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    David,


    You're welcome! I'm always looking for info on both old and new features, now in Resolve 16, that I really hadn't seen explained in enough anywhere else.
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    How do you adjust the parameters in the finest increment on a pc. Is it possible to move the offset finer than 0.2 jumps with just a mouse and keyboard? Lift, gamma gain you can move 0.01 increments. So why not the offset? Also on mac os i can move some parameters finer than in pc?
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    Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve 16 – Cut Page Demo



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    Craig Heffernan introducing the new DaVinci Resolve 16 demoing the cut page that should help creators fasten up their workflow.
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    DaVinci Resolve 16 Review - Is it best?



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    You're probably wondering if you're an Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro X user what all the fuss is about with Resolve 16. You might be considering jumping platforms or you may be new to it all having just recently purchased a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K.

    Well rest assured in this review I intend to cover all the different aspects that make DaVinci 16 a phenomenal post production tool including the new Cut page. Some may find it intimidating at first glance but after watching this you'll know how to approach it and navigate its rich features.

    Just keep one thing in mind. You don't have to use every page or tool that is in there. You can just stick to only the tools you need and feel comfortable with and if you do need additional help the good news is you can always outsource things like compositing/vfx and sound mixing. In fact the same project file can be shared with others and everyone can collaborate using the same platform.

    Easy peazy lemon squeezy!

    I personally prefer DaVinci Resolve over other platforms specifically for color grading and I have been using it extensively since version 8 when it first came to the Mac in 2010. I've used it to grade commercials, feature films and episodic television shows.

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    Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve 16 Cut Page Tutorial 2019



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    Heres our first in a series of DaVinci Resolve 16 professional 8K editing, color correction, visual effects and audio post production all in one software tool tutorials.

    Grab a coffee and learn how to instantly move between editing, color, effects, and audio with a single click.

    DaVinci Resolve Studio is also the only solution designed for multi user collaboration so editors, assistants, colorists, VFX artists and sound designers can all work live on the same project at the same time! Whether you’re an individual artist, or part of a large collaborative team, it’s easy to see why DaVinci Resolve is the standard for high end post production and finishing on more Hollywood feature films, television shows and commercials than any other software.

    Today we will explore DaVinci Resolve 16 new revolutionary cut page specifically designed for editors that need to work quickly and on tight deadlines! The new DaVinci Neural Engine uses machine learning to enable powerful new features such as facial recognition, speed warp and more. Adjustment clips let you apply effects and grades to clips on the timeline below, quick export can be used to upload projects to YouTube and Vimeo from anywhere in the application, and new GPU accelerated scopes provide more technical monitoring options than before. Plus, Fusion is dramatically faster and Fairlight adds immersive 3D audio. DaVinci Resolve 16 is a massive release with hundreds of features customers have asked for!

    When you need to work fast and you’re on a tight deadline, you need to use the cut page. Designed specifically for editors working on commercials, news and other short form, quick turn around projects, the cut page is all about speed. It’s an alternate edit page with a streamlined interface and revolutionary new tools that will help you work faster than ever. The cut page lets you import, edit, trim, add transitions, titles, automatically match color, mix audio and more. Whether you’re delivering for broadcast or for YouTube, the cut page has everything you need to get the job done, all in one place!

    Non-linear editing on a computer hasn’t really changed in years. While the interfaces may differ from system to system, the core concepts and workflows have remained the same. The cut page challenges the traditional way of working with innovative, yet familiar concepts such as source tape mode and an A/B trim tool. Two modern features that are rooted in the past. The cut page isn’t about simplification, it’s about removing the things you don’t need and building powerful, professional tools that help you work more quickly. And, sometimes, it means borrowing the things that were great about the past and bringing them into the future!

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    Cut vs Edit Mode - Top 10 Editing Differences | DaVinci Resolve 16





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    Comparing the new way to edit in Cut mode with the classic Edit tab video editing.
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    Save Time Editing w/ Adjustment Layers | DaVinci Resolve 16 Tutorial





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    A popular editing tool in Premier Pro, After Effects, and FCPX is the adjustment layer. This is now available in the Edit Tab to save lots of time in editing!! This is an easy tutorial on how to setup an adjustment layer or clip in DaVinci Resolve.
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    Davinci Resolve 16 - All Neural Engine Features Demoed - Studio Only





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    A quick demo of all of the new Neural network enabled features in the Davinci Resolve 16 beta. Do you think these features are worth the upgrade?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Arvidsson View Post
    How do you adjust the parameters in the finest increment on a pc. Is it possible to move the offset finer than 0.2 jumps with just a mouse and keyboard? Lift, gamma gain you can move 0.01 increments. So why not the offset? Also on mac os i can move some parameters finer than in pc?
    You can with a control surface. In fact, some control surfaces allow you to adjust the Offset as "Printer Lights," and you can do so in 1-point increments, which is pretty subtle.
    marc wielage, csi colorist/post consultant daVinci Resolve Certified Trainer
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    Resolve to Fusion via VFX Connect



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    Use DPX, EXR or MXF file formats to render from DaVinci Resolve 16 and work in Fusion Studio. I cover the full functionality of VFX connect, recommended file formats and version management.

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    New Resolve & Fusion tutorials every Sunday morning, 11 am GMT.
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