In this 2min quick tutorial we are teaching you how to add a transitions in DaVinci Resolve 15 and give it and Ease in and out to give the transition a smoother look with its movements and not move in a linear way. We want to add an ease in/out which means it starts moving slowly and increase speed and also slows down before it stops, this give it a more natural feel than having a transition than just a linear/constant speed once it start moving till it stops. The Ease IN and Out feature is also known as Velocity or Bezier, but inside of DaVinci Resolve it is quite hidden and would only know how to access it, when you have used it once, so watch this video below to learn how to.

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Ease IN/OUT transition 2min DaVinci Resolve 15 Tutorial

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