TIFI: DaVinci Resolve 14

TIFI: Things I Find Interesting

A new thread I will try to maintain where I post random things that I find relative to filmmaking and hopefully others can benefit from.

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  • edited March 20

    1. Tested (FKA Myth Busters) review of the URSA Mini Pro

     

    Its long but very in depth. Lots of great codec, color grading, and various other insights that I think everyone could benefit from.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYAGDfXPRzU

  • edited March 20

    2. Catching a Real Ball while in VR

     

    VR is the future. The amount of progression is crazy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qxu_y8ABajQ&list=PLrEnWoR732-BHrPp_Pm8_VleD68f9s14-

  • @TriFlixFilms that VR video is fascinating... interesting seeing how people reacted to the different visual cues in different ways

  • Ha saw that VR vid on my twitter feed, was cool. Some amazing stuff being done in VR.

  • edited March 31

    2. The Cage

    https://vimeo.com/205221021

    WARNING: Little bit of language but by far one of the most powerful short films I've ever seen. 

    Please do yourself a favor an watch this amazing piece.... if you regret watching it you can publicly humiliate me. The pact has been made... now click the link :)

  •  3. DaVinci Resolve 14 

    https://youtu.be/0g_Cgyj3a-M

    Despite popular opinion, competition is good and promotes growth. Looking forward to a new competitor in the NLE market.  

  • edited April 27

    Also, Resolve has a free Linux version. Just sayin'.

  • edited April 27

    I've tried Resolve ages ago and recently, not for me, will stick with HitFilm :)

    BY the way, Resolve, was first launched in 2004, around 13 years ago, so it's nothing new.

  • Triem23Triem23 Moderator

    Resolve 14 is a massive overhaul. I may give it another look, just for the grading. 

  • The last version, or two, have beefed up the NLE editing chops. This one looks like huge audio capability, timeline performance and a huge price reduction as major points.

    It really seems like Blackmagic wants Resolve to be a one stop shop. A no capability compromises stop. Excluding effects compositing of course. More than just a color grading tool.

  • Aladdin4dAladdin4d Moderator

    Fairlight Audio is pretty potent stuff. Fully integrating that into Resolve makes for a pretty powerful and cheap one stop solution.

  • edited April 28

    @Triem23 ;Give us your review.

  • A review I read of DR 14 that said that while the Editor is vastly improved, it's still a lot thinner than other editors ; Premiere was mentioned.

    AE however, have added some interesting new stuff. The one that's really useful is not having to make things into composite shots, or use Adjustment Layers or the CC Composite Effect to flatten layers so they can be used as masks, sources etc. for other layers. There is now a Source: Layer+Effects option in the dropdowns. So translating AE tutorials into Hitfilm will be slightly harder in the future, unless... ;)

    Off to request that Hitfilm adds this feature at once. :)

  • @NormanPCN "...Excluding effects compositing of course..."

    Blackmagic have Eyeon Fusion for that...and that, too, has a version on Linux...

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