[Sponsored] Amazing offer for Davinci Resolve training - Extended for Tuesday!

Written by David Shapton

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[Sponsored] Extra-special offer lets you learn essential Davinci Resolve color grading skills for only $99. But this offer is only valid until the end of Tuesday!

 As Black Friday disappears for another year over the horizon and Cyber Monday is nothing but a fading memory, here's an offer that you won't want to miss. It's three courses about the amazing, powerful and mostly free Davinci Resolve for an almost trivial sum of $99. That's 80% off the normal prices - and when you pay for these courses, you get lifetime access, with all future upgrades.

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These are the courses:

Davinci Resolve Simplified (Normally $229)



Davinci Resolve Editing Simplified (Normally $129)



Davinci Resolve Training (Normally $59).



That's a total of $417 worth of courses for less than $100.

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And that's not all.

Get these courses today, before midnight, and you'll get, completely free of charge, Vivid Pro Luts: a pack of 205 LUTs using a modular approach that allows you to stack LUTs on top of each other to achieve advanced looks in no time. Normal price: $120. Price if you apply before midnight: $0. Extended for Tuesday!



We honestly believe that these courses are the fastest and easiest ways to learn Davinci Resolve. They're 100% video, which we are convinced is the fastest way to learn!

Colour Correction and Grading are now essential skills for a successful career in film, TV and video production. Don't miss this amazing offer!

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