In DaVinci Resolve, a node tree is a visual representation of your editing or grading process. It's made up of nodes, each serving a specific purpose like adjusting color or applying effects. These nodes are linked together, forming a sequence that defines how your video is processed.
The great thing about nodes is that they allow for non-destructive editing. You can tweak individual nodes without affecting others, providing a lot of flexibility. This system also helps keep your workflow organized. By looking at the node tree, you can easily understand the order of adjustments and see how each node contributes to the final look of your video.
The node-based workflow in DaVinci Resolve encourages creativity and experimentation. You can add, modify, or remove nodes to try out different effects and styles. This approach offers both precision and freedom, making it a powerful tool for achieving unique and stunning visuals in your video projects.
Creating your own Node Tree might be challenging initially. That's why we've created this Powergrade (preset) for you!