A four part series of tips and insights into DaVinci Resolve.

The full articles are published in English on the ProVideo Coalition website, and in French on this site.

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The key to precise sharpening and noise reduction in DaVinci Resolve


When you’re sharpening an image or reducing noise, it’s not always easy to see which parts of the picture you’re affecting and adjust your controls precisely. There’s a solution to this …

ProVideoCoalition – Solutions to Resolve Part 1

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The key to accurate shot match in DaVinci Resolve’s Color Trace


When you use the Automatic mode of DaVinci Resolve’s ColorTrace to transfer grades between timelines, you may find your grades are being transferred to the wrong shots. There’s a solution to make this work accurately …

ProVideoCoalition – Solutions to Resolve Part 2

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Unexpected clipping in DaVinci Resolve and how to avoid it


DaVinci Resolve lets you do what you like with your grading, and usually you’ll never lose a detail of the original video signal. But there are times when the signal gets clipped and you may not notice it. There are solutions for this …

ProVideoCoalition – Solutions to Resolve Part 3

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Full data and video levels in DaVinci Resolve – don’t clip your proxies and transcodes


Unlike photos, video signals have headroom for bright highlights and deep shadows. If you’re making proxies or transcoded copies with Resolve, these may be getting clipped. There’s a new option to prevent this in Resolve 15 which works well if you know how and when to use it …

ProVideoCoalition – Solutions to Resolve Part 4

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