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  • What’s NEW in DaVinci Resolve 16 | TOP 5 NEW FEATURES

    Wondering if its worth installing Resolve 16 beta on your machine? In this video, we will look at the top 5 new features in DaVinci Resolve 16. Share your favorite new features in R16 in the comments below.
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    FREE LUT (Teal and Orange) included for those who are interested. Created from scratch by me. I will show you how to properly use it at the end of the video. Check the video description on YouTube.
    Fellow artists, my name is Qazi, I am a professional commercial colorist in LA. I run a virtual post studio called The Post Village.

    Bless up!
    Last edited by Allahkaram; 04-22-2019, 02:25 PM.
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    It's a big break leap with lots of cool features but I wouldn't trust beta for a paid project. I've had 16 crash on me a lot. I think 3 times just today.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Michael Bergstrom View Post
      It's a big break leap with lots of cool features but I wouldn't trust beta for a paid project. I've had 16 crash on me a lot. I think 3 times just today.
      I couldn't agree more. I am not using 16 for anything. Most of my clients are still on 14. I use 15 for personal stuff, 14 for work, and moving forward I will be using 16 for tutorials.
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      • #4
        Another great one, mate!

        Your presentation style really clicks with me: Think fast, talk fast, present fast, WORK FAST.
        Other people's videos on similar topics cover half the information but take twice the time.

        Your stuff may not be for beginners, but there is PLENTY of that stuff out there for them. You can't be all things to all viewers.

        Right on man.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by DPStewart View Post
          Another great one, mate!

          Your presentation style really clicks with me: Think fast, talk fast, present fast, WORK FAST.
          Other people's videos on similar topics cover half the information but take twice the time.

          Your stuff may not be for beginners, but there is PLENTY of that stuff out there for them. You can't be all things to all viewers.

          Right on man.
          Thank you so much. Always appreciate your love.
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