This tutorial introduces the primary colour wheels - lift, gamma and gain. We'll see how to use these primary controls to start our colour correction, and how to reset things if it all goes a bit awry.
Shot for the Farnham360 project (http://www.farnham360.co.uk); this video is about Jo Aylwin's studio and gallery for textiles, based in the Woolmead in East Street, Farnham.
This is the ungraded version - recorded with ML2.3 on a Canon 600D and a 50mm f1.8 lens. Shot using my own picture profile too :) This version has had no colour correction, no grading, no sharpening, nothing! I'm quite pleased with how it looks straight out of the camera... and it was H.264 recording too.
This tutorial looks at the Camera Raw adjustments from within the Color window. We'll look at the Master settings and Clip Decoder Settings, find out what the difference is between resetting your changes and reverting your changes, as well as how to make changes to multiple clips at once (and when to use Apply Changes, and when to use Apply Settings).
Lots to cover here, before we move on to nodes in the next tutorial.
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OK, so I know this tutorial is [very] out of sequence as I haven't put up tutorials 3 - 10 yet, but a buddy of mine asked specifically about dealing with audio in Resolve 10.
This tutorial looks at how to synchronise your audio and video clips; with Magic Lantern raw recording being used on Canon cameras, and often no way of recording audio to the camera as well, we rely on a seperate audio recording, and then sync'ing the audio and video together in post-production.
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Camera: Canon 600D, ML2.3 (H.264 recording), plus own picture style selected in-camera.
Lens: Canon 50mm f1.8
Audio: Tascam DR60D with Rode lav mic (XLR).