Explenite, a new tutorial producer has just released a set of tutorials for Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve. They cover the basics and multi-NLE round tripping for $25.
It's always good to see a new tutorial producer enter the market. It shows that the whole ecosystem is expanding and It's always good to get a fresh perspective on things.
Explenite has released a set of DaVinci Resolve tutorials called 'DaVinci Resolve 11 Basics." Priced at a very reasonable $25, the course consists of 17 lessons totalling about 3 hours.
One big advantage of this course is that it includes 5 sections on how to roundtrip with Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, Sony Vegas and Grass Valley Edius. So if you are a multi NLE editor, this is going to help.
The sections are embedded Vimeo videos, so you can watch on whatever you like as long as you have an internet connection.
01 | Color Corrections and the Advantages of Special Grading Applications
02 | The DaVinci Resolve System and its Versions, Basic User Settings
03 | DaVinci Resolve 11 Basic Workflow
04 | The Principles of Round Trip
04.01 | Round Trip in Adobe Premiere CC
04.02 | Round Trip in Avid Media Composer
04.03 | Round Trip in Grass Valley EDIUS Pro 7
04.04 | Round Trip in Sony Vegas Pro
04.05 | Round Trip in Apple Final Cut Pro X
05 | Scene Cut Detection & Editing
06 | The Fundamentals of Primary Grading
07 | Additional Possibilities of Primary Grading
08 | Useful Tools in DaVinci Resolve
09 | Secondary Grading
10 | Secondary Grading with Motion Tracking
11 | More Useful Tools in DaVinci Resolve
12 | DaVinci Resolve Export Options
The authors have published two extracts from the course so you can see the level of tuition. 25 minutes for free!
The first lesson Color Corrections and the Advantages of Special Grading Applications discusses the reasons why we need color correction or grading at all. You will learn the differences between technical grading and artistic grading and we will highlight why it is better to use a specialized color grading application.
DaVinci Resolve 11 Basic Workflow covers the actual workflow in DaVinci Resolve. We show you the 4 main panels of DaVinci - Media, Edit, Color and Delivery and show you the basic process from import, working with your content and finally the export possibilities of Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 11.