Ripple Training – DaVinci Resolve 18/18.5 Core Training (TUTORIAL)

By | June 14, 2024


Year of manufacture: 2023
Manufacturer: Ripple Training
Manufacturer’s website:
Author: Steve Martin
Duration: 05:56:57
Type of material distributed: Video lesson
English language

Description: DaVinci Resolve 18 Core Training is an entry-level training manual that does not assume any prior knowledge of DaVinci Resolve. This guide will walk you through the entire post-production workflow, from initial media import to final output and everything in between. No previous experience with other editing software is required. This course has been specifically designed to prepare users to take and ultimately pass the Blackmagic Design Certified User Exam.

  • Learn the art of cutting
    The DaVinci Resolve 18 Basic Training takes you through the end-to-end Resolve editing workflow from initial media import to final delivery and everything in between. In the first series of lessons, you’ll edit a teaser on the cut page, and then move on to the edit page, where you’ll learn the basic cutting skills that professionals rely on every day.

  • Color correction like a pro
    At the heart of the DaVinci Resolve experience is the Color page, where you’ll learn how to make initial color corrections using Lift, Gamma, and Gain controls, as well as custom curves, while objectively assessing changes in the videoscope. You’ll then move on to targeted color correction using qualifiers, Power Windows, and the amazing Color Warper tool to give your photo even more pop.

  • Audio editing and mixing
    By going to the Fairlight page, you’ll learn how to properly organize your mix and perform basic audio editing tasks, such as cleaning up dialogue, restoring audio, and using Fairlight’s unique approach to copying and pasting audio clips using the play cursor. Plus, you’ll learn how to record voiceovers, create submixes, and record fade automation data using the mixer.

  • Create animated graphics
    Fusion is a node-based compositing tool built right into Resolve 18. You’ll learn how to set up multiple trackers to stabilize a frame and how to clone unwanted elements in a frame. Once you’re comfortable with Fusion’s node compositing environment, you’ll learn how to animate a title and then track it to a moving object using another shot from your timeline.

Video format: MP4
Video: AVC, 1920×1080, 16:9, 30.000 fps, 406 kbps
Audio: AAC LC, 48.0 kHz, 92.9 kbps, 2 ch

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