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  • Fasexuo
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    Joined: Sep 16th, 2009
    Davinchi Resolve
    I would be really good if you made more tutorials in colourgrading theory and Davinchi Resolve for video. Your tutorials are very high standard and useful. Thanks.
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  • BenB
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    Joined: Feb 14th, 2011
    Re: Davinchi Resolve
    I have one for FCP X which has a lot of color grading theory in it. And yes, I'd love to see mPV do an Intro To Resolve 9 tutorial (hint, hint). [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/finalcutprox205-color-grading[/url]
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  • Fasexuo
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    Joined: Sep 16th, 2009
    Re: Davinchi Resolve
    Super. Its a cool program. Ive followed and used the other. Its good. Looking forward to your hint.
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  • BenB
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    Joined: Feb 14th, 2011
    Re: Davinchi Resolve
    I was hinting at the powers who decide what courses to publish.
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  • RLS
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Feb 7th, 2013
    Re: Davinchi Resolve
    Davinchi Resolve would be the one to do. There are two forms of training that would be required. One is the full power of Resolve as a stand alone workstation which is used to grade film, video or television after it is cut and before it is distributed. The second would be using it in the field on a macbook to cut dailies. This would be a for various camera generation and simple dailies correction workflow prior to getting back to the studio and have a more final grading done. That way, both the field work and the final work are additive and not contradictory. The LUTs could be forwarded on as well to help in Avid and Final Cut cutting of -Log and other log files. That would be sweet.and extremely useful. Probably would work with Premier Pro as well. Rick
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