One of the most compelling new features of DaVinci Resolve 16 is the Cut Page. In this video tutorial we go into depth about how to use it, using a real edit as an example.
The Cut Page in Resolve, it's fair to say, was a novel idea, and it works very well, allowing editors the chance to work very quickly even with a myriad of clips to sort through. It also features some really interesting time saving 'smart' tools that take the traditional tools such as append edit, insert etc to a different level, allowing the user to focus on the creative aspects of editing.
In this video, RedShark contributor Arthur Ditner runs through in detail the features and abilities that the Cut Page brings to the table so that you can edit faster, and smarter.