Recently got a few messages asking for a clip on handling HDRx footage inside of DaVinci Resolve.
Threw this little clip together. Hope it sets a few people down the right path.
Nice job! Well done.
A useful tutorial for sure, but wouldn't keying out the over-exposed highlights and replacing them with the HDRx-track be a more practical way to do this?
Last edited by Jaakko Rinne; 02-24-2012 at 09:20 AM. Reason: typo
Sometimes with a key inside Resolve it can be tough to nail it quickly. If it is just a dirty grade a window will work all the same if you've got the blending skills.
Thanks a lot!
Take a look here, this is how it is done in Scratch:
Thanks for this, very useful. So can you show workflow to get a cut sequence in to Resolve with HDR.
In Resolve you don't need to create the second node. If you create a second source and add the layer node to that, it creates automatically the second node.
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