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Davinci Resolve Shortcuts

Davinci Resolve Shortcuts

Introduction to Davinci Resolve Shortcuts

Davinci Resolve shortcuts can understand as combination of keys of keyboard for quick access of any command or option of this software. By suing shortcuts we can increase efficiency of our work in this software and there is number of shortcuts for using number of command and option during working with any project on this software. You can use shortcut for opening Source/timeline viewer, Extract current node or several advance tools and option involves in it. It not only offers shortcut for tools but also has shortcuts for performing basic command such as cut, copy, paste, auto color and so on.

Shortcuts of Davinci Resolve

So are you exciting for learning about almost every shortcut of this software? So let us delve with them.

  • Source/Timeline viewer (Q): For having Source or timeline viewer you can press Q button of keyboard.
  • Extract Current Selected Node (E): If you want to extract current selected node from other node then you can simple press E button.
  • Grade from Two Clips Prior (-): For applying Grade from Two Clips Prior you can press – button of keyboard.
  • Grade from One Clip Prior (=): For apply grade from One Clip Prior just press = button of keyboard.
  • Enable or Disable clip (D): If you want to enable or disable clip from current working track then you can press D button of keyboard.
  • Match Frame (F): It is necessary to match frame with other for proper result of our work in this software and you can do this by pressing F button of keyboard.
  • Add Flag (G): For specify any component in your work add flag to it and by this you can identify that component easily. The shortcut of it is G button of keyboard.
  • Toggle hand or Selection In Window (H): Toggle hand or Selection In Window can do by pressing H button of keyboard.
  • Go to previous Frame ([): By pressing [ button of keyboard you can go to previous frame any time very quickly.
  • Go to Next Frame ([): Press ] button of keyboard and it will take you to next key frame.
  • Play Reverse (J): If you want to play any video in reverse frame for different type of purpose you can press J button of keyboard as shortcut of it.
  • Play Forward (L): Same as Play Reverse you can do Play Forward by pressing L button of keyboard.
  • Stop (K): By pressing K button of keyboard you can stop playing clip or track on working screen of this software.
  • Go to First Frame (;): For making different type of adjustment in first frame you can use ‘Go to First Frame’ option and shortcut of it is ; button of keyboard.
  • Go to Last Frame (’): Press ’ button for going to Last frame of any video footage.
  • Play around(/): For playing around current selected frame you can press / button of keyboard.
  • Go to Starting of Timeline (Home): For going to starting of Timeline press Home button of keyboard.
  • Go to End of Timeline (End): Pressing End button of keyboard will take you at the end of the Timeline.
  • Go to previous clip (Up Arrow)/ Go to next clip (Down Arrow): For going to previous clip press Up Arrow button of keyboard and for going to next clip press Down Arrow button of keyboard.
  • Set Mark In (I)/ Set Mark Out (O): For ‘Set Mark In’ option press I button of keyboard and for ‘Mark Out’ press O button of keyboard.
  • Mark clip (X): For Marking clip which you may edit later you can press X button of keyboard.
  • Add Marker (M): Pressing M button of keyboard will add Maker at your desired place on Timeline.
  • Insert (F9)/ Overwrite (F10)/ Replace edit (F11)/ Place On (F12): Press F9 functional key of keyboard for Insert Edit option, F10 for overwrite edit, F11 for replace edit and F12 for Place on top edit option.
  • Delete (Backspace): Pressing Backspace button of keyboard will delete selected element of working screen.
  • Dynamic Trim mode(W)/Time Mode (T): If you want to go in Dynamic Trim mode then you can press W button of keyboard as shortcut key of it and press T button of keyboard for Trim mode.
  • Select Forward clip (Y): If you want to take you selected clip forward on current track then selected you desired clip and press Y button of keyboard.
  • Edit Point (U): You can press U button of keyboard for Edit Point type option.
  • Normal Editing Mode (A): There is also Normal Editing mode in this software and it will come by pressing A button.
  • Selected Nearest Editing Point (V): If you press V button of keyboard it will selected nearest editing point on working track.
  • Blade (B): Press B button of keyboard for selecting Blade tool.
  • Snapping On/Off (N): You can easy switch between Snapping On and Off option by just pressing N button.
  • Nudge on Frame left (,)/Nudge on Frame right(.): , button of keyboard is shortcut for Nudge on Frame left option and . button of keyboard is shortcut of Nudge on Frame right option.

These were some of those shortcuts which involve mostly during working on editing of video in this software. Now let us discuss some basic shortcuts of this software.

  • New Timeline (Ctrl + N)/ New Bin (Shift + N): Press Ctrl + N for having new Timeline for new work and if you press Ctrl + Shift + N then it will give you new Bin.
  • Cut (Ctrl + X)/ Clear Mark In or Mark Out (Alt + X): Press Ctrl + X for cut and Alt + X for clearing Mark In or Mark Out.
  • Copy (Ctrl + C)/ Add Serial Node + CPW (Alt + C): Ctrl + C will copy your selected element of working window whereas Alt + C will add Serial Node + CPW.
  • Paste (Ctrl + V): Ctrl + V button of keyboard is for pasting your copied element at your desired place in your work.
  • Select All (Ctrl + A)/ Deselect all (Ctrl + Shift + A): Ctrl + A will select all components of editing track or video and by pressing Ctrl + Shift + A you can deselect all.
  • Auto Color (Alt +A): For Auto Color option press Alt + A button of keyboard.
  • Go to Next Marker (Shift + Down Arrow key): If you press Shift + Down arrow key of keyboard then you will go to next marker on track or clip.
  • Go to Previous Marker (Shift + Up Arrow key): For going to previous marker press Shift + Up arrow key of keyboard.
  • Enable or Disable Current Node (Ctrl + D)/ Enable or Disable All Node (Shift + D): Ctrl + D will enable or disable current node as per your choice and Alt + D will enable or disable all nodes.
  • Bypass All grades (Shift + D): You can press Shift + D for Bypass All grades option.
  • Quit program (Ctrl + Q)/Add Serial Node + LPW (Alt +Q): Ctrl + Q will quit program or the software whereas Alt + Q will work for ‘Add Serial Node + LPW’ option.

We think these are enough shortcuts for having good expertise in this software.

Conclusion

You can now take these shortcuts in your use so that efficiency of your work increases and time consumption for that work decreases. It is not difficult to remember shortcut keys, you just have to take them in your habit during working on this software and it will automatically set in your mind.

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Robert Arnold

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PostWed Jan 11, 2017 1:50 am

Quick question: I used to be able to nudge a clip up or down a track with opt+arrow, but this behavior seems to be gone in 12.5.4. I can't seem find a menu command that corresponds to this, so I can't set my own key command. This is something I used constantly during the conform process. Anybody know where this is now?

Thanks!

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PostWed Jan 11, 2017 1:57 am

Just to be clear, you mean literally Up or down different tracks, not nudge left or right on the same track?
I ask cuz I use period and comma to nudge left and right the same track.

Edit: ok, I just tested this on my PC windows system where you use alt+up arrow(or down arrow) and yes, it works in moving the clip selected UP or Down a track.
I'm on 12.5.4

Go to project settings>keyboard mapping and load da vinci resolve. I remembered several versions ago, I had to do this when some of my shotcuts did not work.

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PostWed Jan 11, 2017 5:37 am

alt+up/down on a pc and linux. however if a track is locked this week not work to bypass it.

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PostThu Jan 12, 2017 3:47 am

This is very weird. It used to work, but now the same command chooses the previous or next clip on the timeline. Same if I switch from my custom keyboard settings to the default Resolve ones. However, if I switch to Final Cut X settings, it works as expected. I exported the FCPX setting and my own and compared them. Both have the same shortcuts:

editMoveClipsDown := Alt+Down
editMoveClipsUp := Alt+Up

This is definitely a bug of some sort. I guess I'll take the FCP X one and edit my shortcuts back in...

(I've attached my exported key commands, if anyone want to try them out.)

Thanks.

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PostThu Jan 12, 2017 4:16 am

Mac? did you have a window layout?

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PostThu Jan 12, 2017 5:53 am

I just checked, if you highlight the clip, alt-↑ will move the clip up to the next track, and alt-↓ moves the clip down to the track below. As far as I know, this is not in the keyboard shortcuts menu.

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PostThu Jan 12, 2017 3:28 pm

right, you have to highlight the clip, stay on it is not sufficient.

do you have something like the razor mouse/Gane controller that is hijacking the commands with a macro?

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PostThu Jan 12, 2017 5:08 pm

waltervolpatto wrote:alt+up/down on a pc and linux. however if a track is locked this week not work to bypass it.



This works on a Mac too.


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PostThu Jan 26, 2017 8:40 pm

Mystery solved! Apparently if you have any shortcut mapped to the Down arrow or Up arrow (without modifier keys), that shortcut will steal the keystroke, making shortcuts mapped to Alt-Down or Alt-Up be ignored (i.e. an Alt-Up keystroke will result in Up shortcut being triggered instead.)

In order to get my Alt-Up and Alt-Down key commands working, I had to remove the (unmodified) Up and Down arrow commands that were mapped to Previous/Next Edit. Once I did that , it worked as expected. Unfortunately that means I have to use some non-standard key command (I chose Cntrl-Up/Down) for the Prev/Next shortcut.

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PostFri Jan 27, 2017 3:20 am

Robert Arnold wrote:Mystery solved! Apparently if you have any shortcut mapped to the Down arrow or Up arrow (without modifier keys), that shortcut will steal the keystroke, making shortcuts mapped to Alt-Down or Alt-Up be ignored (i.e. an Alt-Up keystroke will result in Up shortcut being triggered instead.)


That's correct. I wish a big red WARNINGalert would come up whenever you create a shortcut already in use for something else.

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PostMon Jul 16, 2018 12:21 am

I know this is an old post, but does anyone know why I can't change this shortcut to a custom one. it seems is not int the shortcut list. I'm right?
I wish to use the same keys I use in other editing software

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PostSun Sep 05, 2021 4:05 pm

Alt + arrow down/up worked for me
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Ten Must-Know Video Editing Shortcuts in DaVinci Resolve 14

No matter how efficient and productive your video editing workflow is, odds are there is still some room for further optimization, especially if you’ve just made the switch to video editing in DaVinci Resolve 14. So, if you want to up the ante by taking your video editing workflow with the platform to the next level, here are ten essential keyboard shortcuts that might help you in your endeavor to achieve that goal much more quickly and effortlessly than expected.

Best of all, these shortcuts will not only speed up your video editing workflow but also should help you to get plenty of time off your busy schedule. The good news is that these are easy to implement, therefore your learning curve won’t be very steep. Having said that, let us get started by looking at the simple shortcuts provided by seasoned colorist and Resolve expert Casey Faris in the video below.

First off, if you want to zoom in and out of the video timeline, you just hold down the CTRLKey and hit the + Key or – Key. That will get you to a particular point on the video timeline. You don’t have to jerk it back and forth using by clicking on the or – menu buttons with your mouse. You can also hold down the Alt Key and then roll your mouse wheel back and forth, that will zoom in and out to the play head.

It’s also worth noting that you can easily switch the tools by using the letters. Just use A for the arrow, B for the Blade and T for the Trim-Tool. That saves your mouse some mileage, and really speeds things up. Another shortcut is to hold down the Alt key, then clicking on a clip to drag it upwards so that you can duplicate it.

Enabling and disabling multiple clips allows you to save a clip that you don’t want to use for the moment, but you still want to save it for later use. To do that, select a clip, hit D to Disable it or hit again to enable it. It also allows you to work with multiple videos, where one video is on top of the other. You can use it to shift between multiple camera clips without deleting any of them as you do your editing.

If you have come to a point in your video where you need to note something about the scene, you can just hit M and Resolve 14 will add a marker at that point in the time line. If you hit M again, you will be able to add some information in an editor window that will pop up.

There are times that you may want to split clips into individual frames. To do that, you can hit Control + B or Control + \ and that will split the video clip right on the playhead. That enables you to find the exact frame that you want to edit without spending lots time playing the clip back and forth. Another awesome shortcut is the Shift + Z, it allows you to zoom out and bring the whole clip into focus and if you hit Shift + Z again, it zooms back to where you were in your zoom.

One of the best editing features is crossfading between different clips. To use that feature, select the space in between the clips and hit Control + T, you will then be able to add a crossfade between the video clips and adjust its position. If you still have the crossfade edit selected, you can hit the < sign or > sign, to nudge the crossfade edit left or right.

There are times that you may want to move clips on the timelines to introduce new ones. You can achieve that by selecting a clip and then using the < sign or > sign to nudge the clip left or right. However, that breaks the clip and it’s best to use it for the clips found on the beginning or end of your video. Another way to move a clip faster is to select it, Click T and then hold the bottom part of the clip to drag it back and forth.

If you want to learn more video editing tips regarding DaVinci Resolve 14, make sure you also check out and subscribe to Casey Faris’ official YouTube channel that provides loads of useful information regarding professional video editing and color grading in DaVinci Resolve.

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