DaVinci Resolve

From filming to editing Aurora Borealis

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of editing the mesmerizing Aurora Borealis in this enlightening article. Uncover the secrets behind creating stunning visual masterpieces.

Get animations rendered faster

Discover an unexpected solution that can revolutionize your CGI workflow. Introducing Neat Video, originally designed to remove video noise, but it also effectively suppresses noise in CGI renders. By utilizing Neat Video in post-processing, you can dramatically reduce the number of required render samples, while still achieving the desired visual quality.

Learn how to disable built-in denoising features, generate changing noise patterns with the Seed value, and apply lens distortion after denoising to avoid distorted noise grids.

Interlaced video. Nuances of denoising

At times you may ask yourself and us 'What's going on?!' Why have your frames become squashed or doubled? Usually, those visual effects are just a sign that you are working with an interlaced video. Do you need to do anything special to denoise such clips?

Learn how to handle banding

Banding in video is a problem that has been around for a long time and is difficult to deal with. However we've decided to challenge ourselves and do some tests to see what works and what doesn't. Each stage of the video editing process has its own ways of eliminating / preventing / masking the problem and many video editing apps can assist you with making it less noticeable as well.

M1 Max vs Dell XPS 17 and HP zBook Fury G8

Wondering whether M1 Max is really worth all that hype? Are there any other mobile workstations that are able to run well with Neat Video and other heavy software? And what about desktops? What do they offer? Lots of questions to be answered.

Optimize Edit page performance in DaVinci Resolve

Choppy playback, errors, and even crashes can all be part of everyday life of any DaVinci Resolve user. Learn how to make Resolve more responsive and stable on the Edit page when working on big projects and using heavy effects.

Resolve, Final Cut and Premiere: M1 vs Intel

New hardware and new performance. Find out how well Resolve, Premiere Pro and Final Cut went through this transition.

Neat Video in Resolve, part 2: strategic caching for performance

Strategic use of the caching tools built into Resolve is one of the best ways to optimize playback performance during color grading. Nail it and save some valuable time for perfecting the colors.

Neat Video in Resolve: best practices for Rec709, Log and Color-Managed workflows

Both Neat Video and Resolve are amazing software. If you mix them well, your denoising and color grading is going to be even better. Learn how to get the best possible looks and avoid unnecessary lagging and delays when working with Neat Video in DaVinci Resolve.

HOW TO: apply effects to several clips in DaVinci Resolve

Time to learn how to apply different effect to multiple clips at the same time in DaVinci Resolve. You can do it differently depending on the page you are working in.

Host application has not provided input frames to Neat Video. WHY?

Got a message saying Neat Video has not received frames and not sure how to fix it? We share your frustration. Let's sneak behind the scene to see how hosts and plug-ins interact and what you can do to always get those frames.

Clip resizing and render speed

If you creating content for social media, the chances that the final video clips have a smaller resolution than the original once had are quite high. Knowing the right way to downsize a video can save you lots of time in rendering. Keep on reading.

Reduced preview resolution & proxy with Neat Video

Offline editing and reduced preview resolution are smart ways to speed up video editing. Find some tricks to ensure the quality of the final product is not compromised.

How to shorten render time: best practices

As both hardware and software continue to improve very rapidly it may seem as if the life of the film creator is getting easier and easier. However, this is not always the case because increasing consumer expectations means the demand for new video content is also becoming higher every day. The bottom line is that we need to get to the results, faster.