RedShark News has shared a comprehensive guide to DaVinci Resolve, one of the most popular pro-video editing tools available
You'll find professional colourists and video editors using DaVinci Resolve from Pinewood to Hollywood. Now you too can learn how this powerful piece of software can bring workflow and quality improvements to your video editing, thanks to RedSharkNews.com.
Created in 10 parts, the How to edit in Resolve series aims to demystify DaVinci and educate video editors who may be unfamiliar with this freely available software. If you're used to using some of the other common editing tools such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere/After Effects, DaVinci can look completely alien, but it really isn't that tough to get your head around its unique environment. Acquiring the skills to use DaVinci like a pro just takes a little guidance and consistent practise, and that is precisely what this series offers, covering key topics including 'Setting Up and Importing', 'Working with Audio' and 'Colour Grading'.
Darren Mostyn from Online Creative, who counts the BBC, SKY, New Look and Umbro among its regular clients, hosts this series and his inside knowledge and experience will give viewers the confidence to take their video editing up a notch, all within DaVinci's high-end editing environment.