In this DaVinci Resolve tutorial, you will learn how to use a fully featured cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) video editor (both the base version for free and the studio version). This editor does not put watermarks in your export and compares well to other top editors like Sony Vegas or Adobe Premier. You will find everything you need to know to produce quality videos out of raw footage in this course.
The Five Features of DaVinci Resolve
The DaVinci Resolve can be broken down into 5 main features, with the Fusion Tab to be added in the future versions of the program. First, the Media Tab is used to import and manage audio, video and image assets. Second, the Editing Tab is where you do the bulk of the workplace video clips on the timeline, cut the unnecessary footage and add effects and titles. Third, the Color Tab allows you to create an advanced custom effect and change the visuals of the video with tools like layer masks and power windows. Fourth, the Fairlight Tab lets you manipulate and improve audio with VST plugins and record voice-overs. Fifth, you use the Deliver Tab to finish the project and export it. In this tutorial, you will get to know all these features and learn how to use the Devinci Resolve.
How To Edit Videos, You Ask? Here's the Answer
What You Need To Know Before Starting This Course
Are you eager to learn how to edit videos for Youtube? DaVinci Resolve is just the tool for you.
First, download the free version or buy the studio version of DaVinci Resolve. When you open up the program, you will see a project selection screen, which will show you all the current and past projects that have been stored in your computer's project folder.
Click the new project in the bottom right-hand corner to start a new project. You can open projects on your computer by clicking on the thumbnail images on this screen, once the project is saved.
Import clips and other media (for example music) by dragging them from your desktop or other folders into the media section. Or you can go to the File menu, which is at the top of the screen or hit Ctrl-l so you can open the Import Media dialog.
You can drag the media onto the timeline or add it to your track and edit it once it is in the pool.
Great job! You are now ready to start learning from this guide. So do not hesitate, take this course and learn how to edit videos!
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