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DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel

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DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel

Compact professional hardware control panel

Product Code: BMD-DV/RES/BBPNLMINI

Suggested Retail Price £2,425+VAT

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  • Compact professional hardware control panel
  • Featuring 3 high resolution weighted trackballs
  • 12 control knobs for essential tools and an upper deck with two 5” screens
  • 8 soft knobs and 8 soft buttons
  • Dedicated keys for switching tools, working with nodes, grabbing stills, navigating the timeline
  • Tie bolts on the base to attach to a desk
  • Powering options - AC mains input, 4-pin XLR, PowerOverEthernet

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Not just some new products and technical updates from Blackmagic Design. No, these are major new products and massive technical updates.

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 16.2.3

  • Support for Dolby Vision 4.1 CM algorithm to generate v2.9 trims from v4.
  • Option to export a Dolby Vision v2.9 XML from a v4 project.
  • Support for RED SDK 7.3.2.
  • Faster Metal decoding for Canon EOS-1D X Mark III and EOS R5 clips.
  • Addressed incorrect playback for some ARRIRAW clips.
  • Addressed an issue with ACES IDTs for some ARRI MXF clips.
  • Addressed a focus and text entry issue for editable media pool fields.
  • Addressed an issue rippling audio extend edits in trim mode.
  • Addressed display issues with track and edit index in Fairlight page.
  • Addressed a layered editing issue when cloning audio clips.
  • Addressed incorrect behavior moving tracks over linked audio tracks.
  • Addressed incorrect masking in Text+ when using image shading.
  • Addressed incorrect behavior deleting gradient points in inspector.
  • Addressed multiple issues with blank Fusion previews.
  • Addressed an issue persisting viewer LUTs with comps in Fusion page.
  • Addressed an issue with offline reference wipe sizing in the viewer.
  • Multiple performance and stability improvements.

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 16.2.1

  • Support for decoding H.265 4:4:4 12-bit on supported NVIDIA GPUs.
  • Support for encoding H.265 4:4:4 10-bit on supported NVIDIA GPUs.
  • Support for encoding 32 bit float audio in QuickTime clips.
  • Support for trimming QuickTime audio clips during media management.
  • Support for Metal based R3D decode with the RED 7.3 RC SDK.
  • Support for double clicking drp files in Windows and Linux.
  • Support for performing open with on FCP7 XML files on Windows.
  • Improved decode support of H.265 4:4:4 clips up to 10-bit.
  • Improved performance with ProRes clips on high end CPUs.
  • Improved performance with DNxHR clips on high end CPUs.
  • Improved playback performance with compressed OpenEXR clips.
  • Improved performance for Dolby Vision analysis.
  • Improved stability on Windows systems with Intel graphics.
  • Addressed an issue with clean feed previews in Mac 10.15.4.
  • Addressed an issue with decoding phone camera clips with AAC audio.
  • Addressed an issue with truncated node labels on some displays.
  • Addressed issues with HDR tone mapping when using adjustment layers.
  • Addressed an issue with the sync bin work working with an empty timeline.
  • Addressed an issue with transitions when dragging clips across timelines.
  • Multiple performance and stability improvements.

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 16.2

  • Improved usability in Fairlight timeline editing.
  • Improved Blackmagic Fairlight sound library.
  • New automatic sorting of effects and plug-ins.
  • Improved immersive 3D surround sound bussing and monitoring.
  • Fairlight audio editing track index improvements.
  • Improved AAF import and export.
  • Improved import of older legacy Fairlight projects.
  • Multiple improvements in audio mixing and FairlightFX filters.
  • Major improvements in the Fairlight console audio editor.
  • Improved transport control on the Fairlight console audio editor.
  • New editing features including loading and switching timelines.
  • Improved media pool with faster copy and paste of clips.
  • New color grading features including smart filters and more.
  • Improved file format support for new cameras and standards

This new version has major new updates for editing in the Fairlight audio timeline. The new edit selection mode unlocks functionality previously only available via the audio editor on the full Fairlight console, so editing is much faster than before. In addition, the edit selection mode makes adding fades, cuts and even moving clips only a mouse click away.

New scalable waveforms let users zoom in without adjusting the volume. Bouncing lets customers render a clip with custom sound effects directly from the Fairlight timeline. Adding multiple clips is easier as they can now be added vertically to the timeline, not just horizontally, making it easier to add multiple tracks of audio at once.

Multichannel tracks can now be converted into linked groups directly in the timeline so users no longer have to change clips manually and reimport. There's added support for frame boundary editing which improves file export compatibility for film and broadcast deliveries. Frame boundary editing now adds precision so users can easily trim to frame boundaries without having to zoom all the way in the timeline. Modifier keys are now supported so clips can be duplicated directly in the timeline using the keyboard and mouse. Users can also copy clips across multiple timelines with ease.

DaVinci Resolve 16.2 also includes support for the Blackmagic Fairlight Sound Library with metadata based searches. Search results also display both the filename and description so finding the perfect sound effect is faster and easier than before.

AAF support has been refined so AAF sequences can be imported directly to the timeline in use. Additionally, if the project features a different time scale the AAF data can also be imported with an offset value to match. AAF files that contain multi channels will also be recognized as linked groups automatically. AAF export now supports industry standard broadcast wave files. Audio cross fades and fade handles are now added to the AAF files exported from Fairlight and will be recognized in other applications.

Editing is also improved. Loading and switching timelines on the edit page is now faster, with improved performance when working with a large number of audio tracks. Compound clips can now be made from in and out points so editors can be more selective with what media they want directly in the edit page. There is also support for previewing timeline audio when performing live overwrites of video only edits. Now when trimming, the duration will reflect the clip duration as customers actively trim so customers can set a specific clip length. Using the change duration shortcut, editors can now quickly enter precise transition durations directly on the timeline.

The media pool now includes metadata support for audio files with up to 24 embedded channels. Users can also duplicate clips and timelines into the same bin using copy and paste commands. Smart filters now let users sort media based on metadata fields, including keywords and people tag so users can find the clips they need faster.

This version also includes the latest 1.7 version of Blackmagic RAW, which adds support for Blackmagic RAW recording from Panasonic EVA1 and Canon C300 MK II cameras on the new Blackmagic Video Assist 12G models.


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