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DaVinci Resolve Fundamentals - Delivering and Conclusion

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This post is part of a series called Introduction to DaVinci Resolve Fundamentals.
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So this is it... Part 10 of our series on the Fundamentals of DaVinci Resolve 9. I really hope this will give you the ways and the will to start learning more and more about the program and the workflow around it.

Today we are talking about the deliver page and how to export at the end your projects. Most of the time this depends on your team and what they need, so there is no right or wrong exporting. If they need a ProRes single file or individual files, Round-trip XML for FCP/Premiere/Avid, or simply a DPX or whatever file codec sequence... We'll look how to accommodate their needs.

I really hope that you will start to work more with DaVinci from now on. It is so powerful and awesome that you may stop using AE for color altogether. Please share your experience with the software and any comments or questions you may have. It's always great to see more and more new faces coming up in the world of color.

Again, I am Bran Hvítabjörninn for Aetuts+, we'll see you soon.


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