Color Grading Toolkit

Are you looking to take your color grading to the next level?

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About this course

This is the solution to mastering DaVinci Resolve. Learn how to color grade with professional colorist Patrick Inhofer.  This toolkit contains more than $1,300 of training, resources, and software you need to jump-start your color grading workflow.

  • 22 hours of hands-on training for DaVinci Resolve
  • 1-hour Color Correction Fundamentals webinar
  • New features webinar for the next DaVinci Resolve
  • A collection of 75+ PowerGrades for your footage
  • A $250 gift certificate for live training at Future Media Concepts’ conferences or centers
  • A 45-day membership to MixingLight.com
  • Running a Color Correction Business guide

Curriculum

  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve 12 Insights
  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve 12 Deep Insights
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve 12 Insights
  • Welcome!
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Using the Practice Footage
  • About This Rig
  • What’s New for Colorists in Resolve 12.0?
  • Who Should Watch This Chapter
  • The New ‘Single User’ Login
  • The New Graphical User Interface, In 4 Minutes
  • Keyboard Shortcuts: Tips & Tricks
  • Five ‘Don’t Miss’ Features in 5 Minutes
  • The New (& Easy) ‘Relink’ Command
  • Saving Hard Drive Locations as ‘Favorites’
  • How to Create & Use ‘Smart Bins’
  • Two Ways of Using the ‘Smooth Cut’ Transition
  • The Hidden ‘Timeline Smart Filters’
  • Understanding Resolve’s ‘Order of Operations’
  • A Quick Tour of Bezier Handles in Resolve 12
  • What Are ‘Compound Nodes’?
  • The Tracker: Using the New ‘3D Perspective’ Option
  • The Tracker: Understanding the New ‘Frame’ Behavior
  • Group Grading: Collapsing Grades
  • Keying: Working with the New ‘3D Keyer’
  • Keying: The New ‘Clean Black’ / ‘Clean White’ Tools
  • A Tour of the New ‘Media Management’ Panel
  • Easy Exporting to Avid Pro Tools
  • Building A DaVinci Resolve System
  • Who Uses DaVinci Resolve?
  • Overview: The DaVinci Resolve Toolset
  • Davinci Resolve 12 vs. DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio
  • Building a Resolve System: Overview
  • Building a Resolve System: Computer Hardware
  • Building a Resolve System: Monitors & Calibration
  • Installing & Launching DaVinci Resolve for the First Time
  • Updating from an Earlier Version of DaVinci Resolve
  • Understanding Disk Databases, User Modes & Projects
  • Disk Databases: The New Default
  • Single-User & Multi-User Login Modes
  • Creating, Managing, Organizing, Importing, Exporting Projects & Databases
  • Getting Started with DaVinci Resolve 12
  • Overview of the Resolve Interface
  • Customizing Your Workspace
  • Essential System Preferences
  • Essential Project Settings
  • Tweaking Project Settings for Better Performance
  • Closer Look: The Media Page
  • Closer Look: The Edit Page
  • Closer Look: The Color Page
  • Closer Look: The Deliver Page
  • Closer Look: Dual Monitor Setup
  • The Documentary: Analyzing & Importing Footage
  • The Documentary: Creating the Timeline
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 1
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 2
  • Editing A Project In DaVinci Resolve 12
  • Navigating & Using the Edit Page
  • Organizing Your Media with Smart Bins
  • Mastering Keyboard Shortcuts
  • How to Customize Your Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Additional Timeline Commands
  • Working in the Edit Mode
  • Working in the Trim Mode
  • Trimming in the Source Viewer
  • Track Targeting 101
  • Working with Audio
  • The Clip Inspector
  • Working with Titles
  • Adding & Manipulating Transitions & Generators
  • Moving & Preparing A Timeline For Color Correction
  • How to Prepare a Timeline for Color Correction
  • Exporting XMLs & ‘Self-Contained’ Reference Movies
  • Conforming a Timeline in an XML Workflow
  • Checking the Conform with a Reference Movie
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Getting Started
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Pruning Your Edits
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Reconstructing the Timeline
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Dealing with Dissolves & Fades
  • Image Evaluation: Seeing Like A Colorist
  • In Action: Creative Spotting Session—Selecting ‘Hero Shots’
  • Using the Waveform: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Parade Scopes: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Vectorscope: Analyzing Color & Saturation
  • Working with the ‘Broadcast Safe Filter’
  • In Action: Using Video Scopes to Analyze the Hero Shots
  • Primary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Primary Correction?
  • Primary Color Wheels: The Offset Control
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Brightness Changes
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Color Changes
  • Primary Sliders & YRGB Processing
  • Color Wheels: Get Faster with Keyboard Modifiers
  • Understanding the Contrast & Pivot Controls
  • Adjusting Hue & Saturation
  • The RGB Mixer
  • Using Custom Curves as Primary Corrections
  • Colorist Lingo: What are RAW, LOG & LUTs?
  • Introduction to Color Correcting with RAW Controls
  • Introduction to Color Correcting LOG (or Flat Images) & LUTs
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Primary Color Grading
  • Understanding Nodes
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Serial Node?
  • Adding, Connecting, Deleting & Resetting Serial Nodes
  • ‘Node Macros’: The Splitter—Combiner Node
  • Specialty Nodes: The Layer Mixer Node
  • Using Composite Modes in the Layer Mixer Node
  • Secondary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Secondary Correction?
  • Custom Curves as Secondary Corrections
  • Log Color Wheels as Secondary Corrections
  • Color Wheels: Highlights & Shadows Controls
  • Color Wheels: Color Boost & Midtone Detail Controls
  • Using the ‘Hue vs.’ Curves
  • Using the ‘Lum vs.’ & ‘Sat vs.’ Curves
  • Targeting Corrections with the ‘Hue, Saturation, Luminance’ (HSL) Keyer
  • Understanding the HSL ‘Matte Finesse’ Controls
  • Targeting Corrections with the New 3D Keyer
  • Limiting HSL & 3D Keys with Power Windows
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Vignette?
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Basic Controls
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Manipulating Shapes
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Adding, Copying & Pasting Shapes
  • Color Correcting & Masking with Power Windows
  • Node Macros: The ‘Add Outside’ Command
  • Power Windows & The Tracker
  • Fine-tuning Your Tracking
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Secondary Corrections
  • Shot Matching
  • Colorist Lingo: What is Shot Matching?
  • Shot Matching Workflow I: The Base Grade
  • Shot Matching Workflow II: Matching Shots
  • The Automatic ‘Shot Match’ Tool
  • Gallery: Overview of Gallery & Memories
  • Gallery: The Reference Wipe
  • Gallery: Copying Grades & Nodes
  • Versions: Flipping Between Multiple Color Corrections
  • Matching Skin Tone: The Fundamentals
  • Matching Skin Tone: Examples
  • Power Grades: Understanding ‘Stills on the Go’
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Shot Matching
  • Building Looks: Essential Tools
  • PowerGrade Presets: Where to Find & How to Use Them?
  • Groups: Powerfully Grading Entire Scenes at Once
  • Blur & Sharpen: Fundamentals
  • OpenFX: Using Third-Party Plugins
  • Discover the ‘Smart Render’ Caching System
  • Keyframing Fundamentals
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks I
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks II
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Deliver Page: Rendering Individual Shots
  • Deliver Page: Checking Your Renders Before Delivering to Your Client
  • Deliver Page: Rendering a Single Self-Contained Movie
  • Organization Tips: Media Managing Your Project for Archiving
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve 12 Insights
  • Additional Color Correction Resources
  • Goodbye
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve 12 Deep Insights
  • Welcome
  • What You Need to Know Before Starting This Course
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Advanced Database Concepts
  • ‘Studio’ Databases: Creating PostGres Databases
  • Finding & Connecting to Disconnected PostGres Databases
  • Backing Up PostGres Databases
  • Restoring Databases
  • Updating Existing Studio Databases
  • Working with Multiple Users
  • Unlocking Users
  • Additional Media & Edit Page Concepts
  • Using the ‘Take Selector’
  • Compound Clips: Creating & Editing
  • Compound Clips: Grading
  • Working with Nested Timelines
  • Copy & Paste Video / Audio Attributes
  • Media Management: When to Use It
  • Media Management: Rules of the Road
  • Media Management: Understanding the Options
  • Conforming Timelines vs. Relinking Media
  • Relinking Media vs. ‘Change Source Folder’
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Primary Corrections
  • Implications of Resolve’s 32-bit Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Optimizing Your Workflow for Resolve’s Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Grading at the Track Level
  • The Sizing Menu: Overview
  • The Sizing Menu: Input vs. Edit Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Node Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Output Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Changing & Protecting Your Aspect Ratio
  • Staying Organized: Compound Nodes
  • Changing Serial Node Color Spaces
  • LAB Color Space Tips
  • YUV Color Space Tips
  • Y-Only vs. YRGB Adjustments
  • Luma Mix: Emulating Avid Symphony Curves in DaVinci Resolve
  • Colorist Lingo: What Are 1D & 3D LUTs?
  • Create, Export, Import, & Organize Your Own LUTs
  • LUT Creation Mistakes
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Secondaries & Shot Matching
  • Tracker: Stabilization
  • Advanced Tracking: Interactive Mode
  • Understanding & Controlling Key Inputs
  • Grading the Key Signal
  • Blur: Sharpening & Coring Softness
  • Blur: Mist Controls
  • Combining Power Windows with Blur & Sharpen
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Introduction & Gallery Grades
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Versions & Groups
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Neighbors & Selected
  • Comparing Shots: Wipe Timeline Clips
  • HSL Keyer: Split Screen View & Highlight Modes
  • The Lightbox: An Alternative Timeline View
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Timeline-Level Grades
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Group Grades
  • Studio-Only Tools & Workflows
  • Spatial Noise Reduction
  • Temporal Noise Reduction
  • Noise Reduction Tips
  • Motion Blur
  • Increasing Playback Performance
  • The ‘Optimize Media’ Workflow
  • The Proxies Workflow
  • Understanding User Caching
  • User Cache vs. Smart Cache
  • Proxies vs. Optimized Media vs. Caching
  • Color Management in Resolve 12
  • What Is Resolve Color Management (RCM)?
  • Options for Resolve Color Management & ACES
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Rendering Multiple Outputs
  • Using the Archive Feature
  • Exporting to ProTools
  • Exporting Using EasyDCP
  • In Action: Cold Open - The Base Grade
  • About ‘In Action’ & the ‘Cold Open’
  • Your Plan of Attack: The 3-Pass Workflow
  • Shot Selection
  • The Base Grade: Working with Ven
  • The Base Grade: Safari
  • The Base Grade: Finishing Off Ven & the Safari
  • The Base Grade: Grading at Full Speed
  • The Base Grade: Saving a Shot at Full Speed
  • In Action: Cold Open - Shot Matching
  • Evaluation of Base Grade
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 3
  • Shot Matching: Mountain
  • Shot Matching: Ven
  • In Action: Building a Look
  • Pay Attention to the “The Singularity Effect”
  • Cold Open: Grouping & Setting Looks
  • Cold Open: Enhancing Interviews
  • Cold Open: Stylizing with Plugins
  • Cold Open: Closing Thoughts
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve 12 Deep Insights
  • Goodbye
  • Bonus Downloads
  • Power Grades
  • FMC: $250 Off Training
  • MixingLight.com membership
  • Running a Color Correction Business Guide
  • Webinars
  • New Features Webinar for the Next DaVinci Resolve
  • Why Is Color Grading So Hard (and what you can do about it)?

About this course

This is the solution to mastering DaVinci Resolve. Learn how to color grade with professional colorist Patrick Inhofer.  This toolkit contains more than $1,300 of training, resources, and software you need to jump-start your color grading workflow.

  • 22 hours of hands-on training for DaVinci Resolve
  • 1-hour Color Correction Fundamentals webinar
  • New features webinar for the next DaVinci Resolve
  • A collection of 75+ PowerGrades for your footage
  • A $250 gift certificate for live training at Future Media Concepts’ conferences or centers
  • A 45-day membership to MixingLight.com
  • Running a Color Correction Business guide

Curriculum

  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve 12 Insights
  • Exercise Files: DaVinci Resolve 12 Deep Insights
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve 12 Insights
  • Welcome!
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Using the Practice Footage
  • About This Rig
  • What’s New for Colorists in Resolve 12.0?
  • Who Should Watch This Chapter
  • The New ‘Single User’ Login
  • The New Graphical User Interface, In 4 Minutes
  • Keyboard Shortcuts: Tips & Tricks
  • Five ‘Don’t Miss’ Features in 5 Minutes
  • The New (& Easy) ‘Relink’ Command
  • Saving Hard Drive Locations as ‘Favorites’
  • How to Create & Use ‘Smart Bins’
  • Two Ways of Using the ‘Smooth Cut’ Transition
  • The Hidden ‘Timeline Smart Filters’
  • Understanding Resolve’s ‘Order of Operations’
  • A Quick Tour of Bezier Handles in Resolve 12
  • What Are ‘Compound Nodes’?
  • The Tracker: Using the New ‘3D Perspective’ Option
  • The Tracker: Understanding the New ‘Frame’ Behavior
  • Group Grading: Collapsing Grades
  • Keying: Working with the New ‘3D Keyer’
  • Keying: The New ‘Clean Black’ / ‘Clean White’ Tools
  • A Tour of the New ‘Media Management’ Panel
  • Easy Exporting to Avid Pro Tools
  • Building A DaVinci Resolve System
  • Who Uses DaVinci Resolve?
  • Overview: The DaVinci Resolve Toolset
  • Davinci Resolve 12 vs. DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio
  • Building a Resolve System: Overview
  • Building a Resolve System: Computer Hardware
  • Building a Resolve System: Monitors & Calibration
  • Installing & Launching DaVinci Resolve for the First Time
  • Updating from an Earlier Version of DaVinci Resolve
  • Understanding Disk Databases, User Modes & Projects
  • Disk Databases: The New Default
  • Single-User & Multi-User Login Modes
  • Creating, Managing, Organizing, Importing, Exporting Projects & Databases
  • Getting Started with DaVinci Resolve 12
  • Overview of the Resolve Interface
  • Customizing Your Workspace
  • Essential System Preferences
  • Essential Project Settings
  • Tweaking Project Settings for Better Performance
  • Closer Look: The Media Page
  • Closer Look: The Edit Page
  • Closer Look: The Color Page
  • Closer Look: The Deliver Page
  • Closer Look: Dual Monitor Setup
  • The Documentary: Analyzing & Importing Footage
  • The Documentary: Creating the Timeline
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 1
  • The Documentary: Importing an XML, Method 2
  • Editing A Project In DaVinci Resolve 12
  • Navigating & Using the Edit Page
  • Organizing Your Media with Smart Bins
  • Mastering Keyboard Shortcuts
  • How to Customize Your Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Additional Timeline Commands
  • Working in the Edit Mode
  • Working in the Trim Mode
  • Trimming in the Source Viewer
  • Track Targeting 101
  • Working with Audio
  • The Clip Inspector
  • Working with Titles
  • Adding & Manipulating Transitions & Generators
  • Moving & Preparing A Timeline For Color Correction
  • How to Prepare a Timeline for Color Correction
  • Exporting XMLs & ‘Self-Contained’ Reference Movies
  • Conforming a Timeline in an XML Workflow
  • Checking the Conform with a Reference Movie
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Getting Started
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Pruning Your Edits
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Reconstructing the Timeline
  • Automatic Scene Cut Detection: Dealing with Dissolves & Fades
  • Image Evaluation: Seeing Like A Colorist
  • In Action: Creative Spotting Session—Selecting ‘Hero Shots’
  • Using the Waveform: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Parade Scopes: Analyzing Contrast, Exposure & Color Balance
  • Using the Vectorscope: Analyzing Color & Saturation
  • Working with the ‘Broadcast Safe Filter’
  • In Action: Using Video Scopes to Analyze the Hero Shots
  • Primary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Primary Correction?
  • Primary Color Wheels: The Offset Control
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Brightness Changes
  • Primary Color Wheels: Lift/Gamma/Gain & Color Changes
  • Primary Sliders & YRGB Processing
  • Color Wheels: Get Faster with Keyboard Modifiers
  • Understanding the Contrast & Pivot Controls
  • Adjusting Hue & Saturation
  • The RGB Mixer
  • Using Custom Curves as Primary Corrections
  • Colorist Lingo: What are RAW, LOG & LUTs?
  • Introduction to Color Correcting with RAW Controls
  • Introduction to Color Correcting LOG (or Flat Images) & LUTs
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Primary Color Grading
  • Understanding Nodes
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Serial Node?
  • Adding, Connecting, Deleting & Resetting Serial Nodes
  • ‘Node Macros’: The Splitter—Combiner Node
  • Specialty Nodes: The Layer Mixer Node
  • Using Composite Modes in the Layer Mixer Node
  • Secondary Color Correction Tools
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Secondary Correction?
  • Custom Curves as Secondary Corrections
  • Log Color Wheels as Secondary Corrections
  • Color Wheels: Highlights & Shadows Controls
  • Color Wheels: Color Boost & Midtone Detail Controls
  • Using the ‘Hue vs.’ Curves
  • Using the ‘Lum vs.’ & ‘Sat vs.’ Curves
  • Targeting Corrections with the ‘Hue, Saturation, Luminance’ (HSL) Keyer
  • Understanding the HSL ‘Matte Finesse’ Controls
  • Targeting Corrections with the New 3D Keyer
  • Limiting HSL & 3D Keys with Power Windows
  • Colorist Lingo: What is a Vignette?
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Basic Controls
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Manipulating Shapes
  • Power Window Fundamentals: Adding, Copying & Pasting Shapes
  • Color Correcting & Masking with Power Windows
  • Node Macros: The ‘Add Outside’ Command
  • Power Windows & The Tracker
  • Fine-tuning Your Tracking
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Secondary Corrections
  • Shot Matching
  • Colorist Lingo: What is Shot Matching?
  • Shot Matching Workflow I: The Base Grade
  • Shot Matching Workflow II: Matching Shots
  • The Automatic ‘Shot Match’ Tool
  • Gallery: Overview of Gallery & Memories
  • Gallery: The Reference Wipe
  • Gallery: Copying Grades & Nodes
  • Versions: Flipping Between Multiple Color Corrections
  • Matching Skin Tone: The Fundamentals
  • Matching Skin Tone: Examples
  • Power Grades: Understanding ‘Stills on the Go’
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Shot Matching
  • Building Looks: Essential Tools
  • PowerGrade Presets: Where to Find & How to Use Them?
  • Groups: Powerfully Grading Entire Scenes at Once
  • Blur & Sharpen: Fundamentals
  • OpenFX: Using Third-Party Plugins
  • Discover the ‘Smart Render’ Caching System
  • Keyframing Fundamentals
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks I
  • In Action: Hero Shots & Looks II
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Deliver Page: Rendering Individual Shots
  • Deliver Page: Checking Your Renders Before Delivering to Your Client
  • Deliver Page: Rendering a Single Self-Contained Movie
  • Organization Tips: Media Managing Your Project for Archiving
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve 12 Insights
  • Additional Color Correction Resources
  • Goodbye
  • Introduction: DaVinci Resolve 12 Deep Insights
  • Welcome
  • What You Need to Know Before Starting This Course
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Advanced Database Concepts
  • ‘Studio’ Databases: Creating PostGres Databases
  • Finding & Connecting to Disconnected PostGres Databases
  • Backing Up PostGres Databases
  • Restoring Databases
  • Updating Existing Studio Databases
  • Working with Multiple Users
  • Unlocking Users
  • Additional Media & Edit Page Concepts
  • Using the ‘Take Selector’
  • Compound Clips: Creating & Editing
  • Compound Clips: Grading
  • Working with Nested Timelines
  • Copy & Paste Video / Audio Attributes
  • Media Management: When to Use It
  • Media Management: Rules of the Road
  • Media Management: Understanding the Options
  • Conforming Timelines vs. Relinking Media
  • Relinking Media vs. ‘Change Source Folder’
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Primary Corrections
  • Implications of Resolve’s 32-bit Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Optimizing Your Workflow for Resolve’s Image-Processing Pipeline
  • Grading at the Track Level
  • The Sizing Menu: Overview
  • The Sizing Menu: Input vs. Edit Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Node Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Output Sizing
  • The Sizing Menu: Changing & Protecting Your Aspect Ratio
  • Staying Organized: Compound Nodes
  • Changing Serial Node Color Spaces
  • LAB Color Space Tips
  • YUV Color Space Tips
  • Y-Only vs. YRGB Adjustments
  • Luma Mix: Emulating Avid Symphony Curves in DaVinci Resolve
  • Colorist Lingo: What Are 1D & 3D LUTs?
  • Create, Export, Import, & Organize Your Own LUTs
  • LUT Creation Mistakes
  • Advanced Color Page Concepts: Secondaries & Shot Matching
  • Tracker: Stabilization
  • Advanced Tracking: Interactive Mode
  • Understanding & Controlling Key Inputs
  • Grading the Key Signal
  • Blur: Sharpening & Coring Softness
  • Blur: Mist Controls
  • Combining Power Windows with Blur & Sharpen
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Introduction & Gallery Grades
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Versions & Groups
  • Comparing Shots: Split Screen Neighbors & Selected
  • Comparing Shots: Wipe Timeline Clips
  • HSL Keyer: Split Screen View & Highlight Modes
  • The Lightbox: An Alternative Timeline View
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Timeline-Level Grades
  • Gallery: Saving & Copying Group Grades
  • Studio-Only Tools & Workflows
  • Spatial Noise Reduction
  • Temporal Noise Reduction
  • Noise Reduction Tips
  • Motion Blur
  • Increasing Playback Performance
  • The ‘Optimize Media’ Workflow
  • The Proxies Workflow
  • Understanding User Caching
  • User Cache vs. Smart Cache
  • Proxies vs. Optimized Media vs. Caching
  • Color Management in Resolve 12
  • What Is Resolve Color Management (RCM)?
  • Options for Resolve Color Management & ACES
  • Rendering, Delivering & Archiving
  • Rendering Multiple Outputs
  • Using the Archive Feature
  • Exporting to ProTools
  • Exporting Using EasyDCP
  • In Action: Cold Open - The Base Grade
  • About ‘In Action’ & the ‘Cold Open’
  • Your Plan of Attack: The 3-Pass Workflow
  • Shot Selection
  • The Base Grade: Working with Ven
  • The Base Grade: Safari
  • The Base Grade: Finishing Off Ven & the Safari
  • The Base Grade: Grading at Full Speed
  • The Base Grade: Saving a Shot at Full Speed
  • In Action: Cold Open - Shot Matching
  • Evaluation of Base Grade
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Safari Wildlife Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 1
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 2
  • Shot Matching: Hut Part 3
  • Shot Matching: Mountain
  • Shot Matching: Ven
  • In Action: Building a Look
  • Pay Attention to the “The Singularity Effect”
  • Cold Open: Grouping & Setting Looks
  • Cold Open: Enhancing Interviews
  • Cold Open: Stylizing with Plugins
  • Cold Open: Closing Thoughts
  • Conclusion: DaVinci Resolve 12 Deep Insights
  • Goodbye
  • Bonus Downloads
  • Power Grades
  • FMC: $250 Off Training
  • MixingLight.com membership
  • Running a Color Correction Business Guide
  • Webinars
  • New Features Webinar for the Next DaVinci Resolve
  • Why Is Color Grading So Hard (and what you can do about it)?