- DaVinci Resolve 12.5 User Guide
- 1. DaVinci Resolve Alternatives+
- 1.1 Top 5 DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Alternatives
- 1.2 DaVinci Resolve 12.5 vs. DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Studio
- 1.3 Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Vs Adobe Premiere Pro
- 1.4 DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Vs HitFilm 4 Express
- 2. Basic Video Editing +
- 2.1 Top 8 Video Editing Tips for DaVinci Resolve
- 2.2 How to Add Logo to Video in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.3 How to Add Titles in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.4 How to Stabilize Video Footage in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.5 How to Blur Face in Video with DaVinci Resolve
- 2.6 How to Compare Clips in DaVinci Resolve
- 2.7 How to Save Automatically in DaVinci Resolve
- 3. Advanced Video Editing +
- 3.1 How to Use Multicam Editing in DaVinci Resolveo
- 3.2 How to Use Point Tracker in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.3 How to Use Log Grading in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.4 How to Do a Green Screen Composite with DaVinci Resolve
- 3.5 How to Create a 3D Text in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.6 How to Round Trip from Final Cut Pro to DaVinci Resolve
- 3.7 How to Make a Slow Motion Video in DaVinci Resolve
- 3.8 How to Use Dynamic Zoom in DaVinci Resolve
- 4. Audio Editing +
- 5.Color Correction+
- 5.1 Color Grading Tips for DaVinci Resolve
- 5.2 How to Use DaVinci Resolve for Automatic Video Color Correction
- 5.3 How to Fix White Balance in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.4 How to Match Skintones Perfectly in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.5 How to Use Qualifier in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.6 Shot Matching Tips for DaVinci Resolve
- 5.7 Fastest Ways to Get Film Look in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.8 How to Create LUTs in DaVinci Resolve
- 5.9 Using Power Grades in DaVinci Resolve
- 6. Tips and Tricks+
- 6.1 How to Remove Black Sun Spots in DaVinci Resolve
- 6.2 How to Use Smart Bins in DaVinci Resolve
- 6.3 How to Import Video Files into DaVinci Resolve
- 6.4 How to Export video in DaVinci Resolve
- 6.5 Using Scene Detection in DaVinci Resolve
- 7. Resources and Troubleshooting+
How to Do a Green Screen Composite with DaVinci Resolve
If you are working as a colorist, then there are few chances that you will get a pre-keyed footage for processing. Your VFX specialist or editor might have worked upon basic settings and brought the green screen shot for your work. Though DaVinci Resolve is famous for its color grading abilities, since the software updates, you can now composite green screen video footage using the chroma keying feature in it as well. In this article, we will show you how to compositing green screen video footage with DaVinci Resolve and some tips for fine-tuning the result.
An Easier Way to Make a Green Screen Composite
If you need a faster and easier service to process green screen videos, then we recommend using Wondershare FilmoraPro. Here you can compositing green screen videos within three basic steps:
- Simply import your desired media files to software timeline.
- Add the green screen effect into video and preview the results.
- Finally, save and share your content directly to Facebook and YouTube.
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How to do a Green Screen Composite in DaVinci Resolve?
If you are ready to perform the Green Screen composite on your DaVinci Resolve platform, then you need to follow these simple steps:
step 1: First of all you need to set up your timeline. To do this, simply drag the desired set of video clips and drop them on the media pool of DaVinci Resolve. Next, move to the Edit page and make efforts to drag the element of green screen clip to timeline.
step 2: Go to the Color page and then choose your green screen clip. Preview it in the Node Editor window and then create your node.
step 3: Now click the Qualifier palette (the Eyedropper tool) in the toolbar. In Qualifier palette window, you can isolate green background from your content with the controls. You can take help from highlight visualize tool to check black and white form of image that provides information about what is selected on screen.
step 4: After following all above steps, now you have to select the natural position of green screen clip and then simply move to Selection Range for choosing your Picker icon, and then choose the green part of your video.
step 5: You need to choose the Invert icon from Selection Range. Just click at any random position on your node editor and next choose “Add Alpha Output”. As, the default settings for every project use to be with green screen elements over frames, so when you need to remove them then this invert tool will help you. The ultimate goal is to get a background with complete black appearance whereas subject must have white color.
step 6: Connect the Qualifier node with the Alpha Output.
step 7: Fine Tune your basic green screen video. If you want to improve quality of your content then you can also apply few additional settings in terms of highlight, soft, zoom by doing adjustments for Matte Finesse parameters as per need.
step 8: If there is something that should not appear in the green screen video, you can use the Power Window controls to clear it.
This advanced Power Window feature helps you to isolate few specific portions of image as per need. It allows development of unlimited power windows where you can access gradient, liner, circular and PowerCurve shapes; they can also be combined to create interesting effects using mask controls and matte control facilities. These windows are capable enough to follow objects independently using new single point tracker and multi point tracker tools.
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Above are the details about how to chroma key in DaVinci Resolve. The specific steps may differ since of the version issue. If you have any point about compositing green screen video in DaVinci Resolve, share it in the comment below. If you are looking for a video editing software which allows you to make a Hollywood style video in a much easier way, you can try FilmoraPro. Watch the video below and download to try.
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