The amount of features, tools, options, and settings available in DaVinci Resolve 12.5 is immense. This in-depth tutorial provides you with project media so that you can follow along at your own pace, and enjoy the benefits of a hands-on learning experience.
Focus On Media That Matters
One critical aspect of working efficiently, is to sort through your media quickly. This training will give you a thorough understanding of how to harness Resolve’s metadata tools to help you find what you’re looking for.
Master Your Metadata
The ability to use all of the sorting and filtering options in Resolve can’t do much for you without good metadata. You’ll learn how you can can quickly add and modify large batches of clip metadata, and apply keywords using Resolve’s autofill options.
Get That Syncing Feeling
This training will show you how to use some incredibly useful pre-editing tools, such as automatic and manual audio syncing, and how to apply a pre-grade to your clips using Resolve’s Built-in Color Management
This tutorial is for anyone who needs to get up to speed quickly in DaVinci Resolve 12.5. Users who have no prior experience with Resolve or users coming from another editing platform will benefit from this training.
Software Version: DaVinci Resolve 12.5 and later. A tutorial update may be available in the future, see our Upgrade Policy for more details.
Alexis Van Hurkman is a writer, director, and colorist. His award-winning short film “The Place Where You Live” played 18 festivals in 2015, while his feature “Four Weeks, Four Hours” screened at festivals around the world in 2006. As a colorist, he’s graded programs that have aired on The History Channel, The Learning Channel, and the BBC, 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 and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Alexis has also authored and contributed to over twenty books and user manuals on post-production, including two editions of the industry standard “Color Correction Handbook,” and five editions of the DaVinci Resolve User Manual.Full Bio