Have you ever had to color correct footage that was improperly white balanced? How about trying to balance the color of clips that were shot with low-quality lighting? It can be a nightmare!
What if you could automate this tedious process with quick and affordable tools? You can! In our new course, Automatic Color Correction With DaVinci Resolve, you'll learn how to color correct your video using an inexpensive color reference target and the free DaVinci Resolve software.
And since DaVinci Resolve is free, we decided to make this course completely free too.
What You’ll Learn
Follow along with Envato Tuts+ instructor Dave Bode as he gives you a brief overview of Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve, teaches you how to color correct with a reference target, and covers how to export your clips back to your editor.
With this method, you can use one of your clips as a reference and then apply the correction to all the other clips that were shot under the same lighting conditions. This method takes a lot of the hassle out of color correction and gets you back to editing your project!
Watch the Introduction
Take the Course
To take this free course, simply go to the course page and follow the steps to create a free account. If you already have an account, just log in and you’ll be able to get started right away.
And to go with this free course, you can also download free DaVinci Resolve templates from Mixkit. Get everything you need for a successful project, without paying a cent!
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