April 19, 2019, 05:46 AM
A year or so back I took the plunge and invested in DaVinci Resolve Studio 15. Previously I had used FCP X with a smidgen of Adobe Premiere thrown in for compatibility with one of my clients. But I had usually used Resolve for correction and grading - well as far as what this non full time 'colourist' can class as grading at any rate. So it made sense with Resolve's ever increasing NLE abilities to gradually move over. Particularly as I was using it increasingly more.
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