Tracking Power Windows: Tips and Tricks in DaVinci Resolve

Tracking Power Windows: Tips and Tricks in DaVinci Resolve

July 15, 2013
Dan Moran C.S.I.

Learn how you can track foregrounds, backgrounds + copying and pasting tracks and how to deal with objects moving behind other objects while tracking.


Tracking Power Windows is something we do day in, day out in our color correction sessions. So I thought it was a good idea to share my tips and insights on this subject. On DaVinci Resolve I have honestly not keyframed a window manually using the keyframe editor in a long long time. In this video you learn how I track foregrounds, backgrounds plus copying and pasting tracks and then how to deal with objects moving behind other objects while tracking.

Hopefully you guys find it useful!

– Dan

Tracking Power Windows: Tips and Tricks in DaVinci Resolve

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