On Thursday, September 8, filmmakingwebinars.com is hosting a free live 90-minute webinar on “How to get started with DaVinci Resolve for any NLE editor.” DaVinci Resolve is a high-end color correcting application that has a very steep learning curve. There is free version of the $30,000 suite to download for all you adventurous color-graders, and also a $1,000 software-only version.
The webinar is free to watch live, or $15 after the live viewing. Here is more info straight from the webinar website.
Using a project based approach, we will walk you through your first Resolve project from start to finish. We’ll take a TV Spot that was cut in Final Cut Pro 7, grade it in Resolve, then return to Final Cut Pro for titling and final delivery.
We will also discuss working with Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro as well as using the built-in scene detection for projects without the sequence metadata.
Where applicable, we’ll tell you the differences between the paid version and free version of DaVinci Resolve.
Prepping your Final Cut Pro timeline.
Conforming the FCP 7 timeline in Resolve.
Grading, adding nodes, using secondaries, PowerWindows and tracking.
Round tripping back to Final Cut Pro.
Working with Avid, Premiere, and using scene detection.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any NLE editor interested in leaerning more about DaVinci Resolve. Final Cut Pro Editors wanting to learn about the specific workflows between FCP and DaVinci. Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro editors wanting to learn color workflows with DaVinci Resolve. Any other professional interested in professional color grading workflows.
Basic knowledge / interest in color correction and editorial workflows.
Barry Goch is an online editor working in Hollywood, CA. His recent work includes Falling Skies (TNT), Traffic Light (FOX), and Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory Season 4 (MTV) and is currently working on the new show, Awkward (MTV).
Barry is also an Autodesk Smoke Certified Instructor, the developer of Smokeys Smoke Keyboard Stickers, has presented other webinars at FilmmakingWebinars.com and has written many articles for the Editors Guild and is Post Magazine’s West Coast Contributor.
Marcelo Lewin is the CEO and founder of NewMediaWebinars.com, LLC, owner of FilmmakingWebinars.com, which creates webinars for and by digital media creators on various topics (e.g. Filmmaking, Coding, Photography, etc.) Previously, he founded various other companies including Pixel Heads Network which was acquired by ProMAX and MyInternetDesktop.com which was acquired by Internet Appliance Network. Prior to starting his companies, he has worked for Walt Disney Imagineering, NBC, Toyota, and J.F. Shea.