In this video we are going to answer a question that a lot of beginners ask.

What is Davinci Resolve?

The answer to this question might seem obvious for a lot of video editors and colorists, however for absolute beginners this might seem like a confusing question. 

Because Davinci Resolve grew over the past years to become more than a color grading or editing tool. it’s now literally a one stop shop for all post production needs.

It does everything from adding metadata and arranging your footage, to the most advanced compositing, color grading, mixing audio and much more.

So in this video we take a look at all the tabs in Resolve. Explaining What each and every tab does, and how it all ties in to the overall post production workflow.

We first take a look at the media page, and how it’s very helpful for managing, adding metadata, and arranging your files.

Then, we take a look at the cut and edit pages, explaining what they are, the differences between them, and when to use each.

After that, we explain the fusion page, and its capabilities in creating visual effects. 

Then we explain the color page, what it does and how powerful it is, before explaining the purpose of the fairlight tab and how it’s used to edit and mix audio.