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DaVinci Resolve Fundamentals - Power Windows and Masking

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This post is part of a series called Introduction to DaVinci Resolve Fundamentals.
DaVinci Resolve Fundamentals - How to Use the Tracker
DaVinci Resolve Fundamentals - Working with Nodes

Today we are talking about power windows inside DaVinci Resolve. So what are the power windows? If you come from the After Effects world - the simplest way of introducing them is by saying they are masks. And that would be probably true... You can always use power windows to make your mask, but also to apply additional secondary grading. You can combine them with the qualifier or the primaries. Simply apply color change, saturation or whatever you like. It's as simple as you can imagine.


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