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DaVinci Resolve Studio is the color corrector standard in post production since 1984. There are thousands of colorists worldwide who understand the performance, quality and workflow of DaVinci and love it as their trusted partner in creativity. DaVinci is the name behind more feature films, television commercials, documentaries, episodic television production and music videos than any other grading system. Now available for both Mac and Linux, the true quality and power of DaVinci is now affordable for everyone!
DaVinci Resolve includes virtually every imaginable editing and trimming tool available, making it perfect for both creative and online editing! The new high performance playback engine, which is up to 10x faster, makes playback instantaneous and trimming more responsive than ever, even for processor intensive formats such as H.264 and RAW.
DaVinci Resolve has been used on more feature films and television shows than any other grading system! You get the industry’s most powerful primary and secondary correction tools, advanced curve editor, tracking and stabilization, noise reduction and grain tools, Resolve FX and more.
New professional tools for audio post production! DaVinci Resolve now includes fully featured Fairlight audio in the same software you use for editing and color correction! You get high end mixing for up to 1,000 channels in real time, plus support for massive Fairlight audio consoles. It’s a true end to end workflow that supports recording and ADR, sound editing, sound effects, sweetening and mixing. You can even mix down and master to multiple formats, including 3D audio space formats such as 5.1, 7.1 and even 22.2!
Media and Delivery
DaVinci Resolve 14 makes importing, syncing and organizing footage fast! Whether you’re going out to the web, tape, or theatrical distribution, DaVinci Resolve features everything you need to deliver projects in virtually any format! You’ll be able to get to work quickly and output files fast, so you’ll never miss a deadline!
- 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
OS X 10.11.6 or later, 64-bit processor