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Skills you will master
- DaVinci Resolve
- Media Pool
- Media Manager
- Editing Basic
- Learning Basic
- Compund Clips
- Nested Clips
- Sync Audio
- Multicam Edits
- Dynamic Zoom
- Blending Controls
- Retime Controls
- Retime Curve Editor
- Media Generator
- Video Filters
- Audio Editor
- Audio Mixer
- Davinci Resolve Colour
- Camera RAW
- Auto Colour
- HSL Qualifier
- RGB Qualifier
- Luminance Qualifier
- 3D Qualifier
- Power Window
- Vector Masks
- Motion Tracking
- Sizing Palette
- Node Editor
Jobs you will be eligible for
- Data Analyst
- DaVinci Resolve Video Editor
- Audio Video Editor
- Graphic & Web Designer
- Assistant Video Editor
- FCP Editor
- AV Editor
- Film Editor
- VFX Artist
- Digital Content Producer
- Video Editor - Consultant
- Sound Engineer
- Motion Graphic Designer
- Video Film Editor
About DaVinci Resolve:
- Software Backgrounder:
DaVinci Reolve from BlackMagic Design happens to be the worlds leading System for Colour Correction and Colour Grading.
DaVinci Systems introduced its first Colour Correction System called The Wiz back in the early 1980s and it was a hardware oriented Analogue Colour Correction System.
In the mid 80s DaVinci introduced its popular Colour Correction System called DaVinci Classic which was a combination of a Computer and Hardware Systems and an External Control Unit. This was a phenomenal hit in the Television and Feature Film Industry.
DaVinci Renascence soon followed in the early 90s with better Hardware and Computer Systems as it was available back in those days. Colour processing still was done in an Analogue method.
Mid 90s saw the introduction of DaVinci Resolve Renascence 888, significant improvement being addition of Digital Colour Processing over Analogue Colour Processing.
Late 90s saw the introduction of DaVinci Resolve 2k and 2K Plus which addressed the requirement of Colour correction of High Definition Video and works with 2k resolution. This resembled the present day working conditions.
Meanwhile DaVinci Systems was taken over by BlackMagic Design and when the DaVinci Resolve was launched in early 2000s it was soon to set path for a Next Generation Colour Correction and Colour Grading System that will become the leader among Colour Correction and Colour Grading Systems worldwide.
- Applications and Usage:
DaVinci Resolve happens to be the forerunner among feature film colouring and colour grading software available in the marketplace today. It it the most widely used colouring software used for colouring and colour grading of feature films worldwide. The main advantage of this software other than having the most advanced colour correction suits is that its compatible with EDLs of the leading Non Linear Edit Systems in the world like Final cut, Avid, Première Pro.
DaVinci Resolved when it was launched as a Software platform in 2004 moving away from Hardware and Analogue Colour Correction of the 1980s and 1990s the software was mainly developed keeping colouring and colour grading in mind. But gradually over a decade it has evolved to become a full fledged Post Production suite which encompass the fields of Non Linear Editing alongside Colour Grading and Colour Correction which happens to be its core functionality. In the Non Linear Editing sphere it has gained immense mileage being able to incorporate advanced features like Multicam Editing, Special Effects Transitions, Open FX Video Effects, Video Titling.
Its quite evident in the coming years DaVinci Resolve will stand out on its own as a leader in the post production industry which will encompass the field of Video Editing as well.
- Software Architecture and System Requirements:
DaVinci Resolve happens to be the most resource intensive software programme available out there when it comes to the field of Audio and Video so careful considerations should be made before running DaVinci Resolve. Unlike the DaVinci Lite, DaVinci resolve has some dedicated Hardware AddOns and the main unit happens to be the Resolve Control Interface. Other than the proprietary hardware console you need professional Hi Rez Dual Monitor Display Systems to support your work flow. To have a proper working comfort level with DaVinci Resolve you can’t depend on traditional Magnetic Hard Drives that are used in Desktops. You need to install Solid State Disc Hard Drives or have access to powerful NAS or powerful SAN systems. If you run on traditional Hard Drives the speed will be not sufficient enough to give you real time preview and playback of the RAW files on which you will be working on.
Other than having SSD as HDD is absolutely important to have a GPU with over 2GB of Memory. You will be able to work with 4K files if you have 4GB GPU memory. When it comes to the CPU, you will have a better performance with dual CPU than computers with single CPUs. When it comes to RAM its absolutely important that you have minimum 16GB RAM installed.
DaVinci Resolve Course Description
DaVinci Resolve has gradually become from a Colour Grading and Correction software to a full fledged post production suite that encompass the fields of Colouring, Non Linear Editing, Multicam Editing and Title Creation. So naturally the course encompass all the aspects of post production that can be done with DaVinci Resolve.
In this courses you will know about various aspects and workings of DaVinci Resolve. You will learn about the DaVinci Resolve Workflow and its pipeline. You will also get a brief insight on Digital Cameras. You will get to learn what is the RESLOVE system and get an understanding about its interface. You will learn how to do Project setting and Manage Database. You will get acquainted with various features of the Editing Mode and learn about Conforming. You will know all that is there about Colour correction and Primary and Secondary Colour Grading. You will also get to learn about Shot Matching and Rendering and Delivering.
What are the requirements/pre-requisites?
As DaVinci is a professional colouring and colour grading tool, having an idea of Non Linear Video Editing process will help a lot in mastering this course. If not, then if you have been exposed to Lightroom and Photoshop that will be helpful too in understanding the software. You should have basic computer skills and understanding of video gets edited in the Non Linear Environment with the help of computers.
Target Audience for this training
This Tutorial on Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve has been targeted to film making students worldwide. Students who are interested to go into the Video and Film Post production industry must learn this Software to get an idea of how Colouring and Colour Grading is done in the professional world. This course is also beneficial to professional Non Linear Editors as with each recent upgrade of Resolve its becoming a more robust Film Editor alongside its world famous colouring module. General Film making students will also find this course interesting as they will get to know how profession approach to colouring is taken and what are the work-flows that are involved in the process of colouring and colour grading.
- I am very new to DaVinci Resolve. Will it be difficult to learn DaVinci Resolve?
Though DaVinci is a professional level colouring software made for colouring of feature films, this course on DaVinci Resolve we have designed keeping novices in mind. So if you are new to DaVinci Resolve you can start learning it from scratch.
- What career can I build after learning DaVinci Resolve?
Resolve happens to be the most popular Colouring and Colour Grading software available in the market today. Its used in most
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