Davinci the Best video editing resolver

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Davinci is making good imprivements day by day. You might have heard of Photoshop or Light room – they are the two most widely used programs to edit photos, right? For video editing however, DaVinci Resolvers Studio is by far our preferred choice. Here’s why…

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It’s a great tool for photo editing and retouching.

You can use it to adjust color balance, levels, cropping, exposure, contrast as well as saturation. There’s also an option to apply some artistic filters such as blur, vignette, grayscale, etc. In short, you could say that this program offers everything you need to tweak your images!

It allows for powerful color grading with its built-in Colorista and Color Lookup tools.

You may not be familiar with these features but they allow for easy adjustments of skin tone, highlights, shadows, etc. It has all the basic editing functions like rotate, crop & straightens plus a very useful feature called “Free Transform” which lets you resize your entire image (or just a part of it). With this function, you can easily remove unwanted objects from your photo. This software includes a few different image enhancement plugins such as Focus Plus, Exposure Plus, and Lens Correction. These plugins will help you focus better, correct lens distortions, and boost overall sharpness.

Another cool thing about DaVinci Resolver is that it supports multiple formats: JPEG, RAW, and TIFF. If you shoot in RAW format, then you don’t need to convert it before using the app.

DaVinci Resolve helps you deliver high-quality videos on any device

Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Apple TV, etc. The only drawback is that it doesn’t support 4K yet. But if you plan on shooting movies one day, I doubt you would care much about it. As mentioned earlier, DaVinci is designed to work with other Adobe products so it integrates seamlessly with Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects, etc. You won’t even notice that you’re working with a new application. One more neat thing about this product is that it works online via the web browser. You no longer need to download the software onto your computer. All you need is a web connection and you’re ready to go.

It has a very intuitive user interface

You can start using it in seconds and get going. The main tools (such as trimming, cropping, color correction, etc.) are all placed on a single panel which makes them easy to find. There’s no need to browse your program with an index card stuck behind every tool.

You can use all major file formats for importing media into this software:

3GP/MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, WMV, MP3, WAV, JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, RAW, WEBP, PSD, BMP, PDF, EPS, DNG, CCR, CR2, JPG, PICT, TIF, GIMP, PIC, IMG, BURN & more! Even better, you don’t even need to convert any files to one format before using them. Just drag and drop directly from the Finder. All imported media will be automatically converted into the chosen output format. This means that you’ll be able to export videos at any resolution and size without resorting to third-party apps like Handbrake.

In addition to video editing, you can also use DaVinci Resolve Studio to create high-quality still images via its built-in Raw Converter. And we’re not just talking about regular stills here – you can shoot 4K footage and produce amazing looking 8K images thanks to the new Super 35mm sensor. With DaVinci Resolver Studio, you don’t have to rely on third parties to make money off your work.

DaVinci Resolve Studio includes multi-track

You can save time by batch-processing multiple clips in one go. Simply select the number of images you wish to process in one shot and hit “Process”. If you prefer to do things manually, there’s no problem with that either. Want to combine several clips into a single project? No worries – simply choose all the desired files from your desktop and click “Merge” to create the final product.


When working with large batches of media, DaVinci Resolution Studio is capable of handling huge amounts of data fast enough to keep up with your workflow. That’s because it uses multi-core CPUs to ensure maximum performance. What’s more, if you ever run out of RAM, DaVinci has support



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