DaVinci Resolve 12 Essential Training
DaVinci Resolve 12 Essential Training is an Beginner level study on Photography, created by an expert, Patrick Inhofer. This study is an important foundation for anyone who needs to sharpen his/her Photography skills. It gives you a strong understanding on Color Correction, Photography, Video, DaVinci Resolve, Color Correction, Photography, Video and DaVinci Resolve.
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. The latest version, DaVinci Resolve 12, combines 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 the basics of using DaVinci Resolve 12. 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. He shows how to import footage, keep it all organized, edit clips in the timeline, and start color grading your project: applying primary and secondary corrections, vignettes, looks, and Power Windows. He also shows how to target corrections with shapes and keys, match shots, and create “hero shots” to jump-start discussions with directors, clients, and colleagues.
Most of the tutorials are compatible with both DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Studio, the paid version of the software. If you have already watched DaVinci Resolve 11 Essential Training, check out “What’s New in DaVinci Resolve 12” to brush up on the updates, as well as the new chapter on DaVinci 12.5.
- 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