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Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve (72 Tutorials)

Boris Continuum Grunge in DaVinci Resolve

Boris Continuum Grunge in DaVinci Resolve

November 25, 2014

Learn how to create quickly you can create a creepy grungy look using BCC Grunge in Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve. Add shake, flicker, dust, and a vignette. Kevin P. McAuliffe will show you how.

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In Depth: Skin Retouching Part 2: The Plug-ins

In Depth: Skin Retouching Part 2: The Plug-ins

August 18, 2014

Need to touch up your actor’s complexion quickly and easily? There are a lot of plug-ins on the market that can help you with this task. I’ll cover the big players and a few new to the market: Digital Anarchy Beauty Box, GenArts Sapphire S_Beauty, FXHOME HitFilm, the recently released Imagenomic Portraiture for video, the brand-spanking new Dashwood Smooth Skin. Red Giant Cosmo and Colorista II are also on the agenda.

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Avid Media Composer and Davinci Resolve Roundtripping

Avid Media Composer and Davinci Resolve Roundtripping

April 22, 2014

Here are multiple videos about the round-trip workflow with Avid and Blackmagic Design’s Davinci Resolve. 

  • Managing Resolve/Avid Workflows with Scott Freeman
  • Avid Media Composer – DaVinci Resolve : Double Round Trip​
  • Round Trip Between Avid Media Composer and Davinci Resolve
  • Round Trip? AAF Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve/Avid Symphony

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in depth color correction vs color grading

In Depth: Color Correction vs Color Grading

April 1, 2014

I’ve heard the terms Color Correction and Color Grading used interchangeably but they are not the same things. I’ll explain the difference, show you some tools to fix and tweak color, point you to a few tutorials, give you some side by side examples and breakdowns. Finally I’ll link you to some free tools you can use for color correction or grading.

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In Depth: Video Software and Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

In Depth: Video Software and Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

February 4, 2014

This article is for motion graphics, vfx, and 3D artists and also video editors. We’re keeping track of issues you might have with your software and with information on how to fix problems.

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Davinci Resolve Fundamentals (10 Videos)

Davinci Resolve Fundamentals (10 Videos)

July 16, 2013

We’ll kick off Tutorial Tuesday with a series by Bran Hvítabjörninn and AE Tuts+ on the Davinci Resolve.

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DaVinci Resolve – Using Versions Tutorial

DaVinci Resolve – Using Versions Tutorial

February 9, 2012

In this tutorial we start to explore how to create multiple versions of a color grade over a sequence or on individual clips.

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DaVinci Resolve – RGB Mixer Tutorial

DaVinci Resolve – RGB Mixer Tutorial

February 9, 2012

In this tutorial we look at some uses for the RBG Mixer. How to get a monochrome image with impact, and then use that to create a high-contrast, high-saturation look.

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DaVinci Resolve – Primary Color Grading Tutorial (excerpt)

DaVinci Resolve – Primary Color Grading Tutorial (excerpt)

February 9, 2012

In this tutorial we begin on primary color correction. We check out the main Color tab interface, the video scopes and see how the Node-based interface works.

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DaVinci Resolve – External Mattes Tutorial (excerpt)

DaVinci Resolve – External Mattes Tutorial (excerpt)

February 9, 2012

In this tutorial we look at the options for using external rotoscoped mattes when color grading in DaVinci Resolve.

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DaVinci Resolve – Primary Color Grading Tutorial (excerpt)

DaVinci Resolve – Primary Color Grading Tutorial (excerpt)

February 9, 2012

In this tutorial we begin on primary color correction. We check out the main Color tab interface, the video scopes and see how the Node-based interface works.

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DaVinci Resolve – Day for Night Tutorial

DaVinci Resolve – Day for Night Tutorial

February 9, 2012

In this tutorial we look at a couple of different ways of getting a night-time feel. We also discuss the limitations of Day for Night grading and how to improve it when shooting or compositing.

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