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- Oct 28th, 2014
DaVinci Resolve is a high-end, color grading package and full-featured video editing software rolled into one. Get up and running fast with this introductory course by expert colorist Andrew Balis.
Color grading (a.k.a color correction) is a filmmaking post-production craft where science and art intersect. In this introductory course, by Hollywood colorist Andrew Balis, you see the power of DaVinci Resolve software and why it is fast becoming the film and video industry’s color grading software standard.
In this overview, you learn the basics from getting around the interface to setting up to color correct your first Resolve project. You start by configuring the preferences and project settings. Next, you learn all about DaVinci’s unique media management and organization. From there, you dive into the timeline and working with clips.
When you complete this course you are all set to immerse yourself in Andrew’s more advanced courses on the art of color grading where he –with tons of example footage– dives into all the tools and techniques of DaVinci Resolve. So get ready to master the art of color grading with the master colorist himself: Andrew Balis.
- DaVinci Resolve 101: Getting Started
- DaVinci Resolve 102: The Color Page & Video Scopes
- DaVinci Resolve 103: Primary Color Grading
- DaVinci Resolve 104: Secondary Color Grading
- DaVinci Resolve 105: Managing Color Grades
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Excellent. In just over an hour of casual viewing I feel I have a much better understanding of a complex program that is often not all that intuitive. Perfect for beginners!
Andrew Balis is on point with the easy and clarity of his instructional content. I have to use the note taking feature that is part of the interface when I retake this tutorial, there is that much information given.