1. This is my DaVinci Resolve Demo Reel 2013. All Da Vinci Resolve Panel shot was done by myself. Phantom slowmotion shot are also done by me.
    More info here: remydevlieger.com/


    Remy De Vlieger
    Johannes Dunan
    Mark L. Pederson
    Bryan Bowden
    Cassidy Bisher
    Jarred Land

    Rémy De Vlieger

    Remy De Vlieger

    Camera: Blackmagic 2,5K Cinema Camera / Phantom HD Gold / Phantom Miro M120 / Canon 5DMKII
    Lens: CANON 17-40mm f/4, CANON 70-200 f/4 IS, CANON 24-105 f/4 IS, CANON 85 f/1,8
    Slider: KONOVA

    More information:

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  2. 10 hours to grade the 30 second spot.
    15 hours to deconstruct and animate the grading process on 5 shots.
    Graded and De/Graded and Re-animated on a Baselight 4, Cutting Edge, Sydney, Australia.
    No plug ins, just the occasional matte, and a faux tracker window.

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  3. Recorded live at the NAB SuperMeet, 9th April, 2013, this demonstration by Alexis Van Hurkman, shows the new features of DaVinci Resolve 10, which will be available in the third quarter of 2013.

    Also checkout "Opinion: Why DaVinci Resolve 10 is such a big deal."



    Editing in DaVinci Resolve 10 also includes a powerful title tool with static, lower third, scroll and crawl titles with multiple fonts, size, drop shadow and XY positioning. Timelines in DaVinci Resolve 10 also include the support of compound clips with multiple elements including multiple video and audio tracks. Also, DaVinci Resolve 10 can be used for stereoscopic 3D projects with full support for left and right eye clips in the media pool and the edit timeline. Using timecode and reel name, DaVinci Resolve 10 will automatically associate the left and right eye of the stereoscopic clips.

    Color correction features have been upgraded in DaVinci Resolve 10, including support for industry standard OpenFX plug ins with an unlimited number of plug ins per clip. There are now unlimited power windows per corrector node and the new Gradient PowerWindow lets colorists quickly add a gradient across the image. Other new color correction features include copy and paste of tracking data, motion effects including spatial and temporal noise reduction and motion blur effects.

    For project delivery, DaVinci Resolve 10 includes full audio track visibility in the deliver window timeline as well as EasyDCP integration so users can render directly from their project timeline into a Digital Cinema Package for release to theaters. Because DaVinci Resolve 10 allows rendering from the camera RAW file directly to the Digital Cinema Package files in the highest quality 32 bit float, there is simply no better quality possible for a cinema release master. Customers simply need to purchase a license from EasyDCP to enable this feature.

    DaVinci Resolve 10 also supports additional media types and continues to be the industry leader in file based workflows because it operates with virtually all video file types available. New formats include JPEG 2000 decoding and encoding, AVI clip decoding, playback and more.


    As workflows have changed, more post production is now started on set during the shoot. Lighting and other aspects of the shoot are also often verified based on color correction checks and DaVinci Resolve 10 has new powerful tools to manage this process. The new Resolve Live feature allows color grading direct from the video input live with full creative power such as primaries, secondaries, power windows, custom curves and more. Grades can be stored and then relinked when the camera files are loaded.

    DaVinci Resolve 10 includes enhanced editing features and allows online finishing of edits performed in other popular editing software. This means multiple users can submit scenes in large complex jobs from the applications they prefer to use, and DaVinci Resolve 10 can finish online from the original camera RAW files for dramatically better quality than would be available when finishing in a standard NLE software package. If any scene needs additional editing, it can be moved back to the NLE software letting editors use the tools they love.

    New editing features include full multi track editing with 16 channels of audio per clip and unlimited video and audio tracks in the timeline. Audio can be synced or trimmed and dragged independently to the timeline. Other new editing features include extensive ripple, roll, slide and slip clip trimming support which display dynamically on the timeline and viewer. The viewer also allows split screen display to show in and out points of adjacent clips.

    A good example of the online editing process is when an edit has been completed in Final Cut Pro X that includes mixed frame rates, mixed media types, multiple audio tracks and even color corrections. DaVinci Resolve 10 will support import of that project via XML and will online it including full translation of all these elements while rendering the master from the original RAW camera files. This means that Final Cut Pro X editors can use DaVinci Resolve 10 as the tool to online their work for cinema release and generate the Digital Cinema Package file directly from the camera RAW files.

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  4. Footage ranging from Canon 7D, S16 all the way to 65mm Arriscans, BMD 2k, FS7, F55, F65, Red Scarlet/Epic (MX, Dragon, Weapon, & Monochrome), and Arri Alexa.

    Smoke, Resolve, Scratch, Lustre


    Short Line (Alex Banks Remix) By Howling, Alex Banks

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