En beta versjon av Da Vinci Resolve 12 er nå tilgjengelig for nedlasting på Black Magic sine hjemmesider.
Resolve, som startet utelukkende som et fargekorrigeringsverktøy, har nå utvidet til å bli et fullverdig redigeringsverktøy.
Hentet fra nofilmschool.com:
Though it started its life strictly doing color, Resolve has become so much more over the last few years, and in version 12, it’s now a full-fledged non-linear editor. One of the first big changes you’ll notice is that the free version is no longer referred to as Lite. Instead, the non-paid and paid versions are now known as DaVinci Resolve 12 and DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio, respectively.
They are essentially still the same products, and the free version still has the same limitations. With the nearly $1,000 Resolve 12 Studio (which is a free upgrade for previous owners of Resolve), you’ll get support for multiple GPUs, 4K output, motion blur effects, temporal and spatial noise reduction, 3D tools, and remote and multi user collaboration tools. It’s also worth noting that the full version of Resolve comes free with Blackmagic’s higher-end digital cinema cameras, so if you’ve bought a BMCC 2.5K, BMPC4K, or URSA, you’re good to go with Resolve 12 Studio.