Luke Ross teaches you how to use Blending Strips in the free Baselight Student. Plus, go down the rabbit hole of the Blending Control Panel.
In Part 8 of our series, learn the three colour space options that are essential to correctly colour grading in Baselight Student.
Learn how to import media, bookmark folders, preview and edit footage into a sequence, using the FLUX viewer. Plus - recovering from a crash.
Dan briefs you on a Black & White Tri-X look. If you grade to his brief and post in the comments, he'll play 'client' and offer feedback.
How easy is it to do final finishing in Baselight? Dan shares his approach to adding titles, audio, compositing and rendering
Grading a one-shot music video shot on the Panasonic GH5 was challenging. Check out this Insight to learn Dan's approach.
In July I started the proecess of moving to Baselight full time for my grading. As a 10 year Resolve veteran I need to let go of the past
Everything you need to know from project creation to starting your grade including, colour management, project management & Scene Detection
An introduction into building a Kodachrome inspired look on Arri Alexa footage using Basegrade, Looks, Grain and Color Crosstalk
In this insight Dan reviews your submissions and shares his own Sci-Fi look using primarily Baseilght Base Grade
Dan plays client and dishes out a grade brief for a Modern Sci-Fi film that he'd like you to execute. Remember there are no wrong looks!
Mixing the R, G, and B colour channels is a versatile color grading technique. Using Resolve's RGB Mixer, learn its simplicity - and power.