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The same keyboard shortcuts apply here as well. Command (Mac) or Control (Windows) will select multiple clips, and Shift + clicking will select a range of clips that can be imported at once.

Clip 18:) - Google Drive


Here are just a few different ways on how to import media into DaVinci Resolve and start a new video editing project. Importing from the Cut or Edit pages are very fast and great if you know exactly what media you want to import, and where it can be found on your system. The Media page is built around previewing clips before bringing them into your project. Either method is equally effective!

DaVinci Resolve 18 allows the user ability to prefer proxies or prefer camera originals. Depending on the setting chosen in the Playback menu, the selected clip type will be prioritized if both proxies and originals are available.

In Preferences, under General, DaVinci Resolve Studio now allows enabling 10-bit precision in viewers in Windows and Linux. You will need a capable Nvidia or AMD graphics card, up to date drivers and a 10-bit capable display.

Inserts a clip into the timeline at the location of the playhead and pushes everything else down to make room for it. If the playhead is in the middle of a clip, it will split the clip and place the new clip in the middle.

The overwrite edit is one of the most common types of edits. When you perform an overwrite, it will place a new clip on the timeline at the location of the playhead, writing over whatever clip or clips were there before.

Replaces a single clip on the timeline with one of the exact same length. The "out" point of the clip you are editing into the timeline will be changed so it fits perfectly, making it the same duration as the one it replaces.

Fit to fill takes the portion of the clip that you have marked and adds a speed change to speed it up or slow it down. The speed change is automatically calculated so it fits into the space you have selected on the timeline.

Append at end places the source clip after the last edit on your timeline, regardless of where the playhead is located. You can also use it to add multiple clips from the media pool to the end of your timeline all at once!

Ripple overwrite replaces a shot of one length with a shot of a different length. Longer clips replace the clip in the timeline and push everything down to make room, while shorter clips pull things in so there are no gaps.

Slipping changes the portion of a clip that you see in the timeline by moving its "in" and "out" points. The white outline shows the full source clip duration, so you can fine tune it without affecting the surrounding edit.

Once you have mastered the basics, you will find that the edit page features an incredibly rich set of features that give you total creative control over every aspect of your work! You will be able to mix and master your soundtrack, add speed ramps, work with advanced editing and trimming tools for more sophisticated projects, use facial recognition to organize clips based on different characters, create picture in picture effects, work with multi cam footage, and so much more! Plus, DaVinci Resolve works with just about every type of video and audio file, and gives you a variety of different ways to manage your footage, which is especially useful when you are working on larger projects.

The retime control command lets you create fast or slow motion footage from any clip. Variable speed changes, or speed ramps, allow the playback speed to change over time. For example, an action clip may start at normal speed, ramp down to slow motion for a few seconds, and then speed back up. You can create speed ramps in the timeline using the graphical curve editor for both frame position and playback speed. Simply move frames to any point in time and adjust the speed between them! Control the quality of retimed footage by choosing between optical flow, frame blending and nearest frame rendering. DaVinci Resolve Studio has advanced speed warp for incredibly fluid, crystal clear quality!

You can create picture in picture effects using the on screen controls in the viewer or by adjusting clip transformation settings in the inspector. The on screen controls can be enabled in the pop up menu at the bottom left of the timeline viewer. Just stack two clips in the timeline, select the one on top, and use the on screen controls to resize and reposition the clip anywhere in the frame. You can animate the effect by clicking the diamond keyframe button in the inspector, moving the playhead and then changing the position, rotation or scale of the clip. You can even drag a drop shadow from the effects library onto the clip in the timeline to make the picture in picture stand out!

The edit page features more advanced trimming tools than any other system! You get context sensitive cursor tools, as well as dynamic JKL trimming which lets you trim during looping playback. Asymmetric trimming is perfect for quickly opening or closing gaps in the timeline because it lets you trim in different directions at the same time. You can also select and trim multiple clips on the same or different tracks. There are track targeting, locking, and sync tools in the headers at the left of the timeline so you can manage sync relationships when working on complex multitrack edits. Plus, there are trim commands that let you quickly extend or shorten an edit, trim to the playhead and more!

Adjustment clips make it easy to add an effect or color correction over multiple clips in the timeline. They work from the top down, so any effect you add to an adjustment clip will be applied to all the clips below it. For example, if you want to add the same analog film look to a series of clips in the timeline, drag a new adjustment clip from the effects library and place it on a higher video track over your clips. Trim it to the desired length, add the analog damage effect and adjust its settings in the inspector. All of the shots under the adjustment clip will have the same effect! You can even custom name adjustment clips and drag them back into a bin in the media pool for use later!

While the cut page features super fast syncing and smart multicam edit tools for fast turn around projects, the edit page features a full multicam interface with everything you need for editing larger, more complex projects with 4, 8, 16 or more cameras. The multicam viewer lets you see all cameras playing back at the same time. It also features keyboard and mouse controls for fast cutting and switching with separate audio or video only options, and highly accurate syncing via audio waveform, timecode or in/out points. Once edited, you can refine your trim points and change clip angles in the timeline. You can even step into the multicam clip to trim and color correct angles independently!

Markers are small indicators on a clip or timeline that can act as reminders about things you need to work on, shots that you like and more. Markers can be color coded, have a title, text description and keywords, and they can be set to any duration you'd like. Annotations are on screen notes or images used to leave comments or feedback on clips. You can enable annotations in the pop up menu at the bottom left of the timeline viewer. There are tools for highlighting, drawing and even typing or adding basic shapes. Markers and annotations help to keep you organized when working on larger projects and when collaborating with others. Annotations can even be shared with remote collaborators.

When you add clips into the media pool, you can create folders called "bins" to organize them. Select "New Bin" from the file menu and then simply drag the clips you want into the bin. Making bins is as easy as creating folders on your hard drive! The media pool has buttons to switch between icon and list view, along with a search tool for finding media, and a sidebar that displays the master bin hierarchy. You can also create smart bins that automatically sort footage based on metadata such as camera, date, scene and more. DaVinci Resolve Studio even features advanced facial recognition technology powered by the DaVinci Neural Engine to automatically create bins for individual characters!

You may also want to apply special effects to different parts of your video or piece together fast-turn commercials and music videos. Whatever your reason for splitting your clip, this guide will show you a few quick Davinci Resolve split clip tips to help you perform the task like a pro.

Now you have successfully sliced a portion out of your clip. You can highlight the segment and press Delete on your keyboard to remove it or drag the segment to another spot on your timeline.

Google Shared drives are shared spaces where teams can easily store, search, and access their files anywhere, from any device. You can access files from your computer using any web browser or you can install the mobile application to access your files from your Android or iOS mobile device. While the files in Google Drive, also known as My Drive, are owned by the drive owner, files stored in a Shared drive belong to the team instead of an individual.

Workgroup Integration allows you to create a Google Group from current Workgroups. When creating a Shared drive, you can then assign Shared drives membership (with Full access permissions) to the Google Group created by the Workgroup Integration tool, ensuring that the ownership of the Shared drive is attached to a Workgroup and not an individual. Once the permissions are granted to your Google Group, access to the Shared drive is automatically adjusted when you add or remove members from your Workgroup, allowing you to manage access entirely from within Workgroup Manager.

Google Shared drives can be used to store Low, Moderate, and High Risk Data, as defined by the Information Security Office, with the exception of Protected Health Information (PHI). Only approved for PHI data with Cardinal Key and in accordance with all applicable requirements. 041b061a72


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