5rt Davinci Resolve 9 Core Training
DaVinci Resolve 9 Core Training
DaVinci Resolve 9 Core Training


Grading describes the process of adjusting the color, contrast, and overall look of a film or video as part of the finishing process. It is during this stage that a colorist works his or her magic to create visual continuity throughout each scene, fixes or adjusts lighting and quality issues encountered during the shoot, and shapes the overall look and mood of a film by adding visual style. DaVinci Resolve 9 sets a new standard for color grading and digital mastering, and is used on many of the most popular feature films, television shows, commercials, music videos, and documentaries you watch every day.

With a running time of 11 hours, our goal is give you a complete picture of the color grading process, from project import and conform through final rendering and output. This tutorial is suitable for learning both the commercial version of Resolve 9, and the Lite version, which is available as a free download on the Blackmagic Design web site.

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We deliver the tutorial in 2 ways - as a download using Apple's iTunes software or as a shippable USB drive.

The movies that are delivered through iTunes are available in either 720p or 1080p versions. Once the transaction is complete, a link to the tutorial will be generated and sent to the email address you provided in your contact information. For further details on how to access the movies within iTunes click here.

The USB Edition is an 8GB flash drive shipped with either the 720p or 1080p movies pre-installed.

If you plan on syncing the movies with your Apple iPad, please note that 1080p versions are only compatible with 3rd and 4th generation iPads. 720p versions are compatible with all iPads.

Buy 1080p iTunes Edition - $89.99
BUY 1080P USB EDITION - $99.99


Alexis Van Hurkman

Alexis Van Hurkman divides his time working as a colorist, writer, and director. Based in Saint Paul, his popular "Color Correction Handbook" has been acknowledged as an industry reference in the field of color grading. He’s graded a variety of programs that have aired on The History Channel, The Learning Channel, and BBC Four, features and shorts that have played at the Telluride and Sundance film festivals, and video art pieces that have been exhibited at the NYC Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. When not grading (or writing about grading), he writes and directs works of fiction; his first feature, “Four Weeks, Four Hours,” has screened at  festivals around the world.

DaVinci Resolve 9 Core Training