Video Editing with DaVinci Resolve: from beginner to professional

By Wayne Sables, Filmmaker | Projection Mapper | Teacher

4.4
Language: English

This course is for you

As you progress through this course I encourage you to go out and shoot footage whether it be on a professional camera or after your smart phone bring that back into DaVinci Resolve and test out your editing skills. I would love to see what you create so please do keep sharing your work for me and I’ll be more than happy to feedback.

Course overview - 34

  • Introduction to the course

  • Downloading DaVinci Resolve

  • The media page overview

  • The cut page

  • The edit page

  • The fusion page

  • The fairlight page

  • The color page part 1

  • The color page part 2

  • The deliver page

  • The menu

  • Reconnecting media

  • How to add titles

  • Using the blur effect

  • Adding adjustment layers

  • Using fades and overlays

  • Using the right click

  • Stabilise your footage

  • How to adjust your clips speed

  • Using Creative Effects part 1

  • Using Creative Effects part 2

  • Recording Audio in Fairlight DaVinci Resolve

  • How to Green Screen using Chroma Key

  • How to Green Screen using Delta Key

  • Masking your footage

  • Mask Tracking your footage

  • Importing XML files

  • Moving Masks in your clips

  • Changing Audio from Mono to Stereo

  • How to add Subtitles

  • Editing a dance film part 1

  • Editing a Dance Film part 2

  • Recording a Podcast in DaVinci Resolve

  • Final Thoughts

Meet your instructor

Wayne Wayne
Wayne SablesFilmmaker | Projection Mapper | Teacher
Wayne Sables trained in contemporary dance before moving in to film and digital technologies. He has worked extensively across the USA, Europe and the UK as a dance and digital specialist. Wayne is a Clore intensive alumni and an associate artist at Cast in Doncaster where he creates his trademark digital installations combining dance, film and projection mapping. Wayne has created and curated works for Tour de Yorkshire, Hull City of Culture, National CAT Scheme and numerous museums, arts organisations and councils. He created the first interactive dance film with ManMade Youth Dance company and Autin Dance Theatre in 2019 which has gained national attention, as well as pioneering multiple interactive digital art works and light installations. He is incredibly passionate about engaging communities in high quality arts experiences and empowering audiences. He is a creative leader and regularly works with collaborators and partners to develop strategic engagement projects across the UK.