Before I came into contact with Linux, from a creative point of view I was mainly focused on landscape photography and edited my photos in Adobe Lightroom. For Linux I found the terrific application darktable and I didn’t look back since. I also always liked to edit videos although not from a really professional point of view, but I always liked to use professional grade software anyway. For Linux we have many good video editing solutions, for example Kdenlive and Shotcut, but when I found out that the professional application DaVinci resolve can be used free of charge on Linux, this application became my tool of choice.
In this DaVinci Resolve tutorial series I will pay attention to downloading and installing DaVinci Resolve under Linux, and from there I move to topics such as the user interface, the basic settings, the more specialist settings, importing video files, editing sequences, using effects and exporting the videos. I also explain some very specific topics like using DaVinci Resolve on HiDPI displays and converting video files in a format that can be used by DaVinci Resolve under Linux.
The DaVinci Resolve tutorials
An introduction to DaVinci Resolve for Linux
How to download and install DaVinci Resolve in Linux
Basic setup of DaVinci Resolve
The user interface of DaVinci Resolve
How to import your media files files in DaVinci Resolve
How to convert a video file for DaVinci Resolve with WinFF for Linux
How to set up DaVinci Resiolve for high resolution displays