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Intro into the Resolve interface and tabs
The Media Tab and Importing Footage
Importing footage using scene-cut-detection
Exploring the color tab and its effects
Effects controls and using the mouse wheel
Resetting effects and parameters
Using the cinema Viewer
The difference between color correction and color grading
The 3 main ranges-Highlights, Midtones and shadows
The difference between primary and secondary colors
Understanding power windows and their uses
Dealing with hidden power windows
The basics of keying and its different typesApplying and using LUTs
Scopes - Intro
Scopes - RGB Parade
Scopes - Waveform
Scopes - Histogram
Scopes - vectorscope
Scopes - CIE
Introduction to nodes
What is the outside node
Parallel and layer nodes
The Splitter Combiner node
Where to add nodes in the nodes structure
Activating and Deactivating nodes
How to nest nodes
The shared node
Grouping shots and node levels
Copy attributes between nodes
Primaries VS Log color wheels
Hue and tint controls
The RGB Curves
The Hue vs Hue curve
The Hue vs Sat curve
The Hue vs Luma curve
The Luma vs Sat curve
The Sat vs Sat curve
Sat vs Sat in depth
Using the qualifiers to select different ranges
Tracking power windows and using selective tracking
What is the point tracker
The Keyframing Tab and controlling effect over time
Using the color match control
Color correction using the White and black point pickers
The Key tab and node opacity
Prevent color problems and breakup
Histogram in curves
Stabilizing shaky footage
Control the sizing of your image
The Blur tab
Getting references and comparing your images
Saving and comparing different versions of your grade
The Auto color button
How to append a vignette from a saved reference
Pre-Selected color ranges
Black and white point pickers
The settings of DaVinci Resolve
The user settings in resolve
Settings of the current project
The deliver tab
The cross process look
The Bleach Bypass look
High Key vs Low Key look
Desaturate different color ranges
Grading against a graded image
The Golden Look practice
Isolating and stylizing highlights