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DaVinci Resolve 9 Training
Day 1: Basics
- Setup and Interface—Designing a color grading environment; configuring your system; managing DaVinci users, projects, storage volumes, and media pools; getting around the new DaVinci interface; software-only operation vs control surfaces.
- Using Scopes—DaVinci's high-performance instruments provide detailed feedback for color-critical decisionmaking. Learn to get the most out of your color suite's waveform monitors, vectorscope, and histograms, using them for both technical and artistic guidance.
- Primary Corrections—Use the color wheels, mixers, Camera Raw panel, and Primary controls to adjust each shot's overall exposure and color balance
- Qualifiers—Selectively adjust specific parts of a video image on the basis of hue, saturation, or luma constraints
- Power Windows and Tracking—Create vignettes, relight scenes, and isolate specific surfaces in your shot for adjustment
Day 2: Workflows and Advanced Techniques
- Managing Nodes—Configure node trees to avoid redundant isolation work and create nuanced looks
- Balance and Consistency—Color-theoretical strategies to create balance and structure in individual shots and harmonize successive shots in an edit
- To and From the NLE—Send projects to and from Final Cut, Avid, and Premiere; online and offline workflows; conform to changes in your edit
- ColorTrace, Scene Detection
- Managing Grades—Recycle grades between shots and projects, maintain a library of looks, manage and apply LUTs
- Workshop: Creating moods—Working with their own clips or clips from our extensive library, the class will use all of DaVinci's tools to develop complete moods for short edits. We'll then workshop each student's color grade, with the instructor providing expert feedback and fellow students providing reactions as well as examples of their own personal approaches.
A cool feature in Photoshop CS 6 is the ability to break a text object into individual glpyhs that can be altered and animated individually.
To keep this tutorial simple, it focuses on animating 3D characters within Photoshop CS 6.
Click on the title of this blog to read the full tutorial.
Whether you are a Final Cut Pro user, Avid Media Composer user, or Premiere user, we'd like to introduce you to Adobe On Location. In our opinion, this is an incredible application that is sometimes overlooked in the professional video industry.
It ships with the Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium. Trust us on this one, this software is really a nice addition to any video production professional.
Do you own a HDV camera which records to MiniDV cassette tapes,
and have wondered what to do about it? I have given my Canon XHA1S the evil eye
for some time now, but have not decided to upgrade to another model. The
technological advances come so fast that it is difficult to make a reasonable
choice, and waiting a few months may be priceless.
Adobe On Location may be the tool that helps you improve your footage until you are certain of what to do after HDV.
Continue reading for a full text transcript of this Photoshop CS5 tutorial.
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