If you’ve been using other NLEs for a while, the cut page may be a foreign concept for you.
Or if you’re new to editing entirely, getting started here might be daunting…
But once you get familiar with it you may find that the Cut Page in DaVinci Resolve is a quick and friendly way to assemble an edit very quickly.
I find it useful for assembly cuts, talking head videos, and multi-cam edits.
In this video from Daniel Grindrod, you’ll learn about:
- 00:00 DaVinci Resolve Cut Page
- 00:24 Main areas
- 00:34 Customise UI
- 01:16 Resolution
- 01:25 Media Pool
- 02:00 Viewer
- 02:58 Timeline
What do you think? How are you finding the Cut Page?
If you want to really master using it, you may also enjoy using the Speed Editor.
Gedaly is the Managing Editor of DVResolve.com and a Blackmagic Design Certified Trainer. He’s edited commercials for major brands and has done color & VFX for independent films. He consults on post-production workflow and creating online education. Gedaly is the co-founder of Working.Actor, a former marketing manager for large brands, and creates original film projects with his production company Razee.