GradingOpinion Do You Need to Grade Your Program? by alexis August 17, 2015 written by alexis August 17, 2015 I suspect you know what I’m going to say, but on the premise that it’s how you say it… 2 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinTumblrRedditStumbleuponWhatsappTelegramLINEEmail alexis previous post More Resolve 12 Mini-Tutorials on YouTube next post Having Fun With Post – Grading, Compositing, and Editing in Resolve You may also like Blame the Virus March 20, 2020 Tips From 25 Years of Working At Home March 15, 2020 Happy Birthday to the Macintosh January 24, 2020 Anger Isn’t Management – Communicating With Creatives January 12, 2020 Skin Tone; Variations on a Theme December 23, 2019 HDR Grading on The Mandalorian December 7, 2019 Grading Similes October 19, 2018 Keep Your Screenplay In Your Pants October 12, 2017 Brand New Control Surfaces for Resolve March 2, 2017 Finding The Commands You Need in Resolve November 21, 2016 2 comments Having Fun With Post – Grading, Compositing, and Editing in Resolve | Alexis Van Hurkman—Thinking Aloud September 7, 2015 - 1:01 pm […] And that, as they say, was that. A composite-heavy green-screen promotional piece graded, composited, edited, and finished entirely within DaVinci Resolve. I did the mix as well, but that was nothing to brag about as the first version I uploaded to Vimeo had all of my dialog mixed to the left channel (there’s a reason I send final mixes for my projects to dedicated audio professionals). Still, I fixed the problem, tuned the mix, and completed the program, which you can see in the previous blog post. […] Reply Vincent Taylor September 11, 2015 - 2:29 am That is awesome Alexis! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.