Join Robbie Carman for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding graticules and the trace, part of DaVinci Resolve Guru: Mastering Scopes.
- Now that we know how to open and how to change…some basic layout configurations…with the scopes in Resolve,…I want to in this movie discuss two additional…core concepts when it comes to scopes,…not just Resolve scopes, but scopes in general,…and that is the graticule and the trace.…Here in our Resolve project,…there is an easy way to switch…between different open timelines…if you're following along with the exercise files.…Simply come up here to the Viewer,…and click in this pull-down menu,…and then you can switch to another…timeline in this project.…
I wanna make sure I have this timeline open:…01_03_Graticule Trace.…And then, I'm gonna use the keyboard shortcut…to open up my scopes,…and that is shift + ctrl + w on the PC,…and cmd + shift + w on the Mac.…Then, I'm gonna choose the one-up view here,…and I can change that with these numbers…in the right-hand corner of the Scopes window,…and right now, I'm on the Waveform, which is just fine.…Now first, let's talk about what is the graticule.…
That's a really kind of weird word to use,…
- Opening and configuring scopes
- Evaluating color, contrast, and balance with a waveform
- Evaluating skin tone and saturation with a vectorscope
- Using RGB Parade or the Histogram
- Matching shots using scopes
- Guiding look development with scopes
Skill Level Beginner
1. Scope Essentials
Types of video scopes2m 25s
2. The Waveform
3. The Vectorscope
4. The RGB Parade
5. The Histogram
6. Evaluation Workflows
Where to go from here1m 3s
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