Editing & Color Grading 101 in DaVinci Resolve 15


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  • Organize Media with Metadata
  • Master Powerful Trim Tools
  • Perform Primary Corrections
  • Create Motion Graphics with Fusion
  • Edit, Repair & Mix with Fairlight

Learn Powerful End-to-End Post Tools

Editing & Color Grading 101 in DaVinci Resolve 15 will guide you through Resolve’s complete post production workflow. You’ll start by learning best practices for setting up a project and organizing media. From there, you’ll edit and grade a project using the Edit and Color Pages before jumping into the Fusion Page to create motion graphics. We’ll show you how to edit and mix your soundtrack in the Fairlight Page, then output your work in the Deliver Page. In this excerpt, you’ll see how to control the linking behavior of clips in the timeline.

Learn Fast Color Grading Workflows

Once you complete your edit in the Edit Page, you’ll move into the Color Page to normalize your footage, which is to say, improve the dynamic range and color of your clips so they better match one another. You’ll also learn how to perform targeted color corrections using Windows and Qualifiers. And since time is money, you’ll learn valuable tips for quickly applying your grades and corrections to other clips in your timeline.

Create Motion Graphics in the Fusion Page

Fusion is a node-based effects, compositing and motion graphics tool built right into Resolve 15. You’ll begin your journey by learning how to set up multiple trackers for the purpose of stabilizing a shot. Once the shot is stabilized, you’ll add a title and animate it using a Text Modifier. Finally, you’ll apply what you’ve learned so far by tracking text to an object.

Edit & Mix Sound in the Fairlight Page

The Fairlight Page puts professional sound editing and mixing only a click away. You’ll learn how to properly organize a mix and perform basic sound editing tasks including how to repair audio using Fairlight FX. Additionally, you’ll learn how to perform automated dialogue replacement, otherwise known as ADR.

About the Author:

Spencer Meyer
Spencer Meyer is a writer, editor, and producer at Ripple Training who is passionate about visual storytelling and problem solving. He began his path of teaching, training, and advising during his 12 year career in the United States Marine Corps, where he taught and trained thousands of personnel across the globe (albeit, on a very different subject matter). Spencer brings his disciplined, highly-focused approach to both his training and storytelling.

1 review for Editing & Color Grading 101 in DaVinci Resolve 15

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Victor (verified owner)

    Great course on the basics of about everything you can do with DaVinci Resolve 15.

    It did have a few glitches, like files not named properly (not scene numbers but in stead the original file names), and even an occasional lost title from the DVR 14 course, but this was not of great impedance to following the course which was for the rest very good and well prepared!

    I did learn a thing or two :-)! No, actually, many things! A few new tools I never used before on the Edit page; a decent intro to Fusion; a renewed introduction to the Color page.

    I’m looking forward to the 202 edition of this course!

    Thanks to you all @Rippletraining !

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