Friday, 26 October 2012

UPDATED Blackmagic have released DaVinci Resolve 9.04

Update 29th November Blackmagic have released DaVinci Resolve 9.04, with "general perfomrmance and stability improvements" The download links are the same.

Blackmagic have been busy. Version 9.03 of DaVinci Resolve for the Mac is available for download here

Windows version is here

(these links are for the full version, lite version is also available)

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 9.0.3
• Option to update clip timecode using LTC embedded in the audio tracks
• Support for Final Cut Pro X v10.0.6
• Support to playback and grade grayscale DPX files
• Support to playback and grade Phantom Cine grayscale images
• CinemaDNG palette displays correct color temperature and tint
• Ability to specify multiple folders when importing AAF/XML
• Improved ARRI RAW debayer
• Improved Canon C500 RAW support
• Ability to use the left/right eye for both eyes in a 3D project
• Burn-ins are now also available on the SDI output
• Improved audio waveform GUI update speed
• Updated JL Cooper panel connection for OS X 10.8.2
• Improvements in audio export to Deck in Insert mode
• Single frame sequences without numbers in the frame name now supported
• Output sizing is now linked to the track mode
• Additional keyboard shortcuts implemented
• Color timeline System Info tab shows # of ## clips when filtered
• Support for Adobe CS6 Premiere Pro XML speed changes
• Clearing clip markers from color page context menu now clears all markers
• Improvements and additional fields for ALE export
• General performance and stability improvements
Minimum system requirements
• Mac OS X 10.7.5 Lion or Mac OS X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion
• 12 GB of system memory is recommended and 8 GB is the minimum supported
• Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 9.5 or later
• CUDA Driver version 5.0.36
• NVIDIA Driver version – As specified by your GPU card installer
• RED ROCKET Driver version 1.4.27
• RED ROCKET Firmware version

Adds support for FCPX 10.0.6 which was just released by Apple.

I wish other companies were as quick to update their software :-)

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