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Video Editing Fundamentals: DaVinci Resolve 17 Crash Course

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Video Editing Fundamentals: DaVinci Resolve 17 Crash Course

Video Editing Fundamentals: DaVinci Resolve 17 Crash Course
Duration: 2h 14m | .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 1.48 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn to make your own videos! This course will teach you the basics of video editing in DaVinci Resolve 17 as well as some slightly more challenging editing tricks. After completing the course, you'll be able to create YouTube-ready videos such as game videos and vlogs.
2 hours of content where we go straight to the point. This course proceeds logically and includes the most essential things a novice video maker should know. The video editing software used in the course is free.
What you'll learn:
animating elements with keyframes
video tracking so you'll be able to hold elements in place while the camera is moving
creating effects with the node editor in the Fusion page
color correction and masking using the color tools
how to add music and sounds to a video and adjust them to fit
recording voice-over to a video
using transitions and effects in a video
adding text and images over the video
creating presets for different types of projects
creating presets for the best rendering settings
working on the timeline using keyboard shortcuts
using LUTs to correct video colors
how to create Compound clips and use the Smart Bin
clipping and trimming clips on the timeline
downloading and adding new fonts to the video editor
using the Media, Cut, Edit, Fusion, Color, Fairlight, and Deliver pages
theory of frame rate (FPS), resolution, and bitrate
making a video from start to finish
After the course, you can use what you have learned to create different kinds of videos and publish them, for example, on YouTube to get feedback from potential viewers. Through feedback and regular practicing, you'll become a better video maker. When you do this, the keyboard shortcuts of the editor stick in your mind, which makes the editing phase much smoother.
It may also be worthwhile to create a workflow that suits you so you can finish your videos as efficiently as possible. To do this, you may want to use the Smart Bin feature of the editor so that you can easily add, for example, your intro or outro to each of your videos.
If you want, you can explore the DaVinci Resolve's Fusion and Color pages more deeply after the course and learn how to create effects that enhance the look of your videos and strengthen your channel brand.