Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio 17 is the latest iteration of the popular professional colour-grading software. Packed full with new features including image processing for the latest wide gamut HDR, AI-based magic mask and much, much more. At home in Hollywood edit studios, DaVinci Resolve is used by industry professionals for editing, colour correction, visual effects, motion graphics and audio post-production. The modern interface is simple enough to grasp for beginners and gives professionals/intermediate users the ability to prioritise a fast, efficient work-flow. Imagine having your own post-production studio in one application. It's fast, user-friendly and identical to the system used by Hollywood professionals.
Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio Key Features:
- 100 new features and over 200+ improvements to previous models
- Video and audio editing, colour-correction, visual effect, and motion graphics
- Fast and Efficient - Work with up to 8k footage in an array of formats
- Fairlight Audio with next-gen audio engine (supports 2000 tracks)
- Build your own effects with customisable templates
- Enhanced colour-grading facilities
- Additional format support for variant work-flows
- Automatically retime animations
- Sync audio animations
- New and improved Resolve FX features
Expanded Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio Key Features:
The Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio has next-generation HDR grading tools, colour warper for refined grading, and targeted grading specific for Magic Mask. I thas also been updated with advanced colour management, DaVinci's own wide-gamut colour space, brand-new 3D professional scopes, additional LUT support, and new Viewer Wipe modes.
The ability to quickly and efficiently cut clips in DaVinci has never been easier, with key improvements to include: metadata view and clip sorting, trimming against audio waveforms, Smart Reframe for social media, fast effects search and live preview, import ATEM Mini projects, and an updated clip inspector. DaVinci Resolve provides you with all the tools to work faster; ‘the' software tool for VFX artists, editors, sound recordists and everyone in-between.
Video editing is still at the forefront of DaVinci Resolve, now with Proxy media workflow, texture pop, detail recover, render in place, keying, and compositing. Personalise your workflow by building your own effects with customisable templates, share timeline and bins, source clip adjustments and easily sync Multicam clips. Other new features include immersive 3D audio, automatic retime of animations, and updated inspector layout. Davinci Resolve Studio is now capable of decoding support for QuickTime PNG, uncompressed RGB 8-bit and YUV 10-bit AVI, and spanned Panasonic 8K SHV clips; improved support for GoPro CineForm, HTJ2K, and MP3 on Linux. Also, the post-production software now has increased video metadata support for the following: frame-based metadata from Blackmagic RAW, ARRI, RED, and Sony camera files. This is alongside decoding and rendering per frame EXR metadata; improved metadata support for Sony MXF, IMF MCA audio, non-HDR DCP export, and HDR tags in DCP workflows.
You can now mix 2000 tracks in real-time, instantly detect and display transients, and support extra-large projects with thousands of additional tracks; this benefits hugely from the ability to achieve fast-editing with a mouse and keyboard. Live video previews and FlexBus architecture, as well as new analysis and metering options round out the high-performance Fairlight audio suite.
Fusion lets you create cinematic visual effects and broadcast-quality motion graphics. It features a node-based workflow for fast, efficient effects and amination creation; with hundreds of 2D and 3D tools along with advanced animation curve and keyframe editors that equal organic and realistic animations. It includes everything from point, planar and 3D camera tracking, to rotoscope and keying tool for creating photorealistic composites, stunning animation titles, 3D particle systems and so, so much more.
What's in the box?
- 1 x Card with Download Code
Which computer systems are compatible with the updated Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio?
Davinci Resolve Studio is compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux systems, and is now capable of decoding support for QuickTime PNG, uncompressed RGB 8-bit and YUV 10-bit AVI, and spanned Panasonic 8K SHV clips; improved support for GoPro CineForm, HTJ2K, and MP3 on Linux. Also, this post-production software now has increased video metadata support: support for frame-based metadata from Blackmagic RAW, ARRI, RED, and Sony camera files. This is alongside decoding and rendering per frame EXR metadata; improved metadata support for Sony MXF, IMF MCA audio, non-HDR DCP export, and HDR tags in DCP workflows.
Can you collaboratively work on Davinci Resolve?
Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio allows everyone to work in parallel without having to export/input massive files across computer systems. It is a unique solution for growing and building your very own multi-user post-production studio. All data is managed by a powerful multi-user database and universal timeline so editors, colourists, VFX artists, animators and sound engineers can all work together.
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