing footage
  • Editing and trimming footage
  • Preparing timelines for color correction
  • Analyzing color, contrast, and exposure with scopes
  • Adjusting hue and saturation
  • Understanding nodes
  • Performing secondary color corrections
  • Targeting corrections
  • Matching shots
  • Building looks
  • Rendering individual shots and self-contained movies

 

 
 
 
 
 

Curriculum

  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Welcome!
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Using the Practice Footage
  • About This Rig
  • Useful Tools for Colorists in Resolve
  • Preview
    Who Should Watch This Chapter
  • The ‘Single User’ Login
  • The Graphical User Interface, In 4 Minutes
  • Keyboard Shortcuts: Tips & Tricks
  • Five ‘Don’t Miss’ Features in 5 Minutes
  • The (Easy) ‘Relink’ Command
  • Saving Hard Drive Locations as ‘Favorites’
  • How to Create & Use ‘Smart Bins’
  • Two Ways of Using the ‘Smooth Cut’ Transition
  • Understanding Resolve’s ‘Order of Operations’
  • A Quick Tour of Bezier Handles in Resolve
  • What Are ‘Compound Nodes’?
  • The Tracker: Using the ‘3D Perspective’ Option
  • The Tracker: Understanding the ‘Frame’ Behavior
  • Group Grading: Collapsing Grades
  • Keying: Working with the ‘3D Keyer’
  • Keying: The ‘Clean Black’ / ‘Clean White’ Tools
  • A Tour of the ‘Media Management’ Panel
  • Easy Exporting to Avid Pro Tools
  • Building A DaVinci Resolve System
  • Who Uses DaVinci Resolve?
  • Preview
    Overview: The DaVinci Resolve Toolset
  • Davinci Resolve vs. DaVinci Resolve Studio
  • Building a Resolve System: Overview
  • Building a Resolve System: Computer Hardware
  • Building a Resolve System: Monitors & Calibration
  • Installing & Launching DaVinci Resolve for the First Time
  • Updating from an Earlier Version of DaVinci Resolve
  • Understanding Disk Databases, User Modes & Projects
  • Disk Databases: The New Default
  • Single-User & Multi-User Login Modes
  • Creating, Managing, Organizing, Importing, Exporting Projects & Databases
  • Getting Started with DaVinci Resolve
  • Overview of the Resolve Interface
  • Preview
    Customizing Your Workspace
  • Essential System Preferences
  • Essential Project Settings
  • Tweaking Project Settings for Better Performance
  • Closer Look: The Media Page
  • Closer Look: The Edit Page
  • Closer Look: The Color Page
  • Closer Look: The Deliver Page
  • Closer Look: Dual Monitor Setup
  • The Documentary: Analyzing & Importing Footage
  • The Documentary: Creating the Timeline
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 1
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 2
  • Editing A Project In DaVinci Resolve
  • Navigating & Using the Edit Page
  • Organizing Your Media with Smart Bins
  • Mastering Keyboard Shortcuts
  • How to Customize Your Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Additional Timeline Commands
  • Working in the Edit Mode
  • Working in the Trim Mode
  • Trimming in the Source Viewer
  • Track Targeting 101
  • Working with Audio
  • The Clip Inspector
  • Working with Titles
  • Adding & Manipulating Transitions & Generators
  • Moving & Preparing A Timeline For Color Correction
  • How to Prepare a Timeline for Color Correction
  • Exporting XMLs & ‘Self-Contained’ Reference Movies
  • Conforming a Timeline in an XML Workflow
  • Checking the Conform with a Reference Movie
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Getting Started
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Pruning Your Edits
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Reconstructing the Timeline
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Dealing with Dissolves & Fades
  • Image Evaluation: Seeing Like A Colorist
  • In Action: Creative Spotting Session—Selecting ‘Hero Shots’
  • Using the Waveform: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Parade Scopes: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Vectorscope: Analyzing Color & Saturation
  • Working with the ‘Broadcast Safe Filter’
  • In Action: Using Video Scopes to Analyze the Hero Shots
  • Primary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Primary Correction?
  • Primary Color Wheels: The Offset Control
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Brightness Changes
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Color Changes
  • Primary Sliders & YRGB Processing
  • Color Wheels: Get Faster with Keyboard Modifiers
  • Understanding the Contrast & Pivot Controls
  • Adjusting Hue & Saturation
  • The RGB Mixer
  • Using Custom Curves as Primary Corrections
  • Colorist Lingo: What are RAW, LOG & LUTs?
  • Introduction to Color Correcting with RAW Controls
  • Introduction to Color Correcting LOG (or Flat Images) & LUTs
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Primary Color Grading
  • Understanding Nodes
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Serial Node?
  • Adding, Connecting, Deleting & Resetting Serial Nodes
  • ‘Node Macros’: The Splitter—Combiner Node
  • Specialty Nodes: The Layer Mixer Node
  • Using Composite Modes in the Layer Mixer Node
  • Secondary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Secondary Correction?
  • Custom Curves as Secondary Corrections
  • Log Color Wheels as Secondary Corrections
  • Color Wheels: Highlights & Shadows Controls
  • Color Wheels: Color Boost & Midtone Detail Controls
  • Using the ‘Hue vs.’ Curves
  • Using the ‘Lum vs.’ & ‘Sat vs.’ Curves
  • Targeting Corrections with the ‘Hue, Saturation, Luminance’ (HSL) Keyer
  • Understanding the HSL ‘Matte Finesse’ Controls
  • Targeting Corrections with the 3D Keyer
  • Limiting HSL & 3D Keys with Power Windows
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Vignette?
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Basic Controls
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Manipulating Shapes
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Adding, Copying & Pasting Shapes
  • Color Correcting & Masking with Power Windows
  • Node Macros: The ‘Add Outside’ Command
  • Power Windows & The Tracker
  • Fine-tuning Your Tracking
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Secondary Corrections
  • Shot Matching
  • Colorist Lingo: What is Shot Matching?
  • Shot Matching Workflow I: The Base Grade
  • Shot Matching Workflow II: Matching Shots
  • The Automatic ‘Shot Match’ Tool
  • Gallery: Overview of Gallery & Memories
  • Gallery: The Reference Wipe
  • Gallery: Copying Grades & Nodes
  • Versions: Flipping Between Multiple Color Corrections
  • Matching Skin Tone: The Fundamentals
  • Matching Skin Tone: Examples
  • Power Grades: Understanding ‘Stills on the Go’
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Shot Matching
  • Building Looks: Essential Tools
  • PowerGrade Presets: Where to Find & How to Use Them?
  • Groups: Powerfully Grading Entire Scenes at Once
  • Blur & Sharpen: Fundamentals
  • OpenFX: Using Third-Party Plugins
  • Discover the ‘Smart Render’ Caching System
  • Keyframing Fundamentals
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks I
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks II
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Deliver Page: Rendering Individual Shots
  • Deliver Page: Checking Your Renders Before Delivering to Your Client
  • Deliver Page: Rendering a Single Self-Contained Movie
  • Organization Tips: Media Managing Your Project for Archiving
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Additional Color Correction Resources
  • Goodbye
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve Advanced Master Class
  • Welcome
  • What You Need to Know Before Starting This Course
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Advanced Database Concepts
  • ‘Studio’ Databases: Creating PostGres Databases
  • Finding & Connecting to Disconnected PostGres Databases
  • Backing Up PostGres Databases
  • Restoring Databases
  • Updating Existing Studio Databases
  • Working with Multiple Users
  • Unlocking Users
  • Additional Media & Edit Page Concepts
  • Using the ‘Take Selector’
  • Compound Clips: Creating & Editing
  • Compound Clips: Grading
  • Working with Nested Timelines
  • Copy & Paste Video / Audio Attributes
  • Media Management: When to Use It
  • Media Management: Rules of the Road
  • Media Management: Understanding the Options
  • Conforming Timelines vs. Relinking Media
  • Relinking Media vs. ‘Change Source Folder’
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Primary Corrections
  • Implications of Resolve’s 32-bit Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Optimizing Your Workflow for Resolve’s Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Grading at the Track Level
  • The Sizing Menu: Overview
  • The Sizing Menu: Input vs. Edit Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Node Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Output Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Changing & Protecting Your Aspect Ratio
  • Staying Organized: Compound Nodes
  • Changing Serial Node Color Spaces
  • LAB Color Space Tips
  • YUV Color Space Tips
  • Y-Only vs. YRGB Adjustments
  • Luma Mix: Emulating Avid Symphony Curves in DaVinci Resolve
  • Colorist Lingo: What Are 1D & 3D LUTs?
  • Create, Export, Import, & Organize Your Own LUTs
  • LUT Creation Mistakes
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Secondaries & Shot Matching
  • Tracker: Stabilization
  • Advanced Tracking: Interactive Mode
  • Understanding & Controlling Key Inputs
  • Grading the Key Signal
  • Blur: Sharpening & Coring Softness
  • Blur: Mist Controls
  • Combining Power Windows with Blur & Sharpen
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Introduction & Gallery Grades
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Versions & Groups
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Neighbors & Selected
  • Comparing Shots: Wipe Timeline Clips
  • HSL Keyer: Split Screen View & Highlight Modes
  • The Lightbox: An Alternative Timeline View
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Timeline-Level Grades
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Group Grades
  • Studio-Only Tools & Workflows
  • Spatial Noise Reduction
  • Temporal Noise Reduction
  • Noise Reduction Tips
  • Motion Blur
  • Increasing Playback Performance
  • The ‘Optimize Media’ Workflow
  • The Proxies Workflow
  • Understanding User Caching
  • User Cache vs. Smart Cache
  • Proxies vs. Optimized Media vs. Caching
  • Color Management in Resolve
  • Preview
    What Is Resolve Color Management (RCM)?
  • Options for Resolve Color Management & ACES
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Rendering Multiple Outputs
  • Using the Archive Feature
  • Exporting to ProTools
  • Exporting Using EasyDCP
  • In Action: Cold Open - The Base Grade
  • About ‘In Action’ & the ‘Cold Open’
  • Your Plan of Attack: The 3-Pass Workflow
  • Shot Selection
  • The Base Grade: Working with Ven
  • The Base Grade: Safari
  • The Base Grade: Finishing Off Ven & the Safari
  • The Base Grade: Grading at Full Speed
  • The Base Grade: Saving a Shot at Full Speed
  • In Action: Cold Open - Shot Matching
  • Evaluation of Base Grade
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 3
  • Shot Matching: Mountain
  • Shot Matching: Ven
  • In Action: Building a Look
  • Preview
    Pay Attention to the “The Singularity Effect”
  • Cold Open: Grouping & Setting Looks
  • Cold Open: Enhancing Interviews
  • Cold Open: Stylizing with Plugins
  • Cold Open: Closing Thoughts
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve Advanced Master Class
  • Goodbye

About this course

For over a decade, DaVinci Resolve has been the go-to tool for colorists working on Hollywood films, commercials, and professional corporate video. Now it's available to anyone on a Mac or PC. DaVinci Resolve 12 combined its high-end color grading tools with a full-featured nonlinear video-editing environment. You can edit, color correct, color grade, and render a video project without ever leaving the program.

In these tutorials, professional colorist Patrick Inhofer guides viewers through how to use DaVinci Resolve. Get a look over Patrick's shoulder as he touches on key features in Resolve, while introducing the lingo every colorist needs to understand the program and the workflow.


Topics include:

  • Understanding the DaVinci Resolve interface
  • Building a Resolve system
  • Working in different use modes
  • Creating new projects
  • Importing footage
  • Editing and trimming footage
  • Preparing timelines for color correction
  • Analyzing color, contrast, and exposure with scopes
  • Adjusting hue and saturation
  • Understanding nodes
  • Performing secondary color corrections
  • Targeting corrections
  • Matching shots
  • Building looks
  • Rendering individual shots and self-contained movies

 

 
 
 
 
 

Curriculum

  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Welcome!
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Using the Practice Footage
  • About This Rig
  • Useful Tools for Colorists in Resolve
  • Preview
    Who Should Watch This Chapter
  • The ‘Single User’ Login
  • The Graphical User Interface, In 4 Minutes
  • Keyboard Shortcuts: Tips & Tricks
  • Five ‘Don’t Miss’ Features in 5 Minutes
  • The (Easy) ‘Relink’ Command
  • Saving Hard Drive Locations as ‘Favorites’
  • How to Create & Use ‘Smart Bins’
  • Two Ways of Using the ‘Smooth Cut’ Transition
  • Understanding Resolve’s ‘Order of Operations’
  • A Quick Tour of Bezier Handles in Resolve
  • What Are ‘Compound Nodes’?
  • The Tracker: Using the ‘3D Perspective’ Option
  • The Tracker: Understanding the ‘Frame’ Behavior
  • Group Grading: Collapsing Grades
  • Keying: Working with the ‘3D Keyer’
  • Keying: The ‘Clean Black’ / ‘Clean White’ Tools
  • A Tour of the ‘Media Management’ Panel
  • Easy Exporting to Avid Pro Tools
  • Building A DaVinci Resolve System
  • Who Uses DaVinci Resolve?
  • Preview
    Overview: The DaVinci Resolve Toolset
  • Davinci Resolve vs. DaVinci Resolve Studio
  • Building a Resolve System: Overview
  • Building a Resolve System: Computer Hardware
  • Building a Resolve System: Monitors & Calibration
  • Installing & Launching DaVinci Resolve for the First Time
  • Updating from an Earlier Version of DaVinci Resolve
  • Understanding Disk Databases, User Modes & Projects
  • Disk Databases: The New Default
  • Single-User & Multi-User Login Modes
  • Creating, Managing, Organizing, Importing, Exporting Projects & Databases
  • Getting Started with DaVinci Resolve
  • Overview of the Resolve Interface
  • Preview
    Customizing Your Workspace
  • Essential System Preferences
  • Essential Project Settings
  • Tweaking Project Settings for Better Performance
  • Closer Look: The Media Page
  • Closer Look: The Edit Page
  • Closer Look: The Color Page
  • Closer Look: The Deliver Page
  • Closer Look: Dual Monitor Setup
  • The Documentary: Analyzing & Importing Footage
  • The Documentary: Creating the Timeline
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 1
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 2
  • Editing A Project In DaVinci Resolve
  • Navigating & Using the Edit Page
  • Organizing Your Media with Smart Bins
  • Mastering Keyboard Shortcuts
  • How to Customize Your Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Additional Timeline Commands
  • Working in the Edit Mode
  • Working in the Trim Mode
  • Trimming in the Source Viewer
  • Track Targeting 101
  • Working with Audio
  • The Clip Inspector
  • Working with Titles
  • Adding & Manipulating Transitions & Generators
  • Moving & Preparing A Timeline For Color Correction
  • How to Prepare a Timeline for Color Correction
  • Exporting XMLs & ‘Self-Contained’ Reference Movies
  • Conforming a Timeline in an XML Workflow
  • Checking the Conform with a Reference Movie
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Getting Started
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Pruning Your Edits
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Reconstructing the Timeline
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Dealing with Dissolves & Fades
  • Image Evaluation: Seeing Like A Colorist
  • In Action: Creative Spotting Session—Selecting ‘Hero Shots’
  • Using the Waveform: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Parade Scopes: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Vectorscope: Analyzing Color & Saturation
  • Working with the ‘Broadcast Safe Filter’
  • In Action: Using Video Scopes to Analyze the Hero Shots
  • Primary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Primary Correction?
  • Primary Color Wheels: The Offset Control
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Brightness Changes
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Color Changes
  • Primary Sliders & YRGB Processing
  • Color Wheels: Get Faster with Keyboard Modifiers
  • Understanding the Contrast & Pivot Controls
  • Adjusting Hue & Saturation
  • The RGB Mixer
  • Using Custom Curves as Primary Corrections
  • Colorist Lingo: What are RAW, LOG & LUTs?
  • Introduction to Color Correcting with RAW Controls
  • Introduction to Color Correcting LOG (or Flat Images) & LUTs
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Primary Color Grading
  • Understanding Nodes
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Serial Node?
  • Adding, Connecting, Deleting & Resetting Serial Nodes
  • ‘Node Macros’: The Splitter—Combiner Node
  • Specialty Nodes: The Layer Mixer Node
  • Using Composite Modes in the Layer Mixer Node
  • Secondary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Secondary Correction?
  • Custom Curves as Secondary Corrections
  • Log Color Wheels as Secondary Corrections
  • Color Wheels: Highlights & Shadows Controls
  • Color Wheels: Color Boost & Midtone Detail Controls
  • Using the ‘Hue vs.’ Curves
  • Using the ‘Lum vs.’ & ‘Sat vs.’ Curves
  • Targeting Corrections with the ‘Hue, Saturation, Luminance’ (HSL) Keyer
  • Understanding the HSL ‘Matte Finesse’ Controls
  • Targeting Corrections with the 3D Keyer
  • Limiting HSL & 3D Keys with Power Windows
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Vignette?
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Basic Controls
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Manipulating Shapes
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Adding, Copying & Pasting Shapes
  • Color Correcting & Masking with Power Windows
  • Node Macros: The ‘Add Outside’ Command
  • Power Windows & The Tracker
  • Fine-tuning Your Tracking
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Secondary Corrections
  • Shot Matching
  • Colorist Lingo: What is Shot Matching?
  • Shot Matching Workflow I: The Base Grade
  • Shot Matching Workflow II: Matching Shots
  • The Automatic ‘Shot Match’ Tool
  • Gallery: Overview of Gallery & Memories
  • Gallery: The Reference Wipe
  • Gallery: Copying Grades & Nodes
  • Versions: Flipping Between Multiple Color Corrections
  • Matching Skin Tone: The Fundamentals
  • Matching Skin Tone: Examples
  • Power Grades: Understanding ‘Stills on the Go’
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Shot Matching
  • Building Looks: Essential Tools
  • PowerGrade Presets: Where to Find & How to Use Them?
  • Groups: Powerfully Grading Entire Scenes at Once
  • Blur & Sharpen: Fundamentals
  • OpenFX: Using Third-Party Plugins
  • Discover the ‘Smart Render’ Caching System
  • Keyframing Fundamentals
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks I
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks II
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Deliver Page: Rendering Individual Shots
  • Deliver Page: Checking Your Renders Before Delivering to Your Client
  • Deliver Page: Rendering a Single Self-Contained Movie
  • Organization Tips: Media Managing Your Project for Archiving
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve Master Class
  • Additional Color Correction Resources
  • Goodbye
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve Advanced Master Class
  • Welcome
  • What You Need to Know Before Starting This Course
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Advanced Database Concepts
  • ‘Studio’ Databases: Creating PostGres Databases
  • Finding & Connecting to Disconnected PostGres Databases
  • Backing Up PostGres Databases
  • Restoring Databases
  • Updating Existing Studio Databases
  • Working with Multiple Users
  • Unlocking Users
  • Additional Media & Edit Page Concepts
  • Using the ‘Take Selector’
  • Compound Clips: Creating & Editing
  • Compound Clips: Grading
  • Working with Nested Timelines
  • Copy & Paste Video / Audio Attributes
  • Media Management: When to Use It
  • Media Management: Rules of the Road
  • Media Management: Understanding the Options
  • Conforming Timelines vs. Relinking Media
  • Relinking Media vs. ‘Change Source Folder’
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Primary Corrections
  • Implications of Resolve’s 32-bit Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Optimizing Your Workflow for Resolve’s Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Grading at the Track Level
  • The Sizing Menu: Overview
  • The Sizing Menu: Input vs. Edit Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Node Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Output Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Changing & Protecting Your Aspect Ratio
  • Staying Organized: Compound Nodes
  • Changing Serial Node Color Spaces
  • LAB Color Space Tips
  • YUV Color Space Tips
  • Y-Only vs. YRGB Adjustments
  • Luma Mix: Emulating Avid Symphony Curves in DaVinci Resolve
  • Colorist Lingo: What Are 1D & 3D LUTs?
  • Create, Export, Import, & Organize Your Own LUTs
  • LUT Creation Mistakes
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Secondaries & Shot Matching
  • Tracker: Stabilization
  • Advanced Tracking: Interactive Mode
  • Understanding & Controlling Key Inputs
  • Grading the Key Signal
  • Blur: Sharpening & Coring Softness
  • Blur: Mist Controls
  • Combining Power Windows with Blur & Sharpen
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Introduction & Gallery Grades
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Versions & Groups
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Neighbors & Selected
  • Comparing Shots: Wipe Timeline Clips
  • HSL Keyer: Split Screen View & Highlight Modes
  • The Lightbox: An Alternative Timeline View
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Timeline-Level Grades
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Group Grades
  • Studio-Only Tools & Workflows
  • Spatial Noise Reduction
  • Temporal Noise Reduction
  • Noise Reduction Tips
  • Motion Blur
  • Increasing Playback Performance
  • The ‘Optimize Media’ Workflow
  • The Proxies Workflow
  • Understanding User Caching
  • User Cache vs. Smart Cache
  • Proxies vs. Optimized Media vs. Caching
  • Color Management in Resolve
  • Preview
    What Is Resolve Color Management (RCM)?
  • Options for Resolve Color Management & ACES
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Rendering Multiple Outputs
  • Using the Archive Feature
  • Exporting to ProTools
  • Exporting Using EasyDCP
  • In Action: Cold Open - The Base Grade
  • About ‘In Action’ & the ‘Cold Open’
  • Your Plan of Attack: The 3-Pass Workflow
  • Shot Selection
  • The Base Grade: Working with Ven
  • The Base Grade: Safari
  • The Base Grade: Finishing Off Ven & the Safari
  • The Base Grade: Grading at Full Speed
  • The Base Grade: Saving a Shot at Full Speed
  • In Action: Cold Open - Shot Matching
  • Evaluation of Base Grade
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 3
  • Shot Matching: Mountain
  • Shot Matching: Ven
  • In Action: Building a Look
  • Preview
    Pay Attention to the “The Singularity Effect”
  • Cold Open: Grouping & Setting Looks
  • Cold Open: Enhancing Interviews
  • Cold Open: Stylizing with Plugins
  • Cold Open: Closing Thoughts
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve Advanced Master Class
  • Goodbye