How to use DaVinci Resolve 16: Slow motion and effects

Written by RedShark News Staff

RedShark Replay: DaVinci Resolve 16 is packed with features. But if you're feeling overwhelmed, here's part three of our video tutorial series on the software.

How to do slow motion in DaVinci Resolve

If you're getting to grips with video editing, the sheer number of features in Resolve 16 can be mind blowing. In part's 1 and 2 we showed you how you can edit ultra quickly using the new Cut Page. This time regular RedShark contributor Arthur Ditner continues by looking at how to apply Optical Flow slow motion without the need to enter the Colour Page, and also how to apply some highly useful OFX effects to help solve some common issues with footage.

 

 

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