I was pleased to be in Montreal, presenting to the Final Cut MTL group’s PostNAB 2012 gathering, and they’ve released the video of my Resolve 9 preview on YouTube. If you’re a current Resolve user, you have a lot to look forward to. If you’re not, but you’re thinking of getting started, the next version will make it a much more enjoyable experience.
Alas, I only had so long to present, but there are plenty of other new features to look forward to, like node labels, renamable still store albums, additional metadata columns in the Media Pool, the list goes on and on.
Thanks again to Matt Pellowski at Red Line Studios for the footage I was able to use.
Color Correction Handbook: A platform agnostic book of grading theory and technique for any application.
Creative Looks in DaVinci Resolve: 90 minutes of creative grading tips and techniques from Ripple Training.
DaVinci Resolve 9 Core Training: 11 hours of tutorials covering all of DaVinci Resolve from Ripple Training.