Editing in DaVinci Resolve 16

 

We are proud to introduce the most in-depth DaVinci Resolve editing course available. This 6 hour long course is taught by the award winning editor and instructor Kevin McAuliffe, who works with clients such as Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros and Walt Disney Studios and has been an advanced master trainer for Avid for many years

Kevin's advanced editing background and training experience makes this course a must-see for every editor that want to start editing in DaVinci Resolve.

The course content ranges from beginner to advanced and is the ultimate course for beginners and editors with background from the other major NLE's that are looking to transfer to DaVinci Resolve.

The footage and assets used in this course are available for download so that you can easily follow along.

About the instructor

Kevin P McAuliffe is an award winning editor and visual effects creator with over 20 years of teaching and training experience. Over the past years Kevin has delivered world-class work for clients such as Warner Bros, Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox, Universal and Elevation Pictures.

Who is this course designed for?

  • Editors with background from Avid Media Composer, Premiere and Final Cut
  • DaVinci Resolve users

Lessons overview

  • 00: Introduction
  • 01: Project Manager
  • 02: Keyboard customization & Preferences
  • 03: Organization outside of Resolve
  • 04: Intro to the Media Pool, Metadata, Smart Bins, Subclipping & Audio
  • 05: Importing, Organizing and Prepping Footage
  • 06: Organization via Facial Analysis
  • 07: Timeline Creation, Drag and Drop Editting and Audio Setup
  • 08: 3-point editing
  • 09: Timeline Basics
  • 10: Transitions
  • 11: Trimming
  • 12: The Inspector and basic keyframing
  • 13: Adjusting animations
  • 14: Working with Text
  • 15: Working with Audio in your Timeline
  • 16: Syncing Audio
  • 17: Cutting Montages & Editing without Picture
  • 18: Sending your Resolve Timelines to After Effects & ProTools
  • 19: Dealing with 5.1 audio
  • 20: Working with Motion Effects in your timeline
  • 21: Multicam Editing
  • 22: Dealing with Offline Media
  • 23: Working with Markers
  • 24: Adding Captions to your Edits
  • 25: Formatting for Social Media
  • 26: Creating DCP's - Resolve Studio
  • 27: Exporting
  • 28: Working in the Cut panel pt1
  • 29: Working in the Cut panel pt2
  • 30: Working in the Cut panel pt3

 

Software required

DaVinci Resolve

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Really loving all these new courses. The price of membership is such good value compared to other sites and in most cases the content is better. I have learnt so much from this course.

Thanks

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On 6/15/2019 at 6:55 PM, Willian Aleman said:

Thanks you for bringing these comprehensive and high quality series of Resolve 16 video tutorial as well as the previous series.

I have noticed that when the final exported file played back from Kevin’s desktop, -lesson L27: Exporting- it suffers from the same gamma shift syndrome that has been around for years in Resolve and other NLEs.  It’s about when the exported files look low contrast and desaturated compared to Resolve Viewer or the external video reference. This is regardless if the displays are matching the calibration to specific color space output of Resolve or not, or if Resolve Video Range in the Delivery page and/or other pages is set to Auto, Video or Full range.

 It would be helpful if a Lowepost could make a video tutorial addressing the possible cause and workaround on this repeated issue. 

Thanks once again for the excellent series.

This might help: https://vimeo.com/349868875

And here is the tool from the BBC mentioned in the video: https://github.com/bbc/qtff-parameter-editor

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Just finished the entire lesson. Super helpful. Straight to the point. Excited to watch more of your more in-depth tutorials on Resolve. 

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About dealing with 5.1 audio.  What if I need to create a file with the 5.1 mix   AND the stereo mix?  This would require 8 tracks in total.

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Hi all,

I got a problem with a Multicam.
1.    How can I create multiple Multicam clips (synced via Timecode)?
       Do I really have to pick the corresponding pairs (I'm on two cameras here)?
2. I also have external audio with 5 audio tracks, which are reduced to a single stereo track when I sync them to the A-Cam and then create a      multicam clip. Am I missing something here? I really hope so!

 

thanks

 


Resolve 16.1.2 WIN10

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On 6/26/2020 at 4:19 PM, Riezler & Riezler GbR auf!Schnitt Sebastian Riezler said:

How can I create multiple Multicam clips (synced via Timecode)?

Did you see the new multicam course? It goes deep into most aspects of multicam. 

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Hey Abby,

my question was a little misleading. I'm aware how to create multicam clips. I wanted to know if there is same kind of batch function, because I have a feature project shot with zwo cameras, so there are a lot of takes and scenes.
And if I'd have to pick the corresponding clips for each take, it'll take ages. 

I think the multicam course is quite fresh online, isn't it? I will for sure have a look.

cheers
Sebastian

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And it's me again.
Kevin, in the first CutPage lesson you dragndrop a music into the media pool and its already lowered in gain.  How did you do that?
In an external programm, or is there an audio-import setting where the audio gain is lowered automatically?

best

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