Craft Editing in DaVinci Resolve 15 Pt. 1
July 24, 2018 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
As DaVinci Resolve has continued to evolve as a non-linear editing tool many editors have been curious about how it stacks up in a crowded NLE market. Scott Simmons had as well, and while he had done a few smaller jobs in Resolve he hadn’t taken on a full, paid client edit … until now. These are some notes, both good and bad, that he’s made over his time editing in Resolve 15. Tune in July 31st for Part 2!
- • The decision to do the creative, craft edit in Resolve vs. other NLEs
- • Setting up for the edit and understanding some of the challenges when “switching”
- • Preferences, settings, switches and buttons to understand before you begin
- • A few of those things to love in DaVinci Resolve for creative editorial
- • Random thoughts and musings from cutting in Resolve over several weeks
Scott Simmons has spent over a decade working in the field of film and video post-production. While Scott is a trained and experienced Avid editor, being an early adopter of Final Cut Pro allowed him to spend nearly 8 of those years as a freelance editor working in Nashville, Tennessee on projects ranging from music videos and concerts to commercials and corporate videos to documentaries and television programs.
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