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Reactor for Blackmagic Fusion

Reactor for Blackmagic Fusion

Reactor is a plugin manager for Blackmagic Fusion that adds powerful new tools to both the Fusion page in Resolve and the standalone version of Fusion, Fusion Studio. Artists in…

DCS Event in SF: The Latest from Blackmagic Design

DCS Event in SF: The Latest from Blackmagic Design

Join the Digital Cinema Society at San Francisco’s Beyond Pix Studios for an exploration of the latest technology from Blackmagic Design. Featured products will include the new Pocket…

Removing glare from glasses

Removing glare from glasses

There are all kinds of finishing effects that are within the grasp of the average editor. You just need to know the recipe. Removing reflections and glare from glasses is…

Learn the Fusion page in Resolve: in 20 minutes

Learn the Fusion page in Resolve: in 20 minutes

Blackmagic have really pushed the limit in terms of what you can get for free in the software realm. Not only have they turned what was previously a high six…

Frame.io adds DaVinci Resolve integration

Frame.io adds DaVinci Resolve integration

Frame.io is Now Natively Integrated into DaVinci Resolve 16 More than an integration, Frame.io is now a native feature set, tightly woven into the fabric of DaVinci Resolve…

Stay tuned for DaVinci Resolve 16

Stay tuned for DaVinci Resolve 16

Yes we know that Resolve was just updated to version 15.3.1 a day or so ago. When I saw that for a brief second I thought we might…

Stickman Straightens Out…Color Management

Stickman Straightens Out…Color Management

Color management is one of the biggest sources of confusion in modern digital video workflow. It doesn’t need to be. In this month’s Stickman Straightens Out…

Useful Tools for Editors – Here Comes the Sun Edition After the Oscars Edition

Useful Tools for Editors – Here Comes the Sun Edition After the Oscars Edition

It doesn’t matter if you disliked Green Book, Bohemian Rhapsody, Roma, Vice or Kevin Hart, there seemed to be something to dislike about this year’s Oscar…

Marker Keywords in DaVinci Resolve 15

Marker Keywords in DaVinci Resolve 15

Recently I posted an article called DaVinci Resolve is a few steps away from Range-based Keywording. It was an exploration of how a combination of small featured in Resolve…

Introduction to Skin Refinement and Beauty work in DaVinci Resolve 15.2

Introduction to Skin Refinement and Beauty work in DaVinci Resolve 15.2

Color Correction is often seen as – that technical part of the work before the fun creative “grading” part begins. Bit of luma work, some balancing of blacks and whites…

DaVinci Resolve is a few steps away from Range-based Keywording

DaVinci Resolve is a few steps away from Range-based Keywording

Without a doubt, one of my favorite things about Final Cut Pro X is its different thinking when it comes to organizing and logging footage. Instead of Bins, you get…

Solutions to Resolve Part 4: Don’t clip your proxies and transcodes!

Solutions to Resolve Part 4: Don’t clip your proxies and transcodes!

Articles in this series: The key to precise sharpening and noise reduction in DaVinci Resolve The key to accurate shot match in DaVinci Resolve’s Color Trace Unexpected clipping in…

New “Fusion in Resolve” 20 minute quickstart

New “Fusion in Resolve” 20 minute quickstart

Hot off the moviola.com presses: a 20 minute guide to get you up and running in Resolve’s new Fusion page. Been holding off taking the deep dive into…

Solutions to Resolve Part 3: Unexpected clipping when grading

Solutions to Resolve Part 3: Unexpected clipping when grading

Articles in this series: The key to precise sharpening and noise reduction in DaVinci Resolve The key to accurate shot match in DaVinci Resolve’s Color Trace Unexpected clipping in…

Solutions to Resolve Part 2: Accurate shot match in ColorTrace

Solutions to Resolve Part 2: Accurate shot match in ColorTrace

Articles in this series: The key to precise sharpening and noise reduction in DaVinci Resolve The key to accurate shot match in DaVinci Resolve’s Color Trace Unexpected clipping in…