Editing with DaVinci Resolve

Mon Jun 10:
Tue Jun 11:

$95 Tuition
$80 for NWFF Members
* Limited seats are available at $20 off for students who can bring their own laptop to work on.

About

Learn how to edit using DaVinci Resolve! A high-quality, free editing software, DaVinci Resolve is a favorite among indie filmmakers for color correction but can also be used for editing films start to finish. DaVinci Resolve is an accessible and fully equipped, dynamic software, that can manage media libraries, editing, color, effects and audio. For those working with Black Magic cameras, or looking for an affordable editing platform, DaVinci is a great tool to know. This intro level workshop will equip you with the editing skills and techniques to start editing your projects at a professional level. Sample footage provided. Students will also have FREE access to Northwest Film Forum’s editing lab during regular hours throughout the week of the workshop.

In this workshop you’ll learn:

  • Interface navigation and customization
  • Project settings and presets for smooth workflow and color management
  • Media storage and import
  • Generating and working with optimized and proxy media
  • Editing workflows
  • Rending, deliver interface, and final project output

This workshop will cover color correction tools, but not go into color correction in depth. We offer a multi-session Color Correction workshop regularly. Email jonah@nwfilmforum.org if you would like to be notified of our next offering.


Mahim Lakhani

Mahim Lakhani

Pronouns : he/him/his

Mahim works at Seattle Central College and has a background in computer science. He started learning and making films in 2015. He is a member of Student Created Cinematic Art (SCCA) club at Seattle Central and likes cinematography, editing, writing screenplays and being a helpful crew memeber. He has worked with the Transit Riders Union and Nikkita Oliver campaign. He loves the NorthWest Film Forum as this was the community that he got to know and make friends in when he started learning about making films.
To see some of his work, please visit his vimeo page : https://vimeo.com/secondbestpictures.

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