Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio  17b1.007
Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio 17b1.007 | 2.3 Gb

Blackmagic Design has announced DaVinci Resolve 17, the latest major release of its flagship video and audio editing software. DaVinci Resolve is ‘the world’s only solution that combines editing, color correction, visual effects, motion graphics and audio post-production all in one software tool.’

DaVinci Resolve 17’s primary new features include HDR grading tools, redesigned primary color controls, an AI-based magic mask, a next-generation Fairlight audio engine and much more. Blackmagic states that in total there are over 100 new features and 200 improvements to existing features.

The new HDR grading feature is accessible within the software’s color page. Users can create new color wheels with ‘custom roll-off for specific tonal ranges,’ resulting in additional creative control when making fine adjustments. The new wheels include control over exposure and saturation within each zone and are color space aware, allowing for uniform results.

Additional improvements to colorwork include mesh-based warping tools. You can adjust hue and saturation or chroma and luma. Adjustments are performed by dragging control points and Blackmagic Design promises ‘clean, natural-looking adjustments.’ Primary color controls have also been redesigned in the software. With respect to color space, DaVinci wide gamut and DaVinci intermediate are new timeline color space and gamma settings which deliver a universal working color space. Blackmagic states that ‘it’s larger than what cameras can capture’ and that ‘customers will never lose image data, no matter where it comes from.’

The Fairlight Audio Core in DaVinci Resolve 17 has undergone major changes. Blackmagic says it is ‘the world’s fastest and highest quality solution for audio post-production.’ Fairlight Audio Core is a low latency, next-gen audio engine that intelligently manages CPU cores and threads in your computer. With the new Fairlight Audio Core, you can work with up to 2,000 tracks at a time with fully supported real-time effects, EQ and dynamics processing. DaVinci Resolve 17 promises ‘sample-accurate editing tools’, ADR, Foley and Fairlight FX (like reverb, de-esser, hum remover and more). You can mix and master stereo audio, 5.1, 7.1 and 3D audio formats. For improved performance, you can also utilize an optional Fairlight Audio Accelerator Card. Further, with the software’s multiple user collaboration feature, multiple sound editors can work on the entire project at the same time.

A new transient analysis tool has been added. This tool automatically detects individual words, beats or sound effects. Transient markers are displayed in the waveform as vertical lines and can be navigated by users via the arrow keys. Blackmagic states that these markers make it easier to identify specific parts of a sound when editing audio. You can also now see larger audio waveforms while trimming.

The DaVinci Neural Engine allows for automatic mask creation for an entire person or for specific features such as a face or arms. Further, ‘customers get matte finesse tools, the ability to add and remove strokes and automatic tracking.’ When editing in 16:9 HD or Ultra HD, you can now quickly create square or vertical versions for publishing to platforms such as Instagram. The Neural Engine helps here as well by automatically identifying faces and repositioning them inside the new frame, thus saving time.

Additional time-saving features include the new multi-column view for viewing effects, transitions and titles. The new workspace includes description icons, plus you can cover the cursor over an item to see a live preview in the viewer. The edit page includes ‘dozens’ of time-saving new features as well. These include the ability to manage independent proxy media, more easily synchronize multicam clips, create a sync map, generate render files for any portion of the timeline, make source side adjustments and much more.

Doubling back to multi-user collaboration, this feature is now included in the free version of DaVinci Resolve 17. This means that multiple free users can collaborate on the same project, across multiple devices, simultaneously. Of course, the free version doesn’t include all new features, but it includes a lot. A quick note that it appears that a much-requested feature, ProRes RAW support, doesn’t appear to be coming in DaVinci Resolve

There are many features and improvements in DaVinci Resolve 17 so let’s quickly summarize the primary features of DaVinci Resolve 17:

– Next generation HDR color correction with customizable wheels and tonal zones.
– Mesh and grid based color warper delivers an entirely new way to transform color.
– Magic mask automatic object isolation powered by the DaVinci Neural Engine.
– Improved color management with tone mapping and color space aware tools.
– Massive DaVinci wide gamut color space for higher quality image processing.
– High speed audio editing with new keyboard and mouse context-sensitive tools.
– Fairlight Audio Core engine with auto load balancing and support for 2,000 tracks.
– Revolutionary FlexBus architecture for audio routing without limitations.
– Automatic transient detection for beats, words, and sound effects.
– Support for massive audio projects with thousands of tracks on a single system.
– Metadata based card view in media pool on cut page.
– Precision audio trimming on the cut page timeline and graphical trimmer.
– Smart reframe powered by the DaVinci Neural Engine on cut and edit pages.
– Live effect, title, and transition previews on cut and edit pages.
– Import and edit projects from ATEM Mini Pro ISO.
– Proxy media workflows up to 1/16th resolution in H.264, H.265, ProRes or DNxHR.
– Timeline based clip syncing to create multicam and compound clips.
– Alpha support for keying and compositing on cut and edit pages.
– Render in place command for effects heavy clips on cut and edit timelines.
– Make source side adjustments before editing clips into the timeline.
– Portable timeline and bin files for easy sharing.
– Native interlace processing and realtime 3:2 pulldown removal.
– Node tree bookmarks, customizable Fusion toolbar, and vertical node layouts.
– Support for growing files in media pool.
– Support for frame based metadata for BRAW, ARRI, RED, Sony and EXR.
– Workflow integration API and third party encoder API.

Davinci Resolve Studio is a professionally focused video editor from the Australian company Blackmagic Design. The program has a wealth of features and is a great choice, both for experts and aspiring creators alike.

Much of its marketing material shows people with professional workstations hooked up to it. If you’re used to working with these multi-buttoned behemoths, Davinci Resolve Studio may be the video editor for you. Blackmagic makes film industry hardware, as well as software, and Davinci Resolve Studio is an excellent tool for production-quality video work.

DaVinci Resolve 17 is available now as a public beta.

Blackmagic Design Pty. Ltd. manufactures video products for feature film, post production, and television broadcast industries. Its products include video editing products, professional digital film cameras, color correctors, video converters, video monitoring products, routers, live production switchers, disk recorders and storage solutions, waveform monitors, and real time film scanners. The company’s products also include capture and playback cards, standards conversion products, broadcast converters, audio monitoring products, multiview monitoring products, routing and distribution products, test equipment, H.264 encoding products, and resolve and fusion software. In addition, it offers talkback converters for remote cameras. The company offers its products through authorized resellers and online resellers in Australia and internationally. Blackmagic Design Pty. Ltd. was founded in 1984 and is based in Port Melbourne, Australia. It has additional offices in Fremont, California; Knutsford, United Kingdom; Singapore; Beijing, China; and Tokyo, Japan

Product: Davinci Resolve Studio
Version: 17b1.007
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: english
System Requirements: PC *
Size: 2.3 Gb

Minimum system requirements

– Windows 10 Creators Update.
– 16 GB of system memory. 32 GB when using Fusion.
– Blackmagic Design Desktop Video 10.4.1 or later.
– Integrated GPU or discrete GPU with at least 2 GB of VRAM.
– GPU which supports OpenCL 1.2 or CUDA 11.
– NVIDIA/AMD/Intel GPU Driver version – as required by your GPU.
– A minimum NVIDIA driver version of 451.82 is recommended.

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