DAVINCI RESOLVE 14
Color Grading & Editing
This DaVinci Resolve Course, will get you color grading like a pro, in No Time.No Film School
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Color Grading in DaVinci Resolve 14 – Simplified
This is the easiest and fastest DaVinci Resolve online Course.
This course is designed with the absolute beginner in mind. No prior knowledge of DaVinci Resolve or color grading is required.
Editing in DaVinci Resolve 14 – Simplified
learn how to edit your footage without having to round-trip or pay for an NLE.
You only pay once
This course will update with future Resolve versions – free of charge
Titles are clear for easy reference.
Alex Jordan is the founder of LearnColorGrading.com and FilmSimplified.com
He’s a DP, colorist and editor who’s worked with global companies such as Mercedes, L’Oreal, and Mars. Alex is passionate about teaching, color grading and filmmaking.
This would have cut a great deal of time off of my learning curve if it was available when I started.Woody Sanford
It's really a challenge to create a course that neither moves along with the material too fast or too slow. This one moved along at a very pleasing pace. I never felt lost because it was going too fast or bored because it was going slow.Billy Sheahan
Very informative and thoroughly explained. Alex is a great teacher.
Easily the best DaVinci Resolve course online. Thank you Alex.Aksel Rifman
Hands down one of the best DaVinci Resolve learning courses I have come across.Miguel E-Noel
Straight Forward Awesome Course.
I’ve learnt what others might take months if not years to learn within just a couple of days.
Fast and to the point. Thanks Alex.Patrick
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Color Grading Course Curriculum
Introduction to Davinci Resolve – Downloading the Lite Version.
Why Color your Footage with Davinci Resolve ?
How to Download Davinci Resolve
Understanding the Interface and Main Controls
Intro to the Different Interfaces of Davinci Resolve
Download Optional Course Footage
Exploring the Different Effects and Controls of the Color Tab
General Control of Effects + Using the Mouse Wheel
General Project Settings in Davinci Resolve Projects
Learning to Reset Effects and Individual Parameters
Dealing with the Timeline and the Different
Controlling and Panning the Monitor when Zoomed-in
Importing your Footage and Preparing the Project
Creating Folders and Multiple Timelines Inside your Project
Importing EDLs (Edit Decision Lists)
Importing your Footage and Dealing with Different File Formats and Codecs
Color Concepts and Lingo
What’s the Difference between Color Correction and Color Grading?
Understanding Color Saturation
Understanding the 3 Main Ranges: Highlights, Midtones and Shadows
Intro into Power Windows and their Uses
Showing Hidden Power Windows
Introduction into Keying and its Different Types
Understanding Primary Colors – How they’re Different from Secondary Colors
What are Scopes and How to Read them ?
Understanding LUTs (Look up Tables) – How to Use them
Understanding and Working with Nodes
The Outside Node – What is it and when to use it?
Parallel and Layer Nodes: What are the differences between them ?
When to Use a Splitter / Combiner Node
Where to add Nodes in the Nodes Structure?
How to Activate / Deactivate Nodes
Grouping Shots and Node Levels
Primaries and Log controls – When to Use each?
Understanding Curves – How are they Different?
Sat vs. Sat
Prevent Color Problems and Breakup (especially in DSLR footage)
Key Tab (the Node Opacity)
The Keyframing Tab – Why we use keyframing ?
Understanding and Dealing with Qualifiers in Davinci Resolve
Power Windows Tracking and Selective Tracking Color Match
Hue and tint controls
The point tracker
Controlling the Image
Understanding the Blur Tab and its Effects +
How to Deal with it
How to Change the Sizing of your image
How to Stabilize your Footage in Davinci Resolve
Matching Different Shots and Styles
Getting references and comparing your image
Saving and Comparing Different Versions of your Grade
Tips and Tricks
The Auto Color Button
How to Append a Vignette from a Saved Reference
Using Pre-Selected Color Ranges
Dealing with Small Screen Resolutions
Exporting and Delivery
The Export ( Delivery ) Tab
Deliver page updates
Popular Coloring Styles and Concepts
Grading Against a Graded Image
High Key vs. Low Key Coloring
The Cross Processing Look
The Golden Look
The Bleach Bypass Look
Desaturate Different Color Ranges
Isolating and Stylizing Highlights
Real Footage Grading Sessions from Real Projects
Editing Course Curriculum
The different versions of Resolve
Downloading and installing Resolve
Intro into the different interfaces of Davinci Resolve
Understanding the main preferences in Resolve
Importing media and creating your project
Importing files and the Media tab
Scene cut detection
Smart folders and metadata
Saving and archiving your project
New – Metadata in edit
Timeline proxy mode
What is a proxy file?
Optimized media 2
Convert instead of optimize
Exploring the edit tab
Adding clips to your timeline
Adding video-only or audio-only to your timeline
Inserting clip into gap
Tagging your files
The normal edit mode
The trim edit mode
Compound clips and nested sequences
Fade in and out handles
Select clips backward or forward
Saving clip with settings
Displaying audio waveform as an overlay
Keyframing and speed changing
Speed change and retiming
12.5 retiming enhancements
Titles and Generators
12.5 titles enhancements
Clip vs. Track
Clip vs. track mixer
Adding effects to track
The Delivery page
NEW – Presets
Real editing sample