Even though the latest DaVinci Resolve 12.5.2 version isn’t as substantial as the previous two updates, it still has plenty to offer. The software now supports additional metadata embedded into the RAW files from URSA Mini cameras running the latest update, new color space tag support on
It goes without saying, working with shortcuts might save hours of your life while editing. Whether you’re an experienced video editor, or you’re just starting out, the odds are you’ve already implemented a considerable amount of short key combinations in your daily workflow. If not, here are five
We all have heard that great editing is invisible. But, how do we find the exact edit point between cuts? Many seasoned editors would say that when you have enough experience, trusting your professional instincts and intuition is the best way to get the right answer. Others use different
The editing process is not only one of the most critical stages of the entire post-production workflow of any film project, but typically it’s the most time-consuming one. No only that, but there are so many ways you can go about it that could make the task
Blackmagic Design just released DaVinci Resolve 12 Beta for public download. Unlike previous versions, which did include some NLE features to complement the very potent colour grading suite, this time around Resolve 12 is a full fledged non-linear editing beast. No more Resolve Lite – the name
Podcast 021 – Tough E-Mount from Fotodiox, HitFilm 3 Pro, URSA 4K Short film, BMPCC Cage and Odyssey7Q Updates Posted by Ogy Stoilov November 3, 2014 In Episode 021 of the 4K Shooters Podcast, we discuss the The Week In Review – the “Tough E-Mount” from Fotodiox,
In the last couple of years we’ve seen a convergence between features usually associated with standard non-linear editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro & Final Cut Pro, and colour correction suites like DaVinci Resolve from Blackmagic Design, who have been packing their flagship colour correction suite with a
Applying some run and gun effects to your edit is a great way to add more production value to your project and to impress your clients. Rampant Design Tools creates easy to use stock content for artists and editors of all skill levels. Rampant was founded by Visual Effects Artist Sean Mullen.