Black Magic Design on Monday unveiled the next generation version of Da Vinci Resolve, which brings new features and enhancements to the video editing platform.
Da Vinci Resolve17 Introducing 100 new features and 200 enhancements, including major updates to the Fairlight audio workstation and color grading toolset, along with extensive user interface upgrades.
In the color editing feature set, Resolve 17 brings new HDR color correction tools; Mesh-grid based color warpers; Improved color management and color space awareness tools; And the Magic Mask Automatic Object Insulation provided by Da Vinci’s Neural Engine.
Audio-focused upgrades include contextual keyboard-mouse sensitive devices; A new Fairlight audio core capable of supporting 2,000 tracks and auto-load balancing; Automatic detection for vibrations, words, and sound effects; And a new Flexbus architecture for audio routing capabilities.
There are also significant changes to the general UI of the system, including a suite of new tools and capabilities on the cut edit pages. According to Black Magic Design, the new version has “thousands” of minor improvements.
Da Vinci Resolve supports growing files in the media pool; Frame-based metadata for BRAW, ARRI, RED, Sony, and EXR; And new workflow integration and third-party encoder APIs. In Da Vinci Resolve 17, version version adds new multi-user collaborative tools that were previously only available at Da Vinci Resolve Studio.
“This is a huge update, and features amazing new technology and features for colorists, audio engineers, editors, and visual effects artists,” said Grant Petty, CEO of Black Magic Design.
Marcos Catalina 10.15 or later The new Da Vinci Resolve is currently available for download in the company’s beta test. Website.
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