Review: Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve

Review: Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve

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Why I now believe DaVinci Resolve is the best editing platform on the market

“Blackmagic has been working long and hard to make their flagship color grading software (Resolve) a full fledged NLE and finishing system. While previous iterations of the software offered solid editorial functionality, it wasn’t until version 12 that everything changed. Personally speaking, I’ve had such an amazing experience editing projects on Resolve 12 that it’s quickly becoming my go-to editing platform.

As I’ve mentioned on this site many times before, I’m pretty much software agnostic. I’ll use whatever tool suits the task best, regardless of brand. I run FCP X, Premiere Pro, and Avid (in addition to Resolve of course), and understand that they each have their place.

Up until recently, I would run the majority of my projects through FCP X as it was by far and away the fastest system for me to work on – especially given the type of projects that I’m often tackling. That said, I would still often choose Premiere Pro for certain jobs or even Avid (very rarely) for others. But now, more and more of my projects have been running through Resolve, and I don’t doubt that trend will continue.” – Noam Kroll

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DaVinci Resolve 12 Review By Rob Redman

“Industry vet Rob Redman discovers if Blackmagic Design's free DaVinci Resolve has made the move from grading only, into a worthy editing solution with version 12…

If you read my recent review of Fusion 8, you'll know that I applaud Blackmagic Design's business method, for their software at least. Releasing software for free benefits everybody. They get to open up their market to users who they might not have otherwise connected with, and that brings with it a lot of extra feedback to aid future development. For users, they get to try out new tools and workflows before making the investment in the paid versions, which unlocks some of the higher end options.” – Rob Redman

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