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Comparing shots: Split-screen neighbors and selected

Comparing shots: Split-screen neighbors and selected: DaVinci Resolve 12: Advanced Color Grading
Comparing shots: Split-screen neighbors and selected: DaVinci Resolve 12: Advanced Color Grading

Not only can DaVinci Resolve allow you to compare two shots simultaneous with ‘Split Screen’ command, it also allows you to compare four consecutive shots simultaneously, even as the timeline plays down. And what if you want to compare multiple non-consecutive shots? There is a Split Screen option for that as well.

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Color Correction Video DaVinci Resolve

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