JAMES TONKIN: DAVINCI RESOLVE 10

20/09/2013 - POSTED IN GENERAL TUTORIALS

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JAMES TONKIN: DAVINCI RESOLVE 10

Recorded at the IBC SuperMeet, Amsterdam, September 15, 2013

James Tonkin shows the forthcoming DaVinci Resolve 10, along with footage shot with the new Pocket Cinema Camera and the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. He provides a close look at DaVinci Resolve 10’s new functionality and features and the workflow with the Blackmagic Design cameras.

DaVinci Resolve 10 is a major upgrade that includes new features for integrating the workflows of multiple different software products used in the film and television industry. DaVinci Resolve 10 has upgraded on set tools, upgraded editing features, support for OpenFX plug-ins as well as new tools for delivering final project masters to cinemas.

About James Tonkin
James Tonkin is a Filmmaker and Director of Hangman Studios, a London-based creative studio. James originally started out in music production graduating with a degree in music technology, but he soon found himself drawn into editing and directing and in 2001, backed by music management company IE Music, he setup Hangman Studios.

Since Hangman opened it’s doors, James has created documentaries, commercials and DVDs for a number of artists from Björk and Craig Armstrong, to brands such as Jaeger and Coco De Mer. Through out this time James has also directed music videos, commercials and documentaries for Robbie Williams whilst continuing to work with artists and brands including Coldplay, Duran Duran, Archive, Placebo, T-Mobile, Sony, Apple and more.

In 2012, James & Brett Turnbull DPed the Coldplay LIVE 2012 Concert Film, Coldplay’s first concert film / live album for nine years. The film documents their acclaimed Mylo Xyloto World Tour, which has been seen by more than three million people since it began in June 2011. The film was directed by Paul Dugdale, previously responsible for Adele’s ‘Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ and The Prodigy’s ‘Worlds On Fire’ concert films. It was produced by Jim Parsons and edited by Simon Bryant, Tim Thompsett & Tom Watson. Mixed by Rik Simpson.

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