The Cut Page, introduced into DaVinci Resolve 16, offers quite a number of clever editing functions that help to speed up anyone's workflow. While Resolve has some superb dedicated multi-cam editing abilities, there's another way you can speedily edit from multi-angles, using the Cut Page's Smart Source Overwrite tool. Watch the video to see how below.
07 Dec 2019
How to use Resolve's Cut Page for multi-angle editing
- Written by RedShark News Staff
We continue our tutorial on the new Cut Page in DaVinci Resolve by looking at the smart source overwrite tool as an alternative high speed way of editing multi-angle sources for a game highlights video.
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