DaVinici Resolve 15 offers improved visual effects, motion graphics, and audio tools along with hundreds of new features.
Announced at NAB 2018, DaVinci Resolve 15 took a big step forward adding visual effects and motion graphics tools inside an already powerful NLE. Since that time, Blackmagic has been releasing beta updates with the latest one dropping just last Monday, August 6.
Today, the company has announced the full shipping version is now available.
Here's what you're getting with this update:
Improved performance when rendering H.264 clips.
Clip names can be added as part of a window burn.
Added support for HTML text formatting in subtitles.
Added support for 2D and 3D title templates.
Subclip extents can now be changed from the Edit timeline.
Dynamic Trim icon has been added to the toolbar with slip and slide indicators.
Audio automation data can now be edited on Fairlight page.
FairlightFX now include presets and customers can now create their own.
Sound libraries can now be created using DaVinci Resolve disk databases.
Initial ResolveFX and OpenFX plugin support has been added to the Fusion page.
New bypass Color and Fusion effects button has been added to all pages.
Fusion compositions can now be copied and applied to additional clips.
MediaIn nodes now let customers modify trim and media properties.
Saver nodes have been added to the Fusion page.
Clip level blanking output is now supported on the Color page.
Nodes can now be assigned custom colors on the Color page.
Compositing images with transparency has been improved.
Optical flow performance has been dramatically improved.
DCTL support has been extended and now supports ResolveFX.
On-screen control for OpenFX and ResolveFX are now more responsive.
Added support for encoding CEA-708 closed captions in MXF OP1a clips.
Added support for encoding EXR clips with alpha channels.
Added support for importing audio clip levels from AAF imports.
New French and Portuguese language localization.
Improved codec and format listing on the Deliver page.
Simultaneous monitoring of SDR and HDR for DolbyVisionTM and HDR10+.
New support for importing audio only AAF timelines.
The software also supports Apple Metal, multiple GPUs and CUDA acceleration to make your Fusion experience fast and reliable. Adding visual effects or motion graphics is as simple as selecting a clip on the timeline edit page and then clicking over to Fusion to use dedicated node base interface. If you have a standalone version of Fusion, it can be copied and pasted into DaVinci Resolve 15.
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