As an official Blackmagic Design Training Partner we are pleased to announce that we are now offering the new Fusion Effects in DaVinci Resolve 17 End User Certification as a live, interactive online course.
The course covers everything you need to know to sit the End User Certification Exam and is based on Blackmagic Design’s own Training Manual “The Visual Effects Guide to DaVinci Resolve 17”.
Here is what Blackmagic Design say about DaVinci Resolve 17 and the course:
DaVinci Resolve 17 is the world’s most advanced editing, visual effects, color correction, and audio postproduction solution for feature films, television shows, and commercials. Its revolutionary workflow lets you switch between tasks with a single click, so you don’t have to learn multiple programs or translate projects between different applications.
The Fusion page in DaVinci Resolve 17 features hundreds of advanced tools for compositing, animating titles and 2D graphics, generating particle systems and 3D effects for use in feature films, music videos, commercials, and much more. This official hands-on training teaches you how to create visual effects and motion graphics directly inside DaVinci Resolve, without importing or exporting large media files between applications. You’ll learn how its node-based interface makes it easy to quickly build sophisticated effects and quickly make changes.
What You’ll Learn:
• Launching Resolve project files and restoring archives
• Navigation of the Fusion page interface
• Combining optimal takes with the split screens technique
• Tracking objects using the point tracker and planar tracker
• Compositing with multi-layer PSD files
• Advanced sky and sign replacement
• Green screen compositing with the Delta Keyer and auxiliary mattes
• Rotoscoping to produce clean traveling mattes
• Animating 2D and 3D text
• Creating a film credit roll
• Working in a 3D environment with cameras, lights, and textures
• Performing 3D camera tracking and integrating set extensions
• Building fantastic particle effects
• Applying LUTs and Resolve colour management
• Setting up node pipelines that are processor efficient