How to Speed Ramp in DaVinci Resolve

Resolve Speed Ramp

DaVinci Resolve 16 has converted a lot of professional editors to the platforms from the likes of Premiere Pro and Final Cut. And for good reasons too.

However, moving editing systems can be a tricky process as you quite often have to relearn shortcuts, processes and workflows that took you years to perfect in your old system.

Speed ramping is one of those effects that every video knows learns how to apply early on in their editing careers. Therefore having to practice doing it again in Resolve 16 could seem like a bit of a chore.

YouTuber MrAlexTech can solve that for you by taking you through it quickly in one of his 5 minute Friday tutorials above.

Resolve 16 is certainly challenging the big guns at their game in terms of becoming a permanent NLE. So we’ll keep you posted of improvements, tips and tricks for the software as much as we can.

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For more Resolve content check out our guide on automatically cutting up your video files here:

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