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Some More Sublime Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K Footage

As 2015 is getting closer to its final days, more and more footage from the “most awaited camera of the year” – the Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K has been trickling down through the Web. As more beta testers release footage and Blackmagic (hopefully) finalize the colour science

Adjusting Skin Tones in DaVinci Resolve 12

Many videographers still believe that getting the right balance between skin tones and the rest of the image in post is a serious challenge and something that should be predominantly achieved in-camera for best results. Although this might be a reasonable point, it’s safe to say that you can

How to Utilize a MIDI Controller to Enhance Your Editing Workflow

Being an integral part of high-end editing and colour grading workflows, hardware control panels have been around for years. They are still extensively utilized by many seasoned professionals as extremely effective tools that provide not only efficiency and flexibility in post, but also make the life of editors

Utilizing LUTs in Premiere Pro CC 2015

Adobe Premiere Pro continues to be one of the industry-leading nonlinear editing platforms to date and there are plenty of good reasons for that. The software has come a long way throughout recent years getting a ton of improvements and enhancements down the road. Fortunately, the majority of the updates happened

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 12 Public Beta Released

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

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 11.3 Adds Sony XAVC-Intra Support

Blackmagic Design recently released the latest update to their premier colour grading software DaVinci Resolve 11.3. The latest update includes support for the flagship ARRI Alexa 65 and Panasonic V35 IDT cameras, new ACES 1.0 support, DNxHR MXF and Sony XAVC-Intra encoding enhancements as well as general