Blackmagic adds HDR grading and next gen audio engine to DaVinci Resolve

Blackmagic Design has launched the public beta of version 17 of its DaVinci Resolve system, an update that adds 300 new features and improvements including HDR grading tools, redesigned primary colour controls, and a next-generation Fairlight audio engine.

The colour page features new HDR grading tools, redesigned primary controls and an AI-based magic mask.

Fairlight updates include mouse and keyboard edit selection tools so customers can work faster, along with Fairlight Audio Core and FlexBus, a next-generation audio engine and busing architecture with support for 2,000 tracks.

Editors benefit from a metadata slate view with bin dividers, zoomed waveforms for audio trimming, smart reframing, a unified inspector and various other time-saving tools.

In addition, compositions created in Fusion can now be used as an effect, title or transition on the edit and cut pages.

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DaVinci Resolve 17 public beta is available for download now from the Blackmagic Design web site.

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