Whether you are here learning to create films with your iPhone, or with any other camera, the final look and feel of your work is achieved in post production. Learn how to optimize your workflow, your hardware and software.
Editing, effects, sound design, color correction, and grading consumes a lot of time and resources. I want to help you optimize your video post production workflow from offloading camera files to rendering out your final completed video.
- Camera media offload
- Data duplication and managing backups
- Setting up and managing your working online storage
- Media asset management, tagging, building media libraries
- Integrated and optimized media workflows
- Making informed hardware choices
- Optimizing hardware and software
- Color managed monitoring
These are the kind of topics you'll find covered here, along with recommendations of the best and most cost-effective workflow tools to make your life easier.
Choosing a GPU for DaVinci Resolve can be overwhelming. I’ve listed all the best NVIDIA and AMD GPU options in order of price and performance.
What is the best storage for video editing? Learn how to set up your RAID or NAS video storage with an effective backup and workflow strategy.
Buying a laptop to run DaVinci Resolve on a $1500 to $2000 budget is easier than you’d think, I’ve selected a few excellent options.
Most video creators overlook monitoring and color management. Here is a low budget DaVinci Resolve monitoring solution for under $3000.
If you are experiencing poor video playback of AVC / H.264 / HEVC codecs in DaVinci Resolve, here’s what you need to know.
DaVinci Resolve is the NLE and color grading software of choice for many creators. Find out more about DaVinci Resolve’s minimum system requirements.