DaVinci Resolve 16 is a truly fabulous and FREE professional video editor. Its color grading features have been used in Hollywood films for years as the industry standard. Resolve’s editing features have come on very strong in recent years to start to compete with Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro. With the addition of the “Cuts” tab view, many are saying it has caught up to, or eclipsed, the competition. Today, I want to show you how you can pull a green screen key in Resolve for converting classroom lectures to on demand videos for your blended curriculum. It’s admittedly not as “one click intuitive” as other video editors, but the rewards for getting to know Resolve run deep.