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Davinci Resolve 16 - Color Correction and Grading

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48 Lessons (4h 40m)
    • 1. Color Grading in Davinci Resolve - Promo Video

      1:33
    • 2. Introduction (91)

      1:12
    • 3. Creating Timeline (93)

      4:20
    • 4. Interface of Color Page Part 1 (94-1)

      6:56
    • 5. Interface of Color Page Part 2 (94-2)

      6:48
    • 6. Color Correction vs Color Grading (102)

      2:10
    • 7. The 3 Regions - Highlights Midtones and Shadows (103)

      1:58
    • 8. Introduction to Scopes (47-1)

      2:41
    • 9. Scope #1: Waveform (47-2)

      5:06
    • 10. Scope #2: Parade (47-3)

      1:12
    • 11. Scope #3: Vectorscope (47-4)

      3:20
    • 12. Scope #4: Histogram (47-5)

      4:17
    • 13. How to use Scopes (47-6)

      4:26
    • 14. Introduction to Nodes

      4:59
    • 15. The concept of Nodes (95)

      6:51
    • 16. How to use Nodes (96)

      4:37
    • 17. How to label the Nodes (97)

      4:36
    • 18. Serial Nodes and their Sequence

      3:33
    • 19. Parallel Nodes (99)

      5:15
    • 20. Compound Nodes (913)

      5:08
    • 21. Color Wheels (48)

      26:34
    • 22. Power Windows (57)

      14:41
    • 23. Introduction to Curves (13-1)

      0:49
    • 24. Curves and their Types (55)

      18:42
    • 25. Learning Goals for Qualifiers Section (14-1)

      1:06
    • 26. What are Qualifiers (56)

      11:07
    • 27. Procedure for using Qualifiers (14-3)

      3:42
    • 28. HSL Qualifiers - Selecting the Colors (14-4)

      9:02
    • 29. HSL Qualifiers - Refining the Matte (14-5)

      8:05
    • 30. RGB Qualifier (14-6)

      8:35
    • 31. Luma Qualifier (14-7)

      5:31
    • 32. 3D Qualifier (14-8)

      9:01
    • 33. Green Screening using HSL Qualifier (14-9)

      10:07
    • 34. Copying Grade from one clip to another (16-4)

      4:12
    • 35. How to Track Power Windows (154)

      9:50
    • 36. Blur and Sharpen (59)

      3:28
    • 37. Sizing Tool (61)

      1:34
    • 38. Keyer Options (60)

      2:16
    • 39. RGB Mixer (49)

      1:30
    • 40. Motion Effects (52)

      0:33
    • 41. 3D Tools (62)

      0:20
    • 42. How to apply Project LUTs (16-3-1)

      2:51
    • 43. Creating your own Project LUTs (16-3-2)

      4:19
    • 44. Green Screen Keying (35)

      13:29
    • 45. Green Screen Keying using HSL Qualifier (14-9)

      10:07
    • 46. Primary and Secondary Colors (16-1)

      9:17
    • 47. Project for Color Correction (65)

      7:11
    • 48. Project Solution - Color Corrected Montage (66)

      1:10
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About This Class

Start color correcting and grading your videos professionally with Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve!

If you are looking for a free application that will allow you to color grade videos however you want them, DaVinci is the best answer. DaVinci Resolve is used by amateur and professional video makers across the world for every type of production from business & marketing videos, music videos to documentaries and feature films. This course is the best way to jump right in and start color correcting and grading.

Color grade videos the way you imagine them!

Practice color correction and grading while you learn. This course includes practice files so you can follow along and actually learn by doing.

My Promise to You

I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic, you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message. 

By the end of this course, your confidence in color correction and grading videos will soar, and you'll have a thorough understanding of how to use DaVinci Resolve for fun or as a career opportunity.

Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I'll see you in lesson 1!

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