Do you have a beginner's guidebook in Japanese for version 17?
I heard that the DaVinci Resolve 17 Beginner's Guide on the following site is perfect for understanding, but is there a Japanese version available?
Published on 2022/1/21.
(The link on the official site has been updated to Japanese, so the content has been corrected.)
Download from the DaVinci Resolve 17 Beginner's Guide link in the training book at:
The following URL is a direct link.
I tried to summarize the time required and the contents of the publication.
A total of 825 minutes, 13 hours and 45 minutes. Please use it as a reference for understanding.
|Assumed learning time
|Speedy editing of cut pages
|Quick Start: Edit Page
|Manage new projects
|half an hour
|Editing rough cuts
|Move clip in timeline
|Apply transitions and effects
|Edit audio on edit page
|Story: An overview of color correction
|Performing primary color correction
|Applying Secondary Adjustments
|Create a creative look
|half an hour
|Talk: Audio Post Production and Sound Design
|Mix sound with Fairlight
|Talk: VFX Compositing Overview
|Create effects with Fusion
|Output of the completed program
|Media and database management
The official explanation video "DaVinci Resolve 17 Introductory Course" available on YouTube is also based on this guide.
Reference manual from this article
Differences from commercially available manuals (personal impressions)
The official beginner's guidebook seems to be just right for those who have worked with other video editing software and are using DaVinci Resolve for the first time.
There is not much difference between the two types of commercially available manuals, 300 pages and 462 pages, but the beginner's guide is overwhelmingly richer in information. It seems to me that there is about three times as much information packed into it. For that reason, I feel that there are many terms that beginners do not understand in beginner's guides.
The amount of information available on the market is inferior, but there is also a follow-up of terms, so I think it is just right when using video software for the first time.