January 18, 2011, 03:27 PM
The day before the show floor at NAB 2010 was scheduled to open, word broke that Blackmagic Design was going to be introducing an affordable version of DaVinci Resolve for the Macintosh. That news spread like wildfire through all the electronic communication methods we use today. What was most astounding to everyone was the price: this well-known and regarded color-grading tool, once offered for six figures, was going to be available for a thousand bucks.
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