Category: Tutorials

Flanders CM250

I just bought a Flanders CM250 OLED monitor and I can’t say anything else then that I am a very happy colorist. About 3 years ago I got a job at the Swedish broadcaster SVT and there I got one

Posted in Product Reviews

Compositing in Davinci Resolve – Sky Replacement

Sometimes you have a nice image, but with a sky that just isn’t right for the story. So how do you replace the sky with another without leaving Resolve? In this tutorial I will show you a simple way to

Posted in DaVinci Resolve

The right suite at the right price

Now that BlackMagic Design has presented Resolve 11 at NAB I have been doing some thinking about the advantages and disadvantages of having everything in one suite. It’s not only BlackMagic Design that goes that way, the same goes for

Posted in Workflow

Adding realtime grain in DaVinci Resolve 10

When Resolve 10 was announced I was very happy because of the fact that there would be support for OFX plugins. One of the things I often get asked during the grade is if I can add grain. Until now

Posted in DaVinci Resolve

I don’t want to be a button pusher, I want to be a creative colorist

During my freelance years I have been working on many different grading systems and panels. Recently I started a new Post house with some people and to keep the costs down we decided to use a Tangent Elements panel instead

Posted in Workflow

FCP7 to Protools via AVID MC

I am working on a large project, 2 times 90 minutes cut in FCP 7. When we tried to get the material into Protools we got a problem when using OMF from FCP. Protools couldn’t match the clips to the

Posted in Workflow

How to create a DCP with CuteDCP

This is my first video-tutorial. It’s about how to create a DCP using the Adobe After Effects plugin CuteDCP by Fandev. Enjoy!

Posted in DCP

Collect source files with Resolve Collect

In my work I often need to collect files from different sources or from slow sources to a fast RAID on my DaVinci Resolve machine before I start color grading. Another reason to collect my sources is when I am

Posted in DaVinci Resolve

Generations, a problem or not?

When grading I sometimes get the whole film as one clip which I then split up in pieces, but I always ask my clients if they can provide me with the original files so I can conform from them. The

Posted in Theory

Pimp your Precision panel

The Image Systems Precision panel is a great panel, but nothing is better then a panel that you can improve yourself and this is easily done. In this tutorial I will go through two steps to improve the usability. The

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