Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Advanced Panel

The ultimate colour correction solution with professional control surface

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Compact professional hardware control panel

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Overview of DaVinci Resolve 12

Paul Saccone highlighted Blackmagic Design’s recently announced DaVinci Resolve 12

  • 32 soft knobs with automatic LCD labels so you’ll never have to page through multiple menus to find common adjustments
  • Collaborative workflow that lets multiple people work together on the same timeline at the same time
  • Adjust multiple parameters simultaneously, making grading faster
  • Customizable keyboard shortcuts
  • Supports multiple GPUs all working together as found in the new MacPro, as well as the latest Windows and Linux computers
  • DaVinci Resolve can also edit metadata, sync sound and organize footage for editing, color grading or visual effects
  • Manage media on local drives or over your network and because it works with virtually every camera and video format you don’t need to convert files to begin editing or grading

Hollywood's most powerful colour corrector is now also the world's most amazing editor

DaVinci Resolve 12 combines professional non-linear video editing with the world’s most advanced color corrector so now you can edit, color correct, finish and deliver all from one system! DaVinci Resolve is completely scalable and resolution independent so it can be used on set, in a small studio or integrated into the largest Hollywood production pipeline! From creative editing and multi camera television production to high end finishing and color correction, only DaVinci Resolve features the creative tools, compatibility, speed and legendary image quality you need to manage your entire workflow, which is why it is the number one solution used on Hollywood feature films.

The world's most advanced grading tools.

DaVinci colour correctors have been the standard in post production since 1984. There are thousands of colourists worldwide who understand the performance, quality and workflow of DaVinci. DaVinci Resolve features unlimited grading with the creative tools colourists need and incredible multi GPU real time performance. That's why DaVinci is the name behind more feature films, commercials, television productions, documentaries and music videos than any other grading system.

Collaborate with over 70 new editing features

DaVinci Resolve 11 includes over 70 new editing features including an amazing new collaborative workflow that lets multiple people work together on the same timeline at the same time. Editing tools are context sensitive, that means DaVinci Resolve automatically knows how you want to trim based on the position of the mouse so you don't have to waste time switching tools. You also get customizable keyboard shortcuts so you can edit quickly and move between applications with ease. DaVinci Resolve 11 has the most advanced collaborative editing tools that help you work fast so you can focus on the visual flow of your edit.

Scalable power and real time performance.

DaVinci Resolve is scalable and supports multiple GPUs all working together as found in the new MacPro, as well as the latest Windows and Linux computers. You get support for up to 8 GPUs so that you can build dedicated systems that are super fast and deliver blazing real time performance. That's important when you are working on high pressure projects with a room full of clients. Whether you are working in your own post production suite or grading the next Hollywood blockbuster, workstations running DaVinci Resolve can be super charged to keep up with you and your clients.

Work faster with absolute control

When you have a client looking over your shoulder you need to work fast. The DaVinci Resolve control surface lets you adjust multiple parameters simultaneously, making grading faster. The control surface features dedicated buttons, knobs and perfectly weighted trackballs that give you the subtle control you need for creating the most amazing looks. You get 32 soft knobs with automatic LCD labels so you'll never have to page through multiple menus to find common adjustments. Save and recall grades to memory, load gallery stills and more at the push of a button while you keep grading at full speed.

Ensure complex jobs are well organized.

Saving and managing media is a critical part of every project. DaVinci Resolve's new clone tool will back up your valuable camera files on location so you can check your footage before striking the set. The clone tool copies your camera files to multiple destinations with checksum validation for safekeeping. DaVinci Resolve can also edit metadata, sync sound and organize footage for editing, colour grading or visual effects. DaVinci Resolve helps you manage media on local drives or over your network and because it works with virtually every camera and video format you don't need to convert files to begin editing or grading.

Finish and deliver to virtually any format.

Whether you're creating a master for TV release, a digital cinema package for theatrical distribution or finishing for delivery over the internet, DaVinci Resolve includes powerful delivery options for versioning, finishing and delivery at any resolution. You can export your media in a variety of formats with optional burn-ins, output EXR or DPX files for visual effects work and uncompressed 10 bit or ProRes files for editing in applications like Final Cut Pro X. DaVinci Resolve works from your camera originals so you always get the highest quality output. That means your finished master is a first generation graded copy of the original camera RAW files.

Unique YRGB 32 bit float processing.

DaVinci's high quality image processing is so revolutionary it won an Emmy™ award for contributions to the television industry. All image processing is at the deepest 32 bit floating point and DaVinci Resolve uses a unique YRGB colour space for grading. This allows you to adjust the luminance gain of your video without rebalancing the colour of your whites, mids, or blacks. That means you won't have to chase the correction you're aiming for. 32 bit processing combined with YRGB colour science gives you a dramatically wider colour correction range, so you can generate looks that other systems simply cannot match.

The world's most compatible post production solution.

Move projects between your favorite NLE and VFX software. DaVinci Resolve can share sequences and round trip projects with Final Cut Pro X, Media Composer, Premiere Pro and more. That means you can edit your project on any system, then using XML, AAF or EDL's, you can link back to your full quality camera RAW files and finish in greater bit depth with DaVinci Resolve. You can also drop VFX shots from After Effects and Nuke directly into the timeline for final grading and finishing. DaVinci Resolve is the world's most compatible post production solution and can be used with dozens of other software tools so you can focus on getting your job done.

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 14.3

  • Added support for the Blackmagic Design URSA Broadcast camera
  • Added support for RAW footage from the Sony Venice/CineAltaV camera
  • Improved the quality of thumbnails in the Media Pool and Edit page timeline on retina monitors
  • Added support for reading Panasonic Varicam metadata when importing footage
  • Added support for exporting Sony color space and gamma metadata when encoding to MXF
  • Added support for RED SDK v7.0.6
  • Addressed an issue where the audio section in the Deliver page would default to timeline track instead of the Main bus
  • Addressed an issue where editing a transition could sometimes cause a crash
  • Addressed an issue where syncing video to audio with a different sample rate results in incorrect audio sync and pitch audio
  • Addressed an issue where changes to the Mixer UI layout would not get saved in a dual screen setup
  • Addressed an issue where pressing arrow keys to move volume keyframes would not work after opening the keyframe curve editor
  • Addressed an issue with the option to pick which node to select when switching clips
  • Addressed an issue where a project would fail to save after deleting a group
  • Addressed an issue where a project would fail to save after specific undo/redo operations
  • Addressed an issue with UI artifacts in the DaVinci Resolve Studio activation window
  • Addressed an issue where projects with LUTs would not get exported correctly on Windows
  • Addressed an issue where the current project could not be copied between databases
  • Addressed an issue where relinking to TIFF files with a higher bit depth would result in a crash
  • General performance and stability improvement

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 14.2.1

  • Addressed an issue where playing frame-based clips in the Media page would not play the synced audio
  • Addressed an issue where Resolve would sometimes not output audio on certain pages in macOS
  • Addressed an issue where audio formats for stereo, 5.1 and 7.1 were not set correctly when rendering WAV files
  • Addressed an issue where rendered adaptive tracks were incorrectly tagged as stereo, 5.1 or 7.1 formats
  • Addressed an issue where changing clip audio properties in the Inspector would not work correctly when multiple clips were selected
  • Addressed an issue where deleting a volume keyframe and performing an undo would not restore the smoothening applied
  • Addressed an issue where the source meters would sometimes not reflect the correct number of channels for clips with audio
  • Addressed an issue where the Fairlight viewers would show a still image during playback when monitoring with a Blackmagic Design capture and playback device
  • Addressed an issue where render jobs could not be added for audio only timelines
  • Addressed an issue where rendered media files would sometimes have blank audio on the first video frame
  • Addressed an issue with marking render ranges when rendering an audio-only timeline on the Delivery page
  • Addressed a crash when adding a marker to a clip with cross-fades
  • Addressed an issue where moving an audio clip on the Fairlight page would sometimes result in a crash
  • Addressed an issue where the metadata widget would remain blank when clips were selected on the Fairlight page
  • Addressed an issue where audio FX applied on clips inside a nested timeline would sometimes not get saved
  • Addressed an issue where deleting an audio clip in a layered track and performing an undo would restore it in an incorrect layer
  • Addressed an issue where resetting audio properties in the Inspector would not fully reset the clip equalizer
  • Clips dragged on to the timeline no longer update the position of the playhead
  • Addressed an issue where viewers would become blank when Video Scopes were enabled in Edit page
  • Addressed a crash when decomposing compound clips from certain timelines imported using XML or AAF
  • Addressed an issue where reimporting EDLs exported from Resolve would cause a crash
  • Addressed an issue where performing an undo on a take selector action would sometimes result in a failure to save the project
  • Clip names stored in EDL comments are also available as a render tag
  • Power Windows with tracking now also have an indicator on the viewer overlay to show when they are in frame mode
  • Addressed an issue where reconforming to a clip at a different source resolution would result in misaligned power windows in some cases
  • Addressed support for DCDM ACES Output Transform with gamut clipped to P3 per SMPTE spec
  • Addressed an issue where stills grabbed on a project migrated from Resolve 12.5 project would not be saved
  • Addressed an issue where loading gallery stills would sometimes take a long time
  • Addressed an issue where some stills would show a black frame when wiping
  • Addressed an issue where node cache would sometimes incorrectly be invalidated when rippling color parameters
  • Addressed an issue where the Dolby Vision CMU would be in pass-through mode until the trim metadata was modified
  • Addressed an issue where qualifier controls remained editable when disabled
  • Addressed an issue where Intel graphics hardware would not be recognized as OpenCL compatible with the latest drivers on Windows
  • Addressed an issue where the Generate Optimized Media progress dialog would sometimes disappear before the operation completed
  • Addressed an issue where performing a Save As after a failure to save a project would sometimes result in the original project disappearing
  • Addressed an issue where selecting multiple titles in certain timelines would result in a crash
  • Addressed an issue where deleting timelines in some projects would result in a crash
  • Addressed an issue where Blackmagic Design Capture and Playback devices would not be detected on older drivers on Windows
  • Addressed a crash when enabling 4:4:4 SDI monitoring with certain Blackmagic Design capture and playback devices
  • Addressed an issue where viewers would become blank when enabling Data Burn Ins and monitoring with a Blackmagic Design capture and playback device
  • Addressed an issue with network connectivity on the JLCooper Eclipse panel
  • Addressed an issue where changing the source folder or relinking clips in the Media Pool would not affect the associated matte clips unless they were explicitly selected
  • Addressed a crash when rendering to Cineform at certain resolutions such as 2K DCI Flat
  • Addressed a crash when decoding some H.264 clips
  • Addressed an issue where colorspace metadata was exported incorrectly when rendering MXF clips
  • Addressed an issue with default brightness levels when decoding RAW formats from some still cameras
  • Addressed a crash with decoding some high resolution XAVC clips on certain system configurations
  • Addressed inability to render multiple mono audio tracks to the MXF OpAtom container
  • Improved encoding speeds when rendering to Apple QuickTime ProRes
  • Improved decoding speeds with XAVC-I media
  • Addressed performance degradation when using CUDA compatible OpenFX plugins
  • Addressed an issue where Edit page playback response would be delayed during thumbnail generation
  • Addressed an issue with viewer performance on multicam clips on certain system configurations
  • General performance and stability improvements

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 14.2

  • Added support for the DeckLink 8K Pro monitoring modes
  • Added support for importing audio-only AAF timelines
  • Added support for rendering audio handles in ProTools round trip mode
  • Added support for audio playback when performing dynamic trimming
  • Added support for import and export of Final Cut Pro 10.4 XML
  • Added support for automatically naming Gallery Stills using user-defined tags
  • Added support for 16 and 18 fps timeline frame rates
  • Added support for 95.905 fps timeline frame rate
  • Added support for more fine-grained preferences for Performance Mode
  • Improved support for keyframes in the Fairlight page
  • Added support for listing multiple DeckLink SDI devices with unique names
  • Added visual indicators for distinguishing between timeline clips without media in the Media Pool and without media on disk
  • Added the ability to change the playhead position without stopping playback on the Fairlight page
  • Added support for Enable 2D Timeline Scroll on the Fairlight page
  • Added support for context menus for markers in the Fairlight page
  • Added support for automatic creation of a timeline when dragging in an audio clip in the Fairlight page
  • Addressed issues with acquiring and releasing the lock for a bin in a collaboration project
  • Addressed an issue where network connectivity issues could cause unexpected results in a collaboration project
  • Addressed an issue where a blank node graph would sometimes be displayed when switching between clips in collaboration mode
  • Addressed an issue where two users could sometimes load a non-collaboration project in write mode without a warning
  • Addressed an issue where "Update Timecode from Audio using LTC" would not work on clips starting with blank audio
  • Addressed an issue where retiming an audio clip would sometimes result in audio glitches
  • Addressed an issue where unlinking linked audio groups with the Pan dialog open would cause a crash
  • Addressed an issue where starting or stopping playback would sometimes cause a momentary glitch in the audio on the Fairlight page
  • Addressed multiple issues with fader behavior for direct track outputs in the Fairlight track mixer
  • Addressed an issue where the Fairlight timeline would sometimes show an incorrect number of audio tracks
  • Addressed an issue where the Fairlight control room widget would sometimes become invisible when resetting a dual-screen UI layout
  • Addressed an issue where JKL playback would not honor the looped playback state on the Fairlight page
  • Addressed an issue where moving an audio clip would not refresh the keyframe navigation buttons on the Fairlight inspector
  • Addressed an issue where some Fairlight dial widgets would not reset their values correctly on double-click
  • Addressed an issue where audio EQ band adjustments might be incorrectly saved
  • Addressed an issue where stopping playback would continue audio output for a few frames on the Edit page
  • Addressed an issue where LTC timecode output over SDI would not work when playing back on the Edit page
  • Addressed an issue where the Mute status would not be reflected correctly in the Edit page on a track with automation
  • Addressed an issue with titles where using certain fonts would result in cropped glyphs
  • Addressed an issue where bypassing color grades would bypass OpenFX applied on the Edit page
  • Addressed an issue where deleting a clip with an OpenFX transition would sometimes crash
  • Addressed a crash when switching multicam angles if the viewer was in source mode
  • Addressed an issue where reconforming multicam clips from a bin would not retain the original angle information
  • Addressed an issue where performing a blade operation on asymmetric linked edits would result in incorrect linking
  • Addressed an issue where previewing compound clips and timelines in the source viewer would activate the timeline audio meters
  • Addressed an issue where previewing video-only clips in the source viewer would sometimes be slow on the Edit page
  • Addressed an issue where importing older projects using a Sony IDT in an ACES workflow would sometimes cause a crash
  • Addressed an issue with audio playback when applying clip filters on the Color page
  • Addressed an issue where Color Tracing Power Windows from proxy files would result in incorrect window positions
  • Addressed an issue where copying grades between clips would unnecessarily invalidate the clip source cache
  • Addressed an issue where bypassing color grades on speed changed clips would disable the optical flow or frame blending
  • Addressed an issue with incorrect results when stabilizing multiple edits from the same source
  • Addressed an issue where switching databases would sometimes incorrectly hide the second screen in a dual screen monitor layout
  • Addressed an issue where GoPro CineForm clips would decode with a watermark applied on Linux
  • Addressed an issue with decoding some Sony XAVC-I clips
  • Addressed an issue with incorrect cropping for certain QuickTime ARRI clips
  • Addressed an issue with color shifts when decoding certain Panasonic AVC-Intra clips
  • Addressed an issue where the stereo audio format of some MXF clips was not recognized correctly
  • Addressed an issue with reading drop-frame timecodes for DPX clips
  • Addressed an issue when decoding some QuickTime clips with large timecode values
  • Addressed an issue with color shifts when rendering stereoscopic 3D clips in side-by-side mode using H.264
  • General performance and stability improvements

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