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Update: Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio 14.3

Update: Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio 14.3
News Feb 09, 2018 at 10:33 AM

The latest release adds support for the new URSA Broadcast Camera, plus support for Sony Venice/CineAltaV cameras RAW file format. Plus, quality improvements and other reliability and workflow enhancements.

Here's the list of What's new in DaVinci Resolve 14.3 Studio from Blackmagic Design:

 

  • Added support for the Blackmagic Design URSA Broadcast camera
  • Added support for RAW footage from the Sony Venice/CineAltaV camera
  • Improved the quality of thumbnails in the Media Pool and Edit page timeline on retina monitors
  • Added support for reading Panasonic Varicam metadata when importing footage
  • Added support for exporting Sony color space and gamma metadata when encoding to MXF
  • Added support for RED SDK v7.0.6
  • Addressed an issue where the audio section in the Deliver page would default to timeline track instead of the Main bus
  • Addressed an issue where editing a transition could sometimes cause a crash
  • Addressed an issue where syncing video to audio with a different sample rate results in incorrect audio sync and pitch audio
  • Addressed an issue where changes to the Mixer UI layout would not get saved in a dual screen setup
  • Addressed an issue where pressing arrow keys to move volume keyframes would not work after opening the keyframe curve editor
  • Addressed an issue with the option to pick which node to select when switching clips
  • Addressed an issue where a project would fail to save after deleting a group
  • Addressed an issue where a project would fail to save after specific undo/redo operations
  • Addressed an issue with UI artifacts in the DaVinci Resolve Studio activation window
  • Addressed an issue where projects with LUTs would not get exported correctly on Windows
  • Addressed an issue where the current project could not be copied between databases
  • Addressed an issue where relinking to TIFF files with a higher bit depth would result in a crash
  • General performance and stability improvement

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Posted by Michele Yamazaki

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