The next page we're gonna explore inside of Resolve is the Edit page. Now, this is really what I call kind of the core of Resolve. This is really where we put together our story, even though it's sort of like one of the pages of Resolve, it's really kind of essential to the Resolve workflow. If you want to, you could just use the Edit page and you don't have to use the other pages, and you can kind of just put together your story there and call it good. Or you can use it as sort of kinda the anchor for everything else. The Edit page is where your timeline lives, which again is shared in between all of the other pages. This is where you really make essentially, everything about the story that you're trying to make with your video.
Casey Faris is a self-described "video nerd" who creates tutorials and vlogs about video editing, color correction, and all things related to post-production for the 250,000+ subscribers to his YouTube channel.
I'm glad to see the DaVinci Resolve courses have been added to Creative Live. Casey Faris does a great job with his teaching. In this course he clearly explains the layout of each page and shares example workflows for each. It's really good as an intro to Resolve.
a Creativelive Student
Helpful class if you are interested in DaVinci Resolve. Casey Faris presents the information clearly and doesn't waste time. Looking forward to his Color Correction and Fusion classes.
Made navigating through Davinci an exciting thing to do! Great work!