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How To Upgrade Your GoPro Hero11 To A 10-bit Log Workflow

Learn to leverage GoPro labs firmware and Resolve colorspace transforms to color manage footage from the new Hero 11 cameras in 10 bit log.

Refining A Fusion Title Animation & Creating A Reusable Template

Learn how to use shading layers, add intro/outro animations, and package your Fusion animation as a *.drfx template for easy sharing.

A Deep Dive Into Creating Fuse Effects for DaVinci Resolve

Colorist, finisher, scripting/automation developer Igor Riđanović begins a 2-part dive into creating custom Fuse FX for complicated effects.

The Multiple Personalities of Resolve's Contrast-Pivot Controls

Colorist Patrick Inhofer shows you the three different and distinct behaviors of DaVinci Resolve's two Contrast-Pivot controls.

Substituting ACES ADX for Cineon Film Log With Film Looks LUTs

Explore how to get better results from Resolve’s Film Looks LUTs by leveraging the ACES ADX standard — even if you're not grading in ACES!

First Look: Elgato Stream Deck + with SideshowFX Profiles

Colorist Jamie Dickinson shares initial impressions using Elgato's Stream Deck + (with SideshowFX profiles) to control Resolve's HDR Palette.

How To Build A Custom Fusion Title Template From Scratch - Part 1

VFX specialist and trainer Bernd Klimm joins Team Mixing Light shows how to create a custom Fusion title template to use on the Edit Page.

5 Ways To Start Editing A Scene - And Then Finish Strong

Editor Jonny Elwyn shares five tested methods for starting from a blank timeline, even with overwhelming footage, while keeping things tight.

Mixing Light Update: New Forum & Member Profile Features

A series of new enhancements to our community forums are now live! Learn what you need to do to update your account. Plus, a mobile app?

The Do’s And Don’ts of Color Correcting with Hue-vs-Sat Curves

Colorist Cullen Kelly explores his favorite uses of the Sat vs Lum curve in Resolve and best practices for consistently great results.

A Hands-On Introduction To DaVinci Resolve On iPad Beta for Pros

Colorist Joey D’Anna gives an extended review of DaVinci Resolve for iPad Beta, how it differs from the desktop, and what it may excel at.

Grading An Animated Film: Speeding Up The Fusion Composition

In Part 2 of this series, colorist Patrick Inhofer shows you how enabled complex Fusion comps for real-time, interactive color grading.

Deep Dive: DaVinci Resolve Cloud Remote Collaboration

In Part 2 of our series, learn the many features (and tips/trick) of Davinci Resolve 18's cloud-based Collaborative Workflow

Using The Surface Tracker On Complex Power Window Operations

Learn how to apply a VFX-style workflow to color grading (replacing the tedious operation of tracking multiple power windows independently).

Comparing ARRI’s LogC4 LUTs To Resolve Color Management

Learn to customize the built-in color management workflow of Resolve with quality external LUTs. This series begins with ARRI's LogC4 LUT.

Retouching In Fusion Is Simplified With The Resolve 18.1 Update

The Resolve 18.1 update added the Resolve FX 'Surface Tracker' plugin to the Fusion page. Learn how this vastly simplifies beauty retouching.

New Little Features Packing A Punch In DaVinci Resolve 18.1

DaVinci Resolve 18.1 is a feature-rich update. Colorist and finisher Joey D'Anna offers his list of impactful features - that aren't obvious.

Freelance Editing Tips: Setting Up Premiere Pro from Scratch

As a freelance editor, what are the first few settings you need to optimize when working on a client's computer - so you can work 'at speed'?

Using the Surface Tracker Resolve FX for Color Grading - Part 1

Learn how to use Resolve's 'Surface Tracker' Resolve FX for color grading - using it as a Power Window or to warp an existing Power Window.

Emulating the ‘God Rays’ Look with the Light Rays Resolve FX

Crepuscular rays (God Rays) are a unique natural phenomenon. Learn how to quickly emulate this effect using Resolve's 'Light Rays' plugin.

Rendering Files for Review or Delivery in Baselight

Luke Ross wraps our 20-part introductory series on color grading with Baselight (and the free Baselight LOOK) on how to create deliverables.

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