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Building A Subtractive Saturation Node Tree In DaVinci Resolve

'Subtractive saturation' is a hot topic with colorists. Learn how to manually build this tool in DaVinci Resolve for more natural results.

Office Hours Live Stream - Color Management (and much more)

This is our first Office Hours Livestream. Four Mixing Light Contributors take and answer questions from members in a livestream.

Mixing Light Member Update - January 2022

Mixing Light's new CEO shares the changes that are being made to the service, and the reasoning behind these changes.

Looking Forward To 2022 - Improving Myself, My Grading, My Business

Colorist Robbie Carman looks forward to 2022 and the steps he's to improve his color grading skills, business, and personal well-being.

Baselight Student – Importing Media Using The FLUX Manage Viewer

Learn how to import media, bookmark folders, preview and edit footage into a sequence, using the FLUX viewer. Plus - recovering from a crash.

Dolby Vision - Custom ACES SDR to HDR Part 4 - Deliverables And QC

In Part 4, learn how to QC and deliver your Dolby Vision HDR and SDR masters, including Video- or Data- level settings for ProRes exports.

Learning Baselight Student - Setting Up Your First Scene

In Part 4, dig deeper into setting up a Baselight 'Scene'. Some options can't be changed later and others will force your media offline.

Custom ACES SDR to HDR Part 3 - Dolby Vision Trims

Learn how to use the original SDR color grade as a reference for a new SDR Dolby Vision trim from an HDR re-master (gulp!)!

Live Call - Coding DCTLs Wrap-Up Discussion with Cullen Kelly

Cullen Kelly wraps his 10-part intro series about Coding DCTL. It's a live Q&A session answering questions, while Cullen learns something new!

Learning Baselight Student - Understanding The User Interface

This Insight provides an orientation on the Baselight Student user interface. Plus, learn the terms Host, Job, Scene as used by Baselight.

Announcement - Mixing Light Is Evolving

Mixing Light announces a change of ownership with Patrick moving up as owner/CEO as Robbie and Dan step away. Get the full story.

Elsewhere On The Web: Netflix Recommended Displays (and more)

This series returns with stories on Netflix recommended displays; being a better colorist; color harmonies; and note-taking.

Learning Baselight Student - Series Overview and Introduction

New Mixing Light Contributor Luke Ross kicks off a 20-part series on learning Baselight Student, for newbies and experienced colorists alike.

Creative Coding with DCTL Part 9 – Adding A Visual Curve Overlay

Colorist Cullen Kelly finishes off coding a split-toning Resolve DCTL plugin with a visual overlay showing how the RGB channels are modified.

SDR To HDR - Working With Graphics In Node-Level Color Management

In part two of his series, Colorist Joey D'Anna shows you how to color manage graphics when trimming a project from SDR up to HDR.

Creative Coding with DCTL Part 8 - Refining UI Parameters

Colorist Cullen Kelly finished defining his Davinci Resolve DCTL plugin. Learn how he tweaks the interface, eliminating 'dead zones.'

Behind The Curtain - Building a HDR Ready Show Look

In this Insight Dan (well known for his gritty looks) tries to bring a bit of that style to a cleaner, HDR ready show look created in Baselight

Demystifying The Horseshoe - A Guided Dive Into The 1931 CIE Chart

We've all seen the 1931 CIE RGB Chromaticity Chart but do you understand its importance to film and video? How does it map to human vision?

Resolve 17.4: My Favorites From A Huge Release

DaVinci Resolve 17.4 is a substantial update. Colorist Joey D'Anna explores his favorite features, big and small, on the Color & Edit Pages.

Custom ACES: SDR To HDR - Part 1

In this Insight, Colorist Joey D’Anna shows you how to move an SDR grade into HDR using a Custom ACES fixed node structure.

Color Page Tools You Might Have Forgotten About Or Didn't Know

In an application as deep as Resolve its easy to forget about a feature or not even know one was there! In this Insight, Robbie Carman explores some of these

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