When building out a DaVinci Resolve color suite, there might be some things and pieces of gear that you may not think about. What are these other elements you need to incorporate? In this video, authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer discuss how mice play an important role in color correction and which ones you should consider looking into.
- Robbie, I'm looking at what appears to be…a parade of mice?…I mean, really?…We're going to spend some time, talking about mice?…- Yeah, I mean, it's beauty pageant for mice,…which one is the most attractive.…No, in reality, mice and other input devices…do play a vital role, - They do.…and we've made a big deal about how quick you can be…by using a control surface,…and I got to be honest with you,…I don't use a mouse a whole lot,…because with a control surface,…I can do a lot of the things I need to do.…But a lot of things I can't do on my control surface.…
If I need to draw, you know, a custom, you know, window,…around something, it's really detailed, I want to…do that with a mouse or, you know,…track pad or even something like we'll talk about…in just a little bit, like a tablet.…- Right.…But when it comes to mice, there's a couple really…important factors, I think probably the most important…thing about a mouse is the ergonomics of it,…cuz if you're going to be using it often,…you know what happens?…- Carpal tunnel…
- Understanding Linux, Mac, and Windows Resolve systems
- Key hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
- Video reference monitors
- Control surfaces
- Hardware accessories for color correction