DaVinci Resolve 12 Essential Training

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.

Free Download - DaVinci Resolve 12 Essential Training
Author Patrick Inhofer
Publish Date 2/2/2016
Skill Beginner
Duration 15h 43m
Topic Color Correction
Video Tutorials 168
Last Update 9/22/2017

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.

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

DaVinci Resolve 12 Essential Training : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 47s
  • About the media used in this title6m 54s
  • Using this footage4m 3s
  • About this rig4m 5s
  • Who should watch this chapter?1m 12s
  • The new single-user mode1m 15s
  • The new user interface in 4 minutes4m 31s
  • Useful new keyboard shortcuts4m 31s
  • Five don't-miss features in 4 minutes5m 17s
  • Simple clip relinking2m 30s
  • Media Storage favorite shortcuts1m 39s
  • Smart Bins2m 15s
  • Smooth Cut for jump cut edits2m 16s
  • Timeline Smart Filters3m 28s
  • Revealing Resolve's order of operations pipeline1m 49s
  • Bezier handles in Resolve 123m 49s
  • Compound nodes3m 5s
  • Tracker: The new 3D perspective tracker2m 20s
  • Tracker: The new "frame" behavior4m 5s
  • Group grading: Collapsing grades to the clip level2m 13s
  • Keying: The new 3D keyer3m 3s
  • Keying: New Clean Black and Clean White tools2m 17s
  • Media Management panel3m 11s
  • Avid Pro Tools export2m 2s
  • Who uses DaVinci Resolve?3m 35s
  • Overview: The DaVinci Resolve toolset6m
  • DaVinci Resolve vs. DaVinci Resolve Studio12m 54s
  • Building a Resolve system: Overview7m 21s
  • Building a Resolve system: Computer hardware7m 50s
  • Building a Resolve system: Monitors and calibration8m 19s
  • Installing and launching DaVinci Resolve for the first time4m 42s
  • Updating from earlier versions of DaVinci Resolve8m 23s
  • The default database: Disk based7m 7s
  • Single-user and multi-user modes3m 9s
  • Creating new projects and importing the course database11m 26s
  • Relinking media3m 1s
  • Overview of the Resolve interface7m 34s
  • Customizing your workspace (NEW)8m 38s
  • Resolve System Preferences5m 23s
  • Essential Project Settings7m 20s
  • Tweaking preferences for better performance (NEW)6m 31s
  • Overview: The Media page11m 4s
  • Overview: The Edit page13m 44s
  • Overview: The Color page5m 57s
  • Overview: The Deliver page4m 22s
  • Overview: Dual monitor setup6m 27s
  • The Documentary: Analyzing and importing footage6m 19s
  • The Documentary: Creating the timeline7m 29s
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML file, method 16m 29s
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML file, method 23m 5s
  • Navigating the Edit page11m 23s
  • Organizing your media with Smart Bins3m 31s
  • Keyboard shortcuts for editing5m 6s
  • Keyboard mapping3m 49s
  • Additional timeline commands6m 23s
  • Working in the Edit mode7m 38s
  • Working in the Trim mode11m
  • Trimming in the Source Viewer3m 1s
  • Track targeting 1015m 36s
  • Working with audio9m 14s
  • The Clip Inspector6m 52s
  • Working with titles6m 6s
  • Transitions, effects, and clip properties7m 19s
  • How to prepare a timeline for color correction9m 30s
  • Exporting XMLs and self-contained reference movies from your NLE7m 49s
  • Conforming a timeline with an XML file7m 43s
  • Checking the conform with a reference movie11m 40s
  • Automatic scene cut detection: Getting started4m 29s
  • Automatic scene cut detection: Pruning your edits7m 1s
  • Automatic scene cut detection: Reconstructing the timeline5m 35s
  • Automatic scene cut detection: Dealing with dissolves5m 52s
  • Creative spotting session: Selecting hero shots and timeline filtering8m 14s
  • Using scopes: Analyzing contrast and exposure12m 45s
  • Using scopes: Analyzing color and saturation7m 9s
  • Using the vectorscope: Analyzing color and saturation6m 44s
  • Working with the Broadcast Safe filter6m 23s
  • Using video scopes to analyze the hero shots8m 7s
  • Colorist lingo: What is a primary correction?5m 9s
  • Primary color wheels: The Offset control9m 20s
  • Primary color wheels: Lift Gamma Gain brightness9m 37s
  • Primary color wheels: Lift Gamma Gain color changes6m 48s
  • The primary sliders and YRGB processing9m 55s
  • Color wheels: Getting faster with keyboard modifiers3m 56s
  • Understanding the Contrast and Pivot controls7m 21s
  • Adjusting hue and saturation4m 57s
  • The RGB mixer8m 48s
  • Using curves as primary corrections6m 25s
  • Colorist lingo: What are raw and log formats and lookup tables (LUTs)?8m 25s
  • Intro to color correcting: Raw5m 4s
  • Intro to color correcting: Log with LUTs6m 19s
  • In action: Hero shot and primary grades14m 8s
  • Lingo: What is a serial node?5m 48s
  • Adding, connecting, deleting, and resetting serial nodes11m 31s
  • Node macros: Splitter/Combiner nodes4m 56s
  • Specialty nodes: The Layer Mixer node and Parallel node5m 42s
  • Using composite modes in the Layer Mixer node5m 13s
  • Colorist lingo: What is a secondary correction?3m 33s
  • Custom curves as secondary corrections7m 47s
  • Log wheels as secondary corrections6m 46s
  • Color wheels: Highlight and shadow controls3m 40s
  • Color wheels: Color boost and midtone detail controls3m 40s
  • Using the Hue vs. curves6m 40s
  • Using the Lum vs. and the Sat vs. curves4m 23s
  • Targeting corrections with the Hue/Saturation/Luminance (HSL) keyer8m 5s
  • Understanding the HSL Matte Finesse controls5m 48s
  • Targeting corrections with the new 3D keyer7m 15s
  • Limiting HSL and 3D keys with Power Windows4m 29s
  • Colorist lingo: What is a vignette?2m 27s
  • Power window fundamentals: Basic controls3m 47s
  • Power window fundamentals: Manipulating shapes6m 23s
  • Power window fundamentals: Adding and copying and pasting shapes4m 23s
  • Color correcting with power windows2m 44s
  • Node macros: The Add Outside node9m 19s
  • Power windows with the Tracker8m 41s
  • Fine-tuning your tracking8m 29s
  • In action: Hero shots and secondary corrections15m 4s
  • Colorist lingo: What is shot matching? (Keynote)4m 58s
  • Shot match workflow: Matching exposure9m 16s
  • Shot match workflow: Matching color9m 45s
  • The automatic Shot Match tool6m 41s
  • Overview: The Gallery3m 53s
  • Gallery: The Reference Wipe3m 15s
  • Gallery: Copying grades and nodes5m 29s
  • Versions: Flipping between multiple color corrections4m 40s
  • Matching skin tone: The fundamentals6m 29s
  • Matching skin tone: Examples9m 21s
  • Power grades: Understanding "stills on the go"6m 32s
  • In action: Hero shots and shot matching9m 2s
  • PowerGrades presets: How to find and use them6m 33s
  • Groups: Powerfully grading entire scenes at once7m 3s
  • Blur and sharpen: Fundamentals3m 57s
  • OpenFX: Using third-party plugins4m 18s
  • Render cache: Smart mode6m 8s
  • Keyframing fundamentals9m 2s
  • In action: Hero shots and looks, part 16m 45s
  • In action: Hero shots and looks, part 27m 42s
  • Rendering: Individual shots8m 17s
  • Deliver page: XMLs and delivering individual shots to editorial4m 57s
  • Rendering: A self-contained movie7m 24s
  • Organizational tips: Archiving your project9m 36s
  • Importing the update1m 47s
  • New minimum software requirements3m 29s
  • Obvious user interface changes5m 24s
  • Closer look: New menus5m 31s
  • Keyboard shortcuts: New commands worth mapping4m 37s
  • Save Status icon1m 11s
  • Frame delay option for Record Viewer3m 6s
  • Easily create diagnostic logs for Blackmagic support2m 17s
  • High-visibility power window outlines1m 17s
  • New project archiving, restoring, and exporting options2m 10s
  • Power bins in the Media Pool2m 33s
  • Deinterlacing and 3:2 pulldown insertion In depth4m 55s
  • Separate color space and gamma option1m 6s
  • Bins: New sorting and tagging options3m 21s
  • Conclusion44s
  • Additional color correction resources (Keynote)5m 1s
  • Goodbye (Keynote)3m 43s

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