New features in DaVinci Resolve 10.1
DaVinci Resolve 10.1 is the latest version of the ever-improving colour grading system. In these seven free tutorials, totalling over 50 minutes of high quality learning, colorist and trainer Alexis Van Hurkman provides a hands-on walk through some key new features in DaVinci Resolve version 10.1.
If you enjoy Alexis’ training style you should definitely check out both his Color Correction Handbook 2nd Edition – a 600 page guide to becoming a colorist and his full Ripple Training tutorial series.
For a full list of what’s new in DaVinci Resolve 10.1 check out this link.
New Edit Page Features In Resolve 10.1
Using Color Trace in Resolve 10.1
New Organisation Features in Resolve 10.1
3D Stereoscopic Features in Resolve 10.1
Copying Grades in Resolve 10.1
Even More New Features in Resolve 10.1
DaVinci Resolve 10 Workflow Tutorials
In this excellent and extremely in-depth tutorial editor Scott Freeman talks through his preferred workflow for file-management for offline/online finishing using Avid and Resolve. (Thanks to @panoptikTV for the link!)
If you’re wondering how to get your Adobe Premiere Pro timeline into DaVinci Resolve then this tutorial from ‘Muto’ will take you through each and every step.
In the next tutorial Chadwick Shoults demonstrates how to make dailies for editing in Avid with DaVinci Resolve 10.
In this tutorial filmmaker D.L. Watson talks through his Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera RAW workflow, involving Premiere Pro CC and DaVinci Resolve.
Colour Correction Basics
In these two tutorials Jae Solina, strolls through a couple of colour correction basics for anybody wanting to get a simple understanding of adjusting your white balance and adjusting your contrast.