Section 5 - Cube and Lights

I made two renders using two different techniques. The first with only one light was rendered straight to mp4. The second one with two light was rendered to exr file, transfered to Davinci Resolve to practice coloring edits.

The First One:

The Second One:

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Looks super cool! What kind of lighting edits did you do in Resolve? And isn’t it awesome how many features are available in the free version of Resolve?

Not to be the Blender can do it all type of person but if I were to make just some simple color grading, brigthness, contrast and saturation adjusments then I’d stick with Blender functions because it’s much faster and simpler to do it in Blender.
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With just a few clicks you can remove Eevee’s default washed out look.

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And you also have a few Color Grading and Filtering options in the Compositing Nodes, of course not on par with Davinci yet but good enough for small tweaks.

A skilled Davinci user will be able to accomplish much more advanced effects and have much more options by using Davinci for post processing so keep practicing Davinci post processing whenever you can.

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Good animated cubes.
Really should be a course of using Blender video editing.

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