NOTE: A link to this webinar will be emailed to registrants the day before the event.
Explore editing, effects, and compositing techniques workflows end to end in the all new DaVinci Resolve 17. Start on the edit page making selects, preparing clips for compositing, make markers or color code your clips for visual cues and organization in the timeline. In the fusion page, learn the basics of rotoscoping, painting out background elements, adding native particle effects and node based compositing. Roundtrip back to the edit page to output the fusion composition for refining in the timeline before finalizing the composite for export to meet the deliverable specs for most popular workflows.
Instructor - Anthony Bari Jr.
Workflow Consultant | Documentary Filmmaker | Editor
Anthony is an Emmy-award winning technical supervisor, workflow consultant, director, documentary filmmaker, video editor, and U.S. marine veteran. With an extensive background developing workflows for major broadcasters internationally. His production background consists of documentary, sports, promotional, commercial, television, and branded content campaigns. Anthony has played a role in all parts of the process from pre-production through post. Often being the communication down stream from all levels of users to vendors through workshops and technical education
Instructor - Jose L. Marin
Visual Effects Compositor - On Set Supervisor - Workflow Consultant
Jose is a senior visual effects compositor, Foundry certified trainer, and Marine veteran. His background includes over a decade utilizing node based compositing programs like Shake, Nuke, and Fusion specializing in feature film, episodic, and commercial projects of all sizes. He has worked on every part of the visual effects pipeline from script breakdown to final shot render as well as, most recently, on-set supervision. His contributions on HBO’s The Deuce earned him a Visual Effects Society Award nomination. Some of his most recent credits also include Hulu’s Monsterland, Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and HBO’s Succession.