This training is exclusively available for standalone purchase in the fxphd store and is not available as part of the fxphd membership.
This is the 13th season I’ve partnered with fxphd to produce Resolve online training. Advanced Resolve was originally recorded in V15 and includes two V16 update classes covering new features introduced in the 2019 release as well as additional new footage to go along with the lessons.
Classes include grading drone footage, Warren’s top ten problems fixed, Davinci YRGB Color Managed versus ACES, and so much more. In addition, over 20GB of 2K and 4K bonus footage comes with the course, allowing you learn and to build shots for your reel (footage cannot be used for commercial or non-commercial projects).
I had a great time working on these classes and I hope you enjoy them!
— Warren Eagles
What level is this class?
This is an intermediate/advanced class so you should have completed the Fundamentals course or have experience color correcting with Resolve. You can follow the classes using the same techniques on the same footage as Warren uses during the classes. All new media is supplied.
What will I be coloring?
A mixture of footage: Arri Alexa, Blackmagic URSA Mini, RED R3D, plus all the problem and drone clips Warren uses in the classes. You will also get all the XMLs and reference movies used in the conform classes. Lessons 7-12 all come with project files so you get the grades too!
Why take this class?
Warren always strives to show you why you do something not just how to do it. His aim is to give you a very rounded view of not only the software but grading in general. Warren’s real world experience as a colorist and teaching in-person classes helps the way he transports techniques into online training classes.
Who is this class for?
This course is great if you have been coloring with an older version and want a refresher on what is new in the software. Even if you use Resolve on a daily basis you’ll get something from these classes. Remember: when Tiger Woods was winning every week, he never stopped taking lessons.