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 Xkeys and Razers expand your color correcting capabilities.
- Pat, earlier when we were talking about Control Surfaces,…we made a pretty big distinction…between the different models,…you know, that, hey, the more buttons that you have,…the more that you can do.…And we also made it pretty clear that the big panels,…the DaVinci Resolve Control Surface is pretty pricey,…and probably out of reach for a lot of people,…so what do you do when you have…a more affordable Control Surface,…like a Wave or an Element or a JLCooper,…but you crave more buttons?…- You buy something like what we've got here.…
We've got two different products here,…this is an X-Keys, and basically, all it is is,…you can map keyboard shortcuts to these buttons.…- [Robbie] Absolutely. - [Pat] Now depending on…the type of device you get, you're going to have…different amounts of functionality.…- Right, so the X-Keys is actually…a really cool product, you can just go to xkeys.com…to check out all of their products,…this is the 24 key unit.…They sell them in bigger keys,…it's a single USB connection to your computer,…
- Understanding Linux, Mac, and Windows Resolve systems
- Key hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
- Video reference monitors
- Control surfaces
- Hardware accessories for color correction