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April 8, 2019, 12:46 pm
Revolutionary new quick cut page, 8K editing, neural engine with face recognition, GPU scopes, faster Fusion, 3D audio and more.
DaVinci Resolve 16 will be demonstrated on the Blackmagic Design NAB 2019 booth #SL216.
Designed specifically for editors working on high end fast turn
around work such as television commercials and even news cutting, the
cut page is all about speed. It’s an alternate edit page with
a streamlined interface and revolutionary new tools that will help
customers work faster than ever. The cut page lets customers import,
edit, trim, add transitions, titles, automatically match color, mix
audio and more. Whether you’re delivering for broadcast or for YouTube,
the cut page has everything customers need to get the job done, all in
one place. Plus, the regular edit page is still available so customers
can switch between edit and cut pages to change editing style right in
the middle of a job.
The cut page challenges the traditional way of working with
innovative yet familiar concepts such as source tape mode and an A/B
trim tool. Two modern features that are rooted in the past. The cut page
isn’t about simplification, it’s about removing the things customers
don’t need and building powerful, professional tools that help customers
work more quickly. And, sometimes, it means borrowing the things that
were great about the past and bringing them into the future.
Back in the days of tape, finding a clip was easy because customers
could just spool up and down the tape to see their media and select
shots. Today, finding the right clip in a bin with hundreds of files is
slow. With source tape, customers no longer have to waste time hunting
through bins to find the clip they need. Simply click on the source tape
button and all of the clips in their bin appear in the viewer as
a single long "tape". This makes it easy to scrub through all of the
shots, find the parts they want, and quickly edit them to the timeline.
It’s an old fashioned concept that’s completely modernized to help
customers find the shots they need fast.
Zooming in and out and scrolling timelines is extremely slow. The new
cut page features an innovative dual timeline so customers never have
to zoom in or out again. The upper timeline shows customers the entire
program while the lower timeline shows customers the current work area.
Both timelines are fully functional, allowing customers to move and trim
clips in whichever timeline is most convenient. Want to move a clip all
the way to the end of a program? Simply pick it up from the lower
timeline and drag it to the end of the upper timeline to move it down
May 22, 2019, 7:53 am
Blackmagic Design announced today that URSA Mini Pro 4.6K and Pocket Cinema Camera 4K were used for live shooting of The Birthday's TOUR 19 NIGHTS 2018 AUTUMN, the sold out recent tour by the popular UNIVERSAL SIGMA Japanese rock band.
May 17, 2019, 6:58 am
Blackmagic Design announced today that TBS SPARKLE, Inc. has installed a Cintel Scanner and DaVinci Resolve Studio to digitize a huge amount of 16mm footage from 1955 to the 1980s. This will include the digitization of more than 3,000 films, documentaries and news shows, as well as other footage shot by TBS SPARKLE, Inc.
April 29, 2019, 7:45 am
Blackmagic Design has today announced that Chimney Group, one of Europe's largest post production facilities, has continued to invest in DaVinci Resolve Studio as part of its rapid expansion into regions including the US, South East Asia, and Australia.
April 25, 2019, 7:25 am
Blackmagic Design has today announced that DaVinci Resolve Studio was used throughout the full color pipeline on Disney’s live action remake of Dumbo. Directed by Tim Burton with a screenplay by Ehren Kruger, the DI was delivered by Goldcrest Post’s Adam Glasman, who collaborated with Director of Photography Ben Davis, BSC.
April 24, 2019, 10:13 am
Blackmagic Design announced today that the latest music video from Panic! At The Disco titled “Dancing’s Not A Crime” was shot on the URSA Mini Pro and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K using Blackmagic RAW. The video, shot by music video veteran Brandon Dermer, has become one of the fastest watched videos in the world and supports the bands hugely popular “Pray for the Wicked” world tour.
March 25, 2019, 8:10 am
Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Advanced Panel was used for color correction of Singapore’s first zombie comedy, “Zombiepura.” The film, which gained international distribution, is the first full length feature directed by internationally known short film filmmaker, Jacen Tan, who also was part of the post production team grading Zombiepura with DaVinci Resolve.
March 25, 2019, 8:08 am
Blackmagic Design today announced that the YouTube series "Flunk," which also airs on Amazon Prime and Here TV, was shot entirely with Blackmagic Design cameras, including URSA Mini Pro, Blackmagic RAW and Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. DaVinci Resolve was used for color correction.
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