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DaVinci Resolve 10
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    This is a no charge upgrade for existing customers and will be available in Q3.

    What's new in DaVinci Resolve 10

    Resolve Live

    • Grade Live incoming SDI video and save grading snapshots with metadata and stills

    New Editing Enhancements for Project Finishing

    • Multi track video and audio editing
    • Extensive clip trimming support
    • High quality optical flow image processing
    • Static, lower third, scroll and crawl titles
    • Compound clips
    • Three point and four point fit-to-fill editing
    • Transform, crop and opacity video effects
    • Multiple Take selection
    • Expanded XML and AAF roundtrip support
    • Built-in generators for bars and test patterns
    • Audio level controls with track mixing
    • Matchframe linking for source and timeline viewers
    • Stereoscopic 3D editing
    • Media Pool list view now includes a filmstrip view

    New Color Correction Enhancements

    • Support for an unlimited number of industry standard OpenFX plug-ins per clip
    • Unlimited Power Windows per node
    • New Gradient Power Window
    • Power Window presets to combine multiple windows
    • PowerCurve Window freehand drawing and processing enhancements
    • Copy and Paste of Tracking Data between Power Windows
    • Power Window rotation available on the 4th trackball on the BMD control panel
    • Motion Effects palette - In full version of DaVinci Resolve
    • Chrominance control for Spatial noise reduction - In full version of DaVinci Resolve
    • Temporal noise reduction - In full version of DaVinci Resolve
    • Motion blur - In full version of DaVinci Resolve
    • Enhanced blur with 10x range increase
    • Contrast and pivot controls in 3-Way color and Primary palettes
    • Split screen viewer display with SDI output
    • CinemaDNG and ARRI Raw decoder options for half and quarter resolution
    • Debayer and image scaling quality modes for systems with low GPU power
    • Keyframe Timeline metadata now saved with Gallery Stills
    • Drag and drop stills between Gallery pages
    • Grab missing stills for all clips
    • PowerGrades will now be append to the node editor with double click
    • Enhanced Lightbox display with colour correction controls and SDI output
    • Node based PTZR controls
    • Corrector Node RGB/YUV selector for channel isolation
    • Splitter and Combiners Nodes for single channel effects
    • Optimized latency while grading complex node graphs
    • Render Cache metadata is now saved with the project
    • Global grade bypass for quick before/after grade review
    • Auto Stabilization improvements to track shots with camera pans
    • Additional External Matte Freeze and current clip settings
    • Burn-in options for individual and global formatting and whether to display item labels
    • User selectable LUT selection for GUI Viewer and Scopes
    • Printer Light Hotkey grading
    • Additional timeline filters to sort the colour and deliver timelines
    • Keyboard shortcut to full screen viewer mode
    • Media and Edit page viewer now includes a zoom to fit selector
    • The switching clip selection now also in the node editor options menu
    • Projects can now be arranged and saved within project folders for easy organisation
    • Projects and project folders can be cut and pasted between project folders
    • 3rd party panel improvements

    Media Support Enhancements

    • AVI clip decoding
    • JPEG 2000 decoding
    • Viewer display with side-by-side audio waveform or VU display options
    • Auto Sync of Dailies audio and video using matching time code
    • Edit clip metadata concurrently with audio and video sync
    • User definable preset list of metadata to be displayed on screen
    • Log ACES support
    • Sony Slog2 IDT for ACES
    • Canon C500 IDT for ACES
    • Additional Media Pool fields for clip metadata includes shot, scene, take, angle, circled and camera roll #

    Deliver Enhancements

    • Audio tracks are now displayed in the timeline with video clips
    • Audio VU meters with dBu and VU range selection
    • Additional render option to JPEG 2000 for DCP generation
    • Additional render resolution templates
    • Render settings now include optional render job version name
    • Integration with easyDCP using license purchased from EasyDCP (Available for Mac and Windows)

    General Enhancements

    • OpenCL support for multiple AMD GPUs on Windows
    • Menu bar support on Linux
    • Linux CentOS 6.3 support
    • General performance and stability improvements
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  • Seems like they want to make it work.

  • Having a better NLE inside will help immensely.

  • Complete feature list can be found here: http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/compare

    Hope whole system doesn't slow down with these implementations...

  • OpenCL support for multiple AMD GPUs on Windows

    Does it mean that you can work on AMD Cards now?

  • Dan Chung has posted an "explainer" video shot in the BMD exhibit:

  • Question is, why do I need other NLE's any more. What remains for them is jugggling with different codecs for final delivery...

    How can Adobe, Magix, Sony etc. sell into the prosumer industry when you get the "Lite" Version for free...

  • @tida

    Other NLE can do much more :-)

  • @tida

    That's a good question. I think there are many different answers, some of which are discussed in this long, 4-part discussion about the "state" of the video editing business:

  • Sounds very interesting. Resolve's performance on many areas is superior when compared to the "competitors in same price range". Basic NLE features may be enough for me, except maybe audio related things are lacking.

  • It looks to me like they're turning it into a finishing solution. Opening OFX will allow for an ecosystem to develop around it. Established NLEs will continue to serve as feeders, but after picture lock Resolve becomes the new hub, instead of just a specialist color tool. Scratch has already gone the same direction, and Smoke will likely open up to OFX in the 2014 release (to be revealed in a month).

  • @shian is the OpenFX adoption going to help you out with ColorGHears at all?

  • Not really. cube LUTs becoming universal across every platform, NLE, etc will.

    Somebody just told me there's a TV Logic monitor that will accept cube LUTs, and I was like... GIMME!! Being able to preview the LUT on a monitor separate from what's being recorded is awesome. It really is the best way to go. It kind of idiot proofs cinematography, but at this point I don't even care anymore.

  • Thought it was all in French, but they switched over to English. The demonstration was really impressive. How will DaVinci Resolve 12 look like.....

    The structure of the program is just right for more. Even with the new features you get not lost....

  • A nice article about Davinci-Resolve 10 as an online as well as standalone Editor.

    http://www.moviemachine.tv/post/opinion-why-davinci-resolve-10-is-such-a-big-deal/

    And a general Overview: Recorded live at the NAB SuperMeet, 9th April, 2013, this demonstration by Alexis Van Hurkman, shows the new features of DaVinci Resolve 10, which will be available in the third quarter of 2013. http://www.moviemachine.tv/video/davinci-resolve-10-demo-nab-supermeet,-april-9,-2013/65433105/

  • Any articles mention a release date?

  • @GravitateMediaGroup I bet they release it before the MFT BMCC.

  • Yep, something around July.

  • Let's hope Resolve 10 has the same pricing structure as 9 - I mean, the free version of Resolve does everything I want it to.

  • @Mark_the_Harp at NAB 2013 they stated several times that Lite version will be for free. Lite version is foreseen to be combined with new pocket camera incl. DVD's. Also look at their website - everything is changed to Version 10 since weeks.

    http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/compare

  • Alexis Van Hurkman previews DaVinci Resolve 10 from Blackmagic Design. Taped at the June 2013 LACPUG meet. Even if you saw the Las Vegas SuperMeet presentation you will want to see this one as he shows some great new features that weren't ready at that time. Alexis shows great round trip workflow with Final Cut Pro X but also assures us that DaVinci Resolve 10 is ready for any NLE workflow.

  • Gimme Gimme.

    Man, I can't wait for this release. I'm glad that BM actually listens to it's users and implements change. 9 solved a lot of the clunky legacy interface and organization problems I'd been complaining about for years. This adds damn near everything else I've wanted and more.

  • If its pre Alpha now and he mentions Q3 I guess sometime in September before we see it.

  • not only is BMD putting a good bit of pressure on Canon and others in the camera game, before long Apple, Adobe, Sony, and Avid NLE sales may also show some loss.

    the new tracking features look AMAZING!