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Color Correction: How to Use the Waveform, Lift, Gamma, and Gain - cinemaDNG
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial looks at primary color correction and gives an explanation of how to read the waveform display and how to use it in combination with the lift, gamma and gain controls to set proper exposure for you footage. This tutorial also takes a brief look at the difference in how luma values are handled in YRGB and ACES color space. Using the RGB Parade to correct the color of your footage is briefly touched on, but is not the focus of this tutorial.
Views: 24217 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 to Adobe Premiere CS6 Round Trip for the Black Magic Cinema Camera
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq A quick workflow tutorial covering the use of cinemaDNG files from the Black Magic Cinema Camera with DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. The workflow is simplified to focus on the round trip aspects of the process and not specific video format encoding or output settings. Footage from Blackmagic Design / John Brawley
Views: 112529 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - How to Force Conform a Clip
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how to force conform a clip in DaVinci Resolve. This action will allow you to link a video clip from the media pool with a clip in the timeline on the conform page. This technique is very useful when media is incorrectly linked and you need to force Resolve to connect to the correct media in your project.
Views: 9675 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9.1 - How to Use cinemaDNG with ACES Color Space - Blackmagic Camera, Ikonoskop
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq An introduction to using ACES color space in DaVinci Resolve 9.1 with cinemaDNG from the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and Ikonoskop A-Cam DII. What ACES is, how it works, definition of IDT, ACES, RRT, and ODT, how to setup a DaVinci Resolve 9.1 project for ACES color science using the new cinemaDNG IDT. Just a surface overview of ACES intended to get you started.
Views: 19011 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Spaceship - Part 4: How to Copy a Grade
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through node by node how to create a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate specific image areas for adjustment, using the alpha output to create transparency, as well as how to use power windows, blur, and saturation to create a final look. Part 1: Intro/Color Grading - http://youtu.be/MHwc4wfXi-c Part 2: Foreground Qualifier - http://youtu.be/Ki7vTfvO0t0 Part 3: Background Qualifier - http://youtu.be/2EtF1On2ozw Part 4: How to Copy a Grade - http://youtu.be/XZRp35VQAVs Part 5: Using the Alpha Output - http://youtu.be/LPvN4v-G69k
Views: 5918 Jesse Borkowski
How to Create and Export an External Alpha Matte Using Adobe After Effects
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how to create and export an external alpha matte using Adobe After Effects. Topics covered include: defining what an alpha matte is, keying out a background using After Effects, the Keylight filter and a garbage matte, and how to export an external alpha matte to use in compositing.
Views: 17306 Jesse Borkowski
Creating the Look: Woods - Part 1: Introduction/Project Settings -  DaVinci Resolve 9
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq Intended for beginners, this series of tutorials walks you through creating a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1 using multiple nodes. Topics covered include working with nodes, setting primary color correction, using secondary color correction, adding a power window, and using the tracker in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction/Project Settings - http://youtu.be/EncFsiNoaNw Part 2: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/wDitwtoEXDU Part 3: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/kN2kfIvUmys Part 4: Power Windows and Tracking - http://youtu.be/OGnJW4t95TM
Views: 9149 Jesse Borkowski
Color Correction - DaVinci Resolve 9 - How to Use the HSL Qualifier
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how you can use qualifiers in DaVinci Resolve 9 to isolate an area of an image and apply secondary color adjustments to your selection.
Views: 11258 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - How to Use the Blur Palette
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial gives an overview of the Blur, Sharpen and Mist modes when using the Blur Palette in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Covers the functionality of the Radius, H/V Ratio, Scaling, Coring Softness, Level and Mix controls in the different modes.
Views: 15500 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - Introduction to Dynamic and Static Keyframes
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial introduces the use of Dynamic and Static keyframes in DaVinci Resolve 9 for animating parameters over time. The lesson covers the difference between the two types of keyframes, how to add them in a project, and a real world example of using dynamic keyframes to correct for exposure.
Views: 10218 Jesse Borkowski
Creating the Look: Woods - Part 4: Power Windows and Tracking -  DaVinci Resolve 9
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq Intended for beginners, this series of tutorials walks you through creating a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1 using multiple nodes. Topics covered include working with nodes, setting primary color correction, using secondary color correction, adding a power window, and using the tracker in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction/Project Settings - http://youtu.be/EncFsiNoaNw Part 2: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/wDitwtoEXDU Part 3: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/kN2kfIvUmys Part 4: Power Windows and Tracking - http://youtu.be/OGnJW4t95TM
Views: 21206 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - How to Create a Composite Using an External Matte
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how you can create a composite in DaVinci Resolve 9 using an external matte. Topics covered include: linking an external matte to your original footage, applying the external matte using nodes, and how you can adjust an external matte in DaVinci Resolve if needed. If you're interested you can learn how to create and export an external matte using Adobe After Effects in this tutorial: http://youtu.be/5w2lqvr3MQM
Views: 10781 Jesse Borkowski
Adobe Premiere Pro CC - How to Copy and Paste Transitions
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial teaches you how to copy and paste transitions across multiple tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Topics covered include how to copy and paste transitions, setting a target track, and working with the up/down arrow keys to move through edit decision points. Copying and pasting in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 works in essentially the same manner shown in this tutorial if you are not currently using CC.
Views: 36513 Jesse Borkowski
Creating the Look: Woods - Part 2: Primary Color Correction -  DaVinci Resolve 9
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq Intended for beginners, this series of tutorials walks you through creating a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1 using multiple nodes. Topics covered include working with nodes, setting primary color correction, using secondary color correction, adding a power window, and using the tracker in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction/Project Settings - http://youtu.be/EncFsiNoaNw Part 2: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/wDitwtoEXDU Part 3: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/kN2kfIvUmys Part 4: Power Windows and Tracking - http://youtu.be/OGnJW4t95TM
Views: 11401 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - 1940's Glamour - Part 3: Remote and Local Versions
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through how to create the "1940's Glamour" look from the 'Bird by Gulley' music video in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate a specific image area, using a power window, and how to use local and remote grades to apply different looks to the same shot. Part 1: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/PPVm0WYOqnA Part 2: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/DBMz1wlXBc4 Part 3: Local and Remote Grades - http://youtu.be/oHJljicZ9Pg
Views: 3327 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - 1940's Glamour - Part 1: Intro / Primary Color Correction
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through how to create the "1940's Glamour" look from the 'Bird by Gulley' music video in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate a specific image area, using a power window, and how to use local and remote grades to apply different looks to the same shot. Part 1: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/PPVm0WYOqnA Part 2: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/DBMz1wlXBc4 Part 3: Local and Remote Grades - http://youtu.be/oHJljicZ9Pg
Views: 7030 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - How to Remove a Green Screen - Compositing Tutorial
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how to use nodes, the qualifier, power windows and the alpha output to remove a green screen in DaVinci Resolve. It's not as powerful an option as using Adobe After Effects, but if you need to remove a green or blue screen in DaVinci Resolve this is how you can do it.
Views: 22830 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Part 2: Primary Grading - Improving Exposure, Focus, Color
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through a real world example of how exposure, focus, and color can be improved when working with cinemaDNG in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction - http://youtu.be/Mf6MfQWPuuU Part 2: Primary Grading - http://youtu.be/b-8xBM_kQFk Part 3: Secondary Grading - http://youtu.be/ejS9-7XNaIM Suggested Viewing: How to Use the Blur Palette - http://youtu.be/MQN-yg7Qhdg The Real Value Teaser Trailer can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/WY32nnKrB70 Part 1 gives an overview of the technical limitations present when the scene was recorded. Part 2 shows some strategies for setting primary color correction with cinemaDNG to improve overall exposure and color balance. Part 3 gets into secondary color correction, showing you how to alter specific parts of a scene using focus and exposure to draw a viewers attention to the most important areas.
Views: 3063 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - Adjusting Proxy Settings for your Workflow - Resolve to Premiere CS6
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This is a follow-up to a previous tutorial on using Resolve and Premiere Pro to Round Trip Black Magic Cinema Camera files - http://youtu.be/-0S2MJT9wDY. This tutorial goes a bit more in depth on proxy settings and how you can customize proxies to work with your edit system. I would recommend watching the round trip video first. I received a lot of questions about how to create proxy files for specific edit systems, so this is an attempt to point you in the right direction. Footage from Blackmagic Design / John Brawley
Views: 15038 Jesse Borkowski
How to Grade  Ikonoskop A-Cam DII Footage in DaVinci Resolve
 
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This tutorial takes you through how to setup footage from the Ikonoskop A-Cam DII in DaVinci Resolve 9 if using YRGB color space. There is now an update tutorial on using ACES color space with A-Cam footage in Resolve. This video covers setting gamma, removing magenta from the shadows, auto-color and applying a center crop to remove sidebars for final delivery.
Views: 2413 Jesse Borkowski
03. CinemaDNG Workflow: Editing a  Multicam Music Video - DaVinci Resolve 9 and Premiere Pro CC
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq The third and final of three tutorials that take you through the entire CinemaDNG post-production workflow - from creating proxies to final export - for editing a multicam music video using DaVinci Resolve 9 and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. 01. Creating Proxies - http://bit.ly/14L2iWB 02. Working with MultiCam - http://bit.ly/14xVw2s 03. Final Color Grading and Export - http://bit.ly/16spTOs 01. Creating Proxies - http://bit.ly/14L2iWB Part one of the series shows you how to use DaVinci Resolve 9 to create low-resolution proxy files from your CinemaDNG footage. Topics covered include: importing footage, linking audio, applying basic color correction, and proxy export settings. 02. Working with Multicam - http://bit.ly/14xVw2s Part two of the series takes you through creating a multicam sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Topics covered include: importing footage, creating a multicam sequence, syncing multiple clips with audio, adjusting video tracks to fix sync issues, editing, flattening, and exporting a multicam sequence for import back into DaVinci Resolve 9. 03. Final Color Grading and Export - http://bit.ly/16spTOs Part three of the series covers importing an XML file into Resolve for final color grading and exporting back to Premiere Pro. Topics covered include: importing an XML to Resolve, color grading, master export settings, importing back into Premiere Pro and final export settings.
Views: 5003 Jesse Borkowski
Premiere Pro CC - How to Use Adobe Dynamic Link
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how to use Adobe Dynamic Link to connect an edited sequence from Premiere Pro to After Effects for dynamic color correction or effects work between programs. Additionally, This tutorial briefly touches on using Color Finesse from Synthetic Aperture. Adobe Dynamic Link will work in Adobe CC or CS6.
Views: 52960 Jesse Borkowski
01. CinemaDNG Workflow: Editing a  Multicam Music Video - DaVinci Resolve 9 and Premiere Pro CC
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of three tutorials takes you through the entire CinemaDNG post-production workflow - from creating proxies to final export - for editing a multicam music video using DaVinci Resolve 9 and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. 01. Creating Proxies - http://bit.ly/14L2iWB 02. Working with MultiCam - http://bit.ly/14xVw2s 03. Final Color Grading and Export - http://bit.ly/16spTOs 01. Creating Proxies - Part one of the series shows you how to use DaVinci Resolve 9 to create low-resolution proxy files from your CinemaDNG footage. Topics covered include: importing footage, linking audio, applying basic color correction, and proxy export settings. 02. Working with MultiCam - Part two of the series takes you through creating a multicam sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Topics covered include: importing footage, creating a multicam sequence, syncing multiple clips with audio, adjusting video tracks to fix sync issues, editing, flattening, and exporting a multicam sequence for import back into DaVinci Resolve 9. 03. Final Color Grading and Export - Part three of the series covers importing an XML file into Resolve for final color grading and exporting back to Premiere Pro. Topics covered include: importing an XML to Resolve, color grading, master export settings, importing back into Premiere Pro and final export settings.
Views: 14881 Jesse Borkowski
Creating the Look: Woods -  Part 3: Secondary Color Correction -  DaVinci Resolve 9
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq Intended for beginners, this series of tutorials walks you through creating a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1 using multiple nodes. Topics covered include working with nodes, setting primary color correction, using secondary color correction, adding a power window, and using the tracker in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction/Project Settings - http://youtu.be/EncFsiNoaNw Part 2: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/wDitwtoEXDU Part 3: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/kN2kfIvUmys Part 4: Power Windows and Tracking - http://youtu.be/OGnJW4t95TM
Views: 7838 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Part 1: Introduction - Improving Exposure, Focus, Color
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through a real world example of how exposure, focus, and color can be improved when working with cinemaDNG in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction - http://youtu.be/Mf6MfQWPuuU Part 2: Primary Grading - http://youtu.be/b-8xBM_kQFk Part 3: Secondary Grading - http://youtu.be/ejS9-7XNaIM Suggested Viewing: How to Use the Blur Palette - http://youtu.be/MQN-yg7Qhdg The Real Value Teaser Trailer can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/WY32nnKrB70 Part 1 gives an overview of the technical limitations present when the scene was recorded. Part 2 shows some strategies for setting primary color correction with cinemaDNG to improve overall exposure and color balance. Part 3 gets into secondary color correction, showing you how to alter specific parts of a scene using focus and exposure to draw a viewers attention to the most important areas.
Views: 3533 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - 1940's Glamour - Part 2: Secondary Color Correction
 
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This series of tutorials takes you through how to create the "1940's Glamour" look from the 'Bird by Gulley' music video in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate a specific image area, using a power window, and how to use local and remote grades to apply different looks to the same shot. Part 1: Primary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/PPVm0WYOqnA Part 2: Secondary Color Correction - http://youtu.be/DBMz1wlXBc4 Part 3: Local and Remote Grades - http://youtu.be/oHJljicZ9Pg
Views: 4228 Jesse Borkowski
How to Fix Lens Vignetting - Working with Vintage Lenses
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This tutorial shows you how to easily fix lens vignetting using DaVinci Resolve 10.
Views: 5217 Jesse Borkowski
How to Assemble a RAID - Post-Production Data Management
 
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This tutorial shows you how simple it can be to assemble your own RAID. It's not a technical explanation of RAID functionality, but rather an example of how you can build a RAID yourself using an external RAID enclosure and hard drives. The RAID built in this tutorial is a 16GB RAID 5, with 12GB of usable space after accounting for the drive capacity used for redundancy. The build uses 4x4TB HGST NAS hard drives (http://bit.ly/1kocApK) and a Dyconn 4 bay RAID case (http://bit.ly/1efEulo). This is the first time I've used a Dyconn enclosure.
Views: 2176 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Spaceship  - Part 5: Using the Alpha Output
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through node by node how to create a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate specific image areas for adjustment, using the alpha output to create transparency, as well as how to use power windows, blur, and saturation to create a final look. Part 1: Intro/Color Grading - http://youtu.be/MHwc4wfXi-c Part 2: Foreground Qualifier - http://youtu.be/Ki7vTfvO0t0 Part 3: Background Qualifier - http://youtu.be/2EtF1On2ozw Part 4: How to Copy a Grade - http://youtu.be/XZRp35VQAVs Part 5: Using the Alpha Output - http://youtu.be/LPvN4v-G69k
Views: 2625 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Spaceship  - Part 1: Intro/Color Grading
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through node by node how to create a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate specific image areas for adjustment, using the alpha output to create transparency, as well as how to use power windows, blur, and saturation to create a final look. Part 1: Intro/Color Grading - http://youtu.be/MHwc4wfXi-c Part 2: Foreground Qualifier - http://youtu.be/Ki7vTfvO0t0 Part 3: Background Qualifier - http://youtu.be/2EtF1On2ozw Part 4: How to Copy a Grade - http://youtu.be/XZRp35VQAVs Part 5: Using the Alpha Output - http://youtu.be/LPvN4v-G69k
Views: 4516 Jesse Borkowski
Woods - Ikonoskop A-Cam DII Test
 
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Filmed on the Ikonoskop A-Cam with a Nikon 50mm 1.4. Graded in Resolve. Edited in Premiere Pro. 24fps. Shutter 180. Daylight balance.
Views: 2104 Jesse Borkowski
How to Extract and Reconform Audio Recorded on the Ikonoskop A-Cam DII
 
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UPDATED tutorial that takes you through extracting and reconforming audio recorded on the Ikonoskop A-Cam DII using the new Audio Tool v1.1 and DaVinci Resolve 9, how to use the .bwf file format to preserve timecode and how to reconform your extracted audio files to your footage using DaVinci Resolve 9.
Views: 712 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Spaceship - Part 3: Background Qualifier
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through node by node how to create a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate specific image areas for adjustment, using the alpha output to create transparency, as well as how to use power windows, blur, and saturation to create a final look. Part 1: Intro/Color Grading - http://youtu.be/MHwc4wfXi-c Part 2: Foreground Qualifier - http://youtu.be/Ki7vTfvO0t0 Part 3: Background Qualifier - http://youtu.be/2EtF1On2ozw Part 4: How to Copy a Grade - http://youtu.be/XZRp35VQAVs Part 5: Using the Alpha Output - http://youtu.be/LPvN4v-G69k
Views: 2043 Jesse Borkowski
02. CinemaDNG Workflow: Editing a  Multicam Music Video - DaVinci Resolve 9 and Premiere Pro CC
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq The second of three tutorials that take you through the entire CinemaDNG post-production workflow - from creating proxies to final export - for editing a multicam music video using DaVinci Resolve 9 and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. 01. Creating Proxies - http://bit.ly/14L2iWB 02. Working with MultiCam - http://bit.ly/14xVw2s 03. Final Color Grading and Export - http://bit.ly/16spTOs 01. Creating Proxies - http://bit.ly/14L2iWB Part one of the series shows you how to use DaVinci Resolve 9 to create low-resolution proxy files from your CinemaDNG footage. Topics covered include: importing footage, linking audio, applying basic color correction, and proxy export settings. 02. Working with Multicam - http://bit.ly/14xVw2s Part two of the series takes you through creating a multicam sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Topics covered include: importing footage, creating a multicam sequence, syncing multiple clips with audio, adjusting video tracks to fix sync issues, editing, flattening, and exporting a multicam sequence for import back into DaVinci Resolve 9. 03. Final Color Grading and Export - http://bit.ly/16spTOs Part three of the series covers importing an XML file into Resolve for final color grading and exporting back to Premiere Pro. Topics covered include: importing an XML to Resolve, color grading, master export settings, importing back into Premiere Pro and final export settings.
Views: 9178 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 - Working with Unsupported Media - Resolve and Premiere CS6
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This is an introduction to working with unsupported media when sending a project to Resolve from Premiere Pro CS6. This video just shows you what happens when you try to import unsupported media into Resolve and is an illustration as to why it is important to manage your media BEFORE you send it to Resolve for color correction. Footage from Blackmagic Design / John Brawley
Views: 2423 Jesse Borkowski
Coffee - Ikonoskop A-Cam DII Test
 
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First Ikonoskop A-Cam DII Test. Nikon 50mm prime. Graded with Resolve. Edited with Adobe Premiere.
Views: 1442 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Part 3: Secondary Grading - Improving Exposure, Focus, Color
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through a real world example of how exposure, focus, and color can be improved when working with cinemaDNG in DaVinci Resolve. Part 1: Introduction - http://youtu.be/Mf6MfQWPuuU Part 2: Primary Grading - http://youtu.be/b-8xBM_kQFk Part 3: Secondary Grading - http://youtu.be/ejS9-7XNaIM Suggested Viewing: How to Use the Blur Palette - http://youtu.be/MQN-yg7Qhdg The Real Value Teaser Trailer can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/WY32nnKrB70 Part 1 gives an overview of the technical limitations present when the scene was recorded. Part 2 shows some strategies for setting primary color correction with cinemaDNG to improve overall exposure and color balance. Part 3 gets into secondary color correction, showing you how to alter specific parts of a scene using focus and exposure to draw a viewers attention to the most important areas.
Views: 2074 Jesse Borkowski
DaVinci Resolve 9 Creating the Look - Spaceship - Part 2: Foreground Qualifier
 
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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/14uy8tq This series of tutorials takes you through node by node how to create a look in DaVinci Resolve 9.1. Topics covered include: primary and secondary color grading, using the qualifier to isolate specific image areas for adjustment, using the alpha output to create transparency, as well as how to use power windows, blur, and saturation to create a final look. Part 1: Intro/Color Grading - http://youtu.be/MHwc4wfXi-c Part 2: Foreground Qualifier - http://youtu.be/Ki7vTfvO0t0 Part 3: Background Qualifier - http://youtu.be/2EtF1On2ozw Part 4: How to Copy a Grade - http://youtu.be/XZRp35VQAVs Part 5: Using the Alpha Output - http://youtu.be/LPvN4v-G69k
Views: 2366 Jesse Borkowski
Plane. Red. Love.
 
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'Plane. Red. Love.' explores the interrelationship between visual, auditory, and symbolic language. Screened at the Milano Super8 Film Festival, Coolidge Corner Film Festival, Milwaukee Short Film Festival. Film: Kodak Ektachrome 100D Camera: Beaulieu 7008 Processing: Alpha Cine Transfer: Ochoypico Film: Jesse Borkowski Actress: Meredith Gulley Music: Kevin MacLeod Copyright 2010 Jesse Borkowski
Views: 1215 Jesse Borkowski

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