Blackmagic is known for its active development of DaVinci Resolve and has today released a major update for its video and audio editing/compositing/colour grading platform.
The new version 18.1.4 brings the following improvements and bug fixes:
-Improved loading performance for timelines with a large number of markers.
-Ability to cancel the "Capture All Still Images" process.
-Support for monochrome decode mode for ARRI Raw clips.
-Sync Bin views now use the creation date instead of the modification date.
-The creation date is now retained by the proxy generator.
-Fixed an issue with Resolve FX Dehaze in DaVinci Wide Gamut.
-Fixed an issue with missing audio when scrubbing in the sync tray.
-Duration markers created from In-Out areas now use the last colour set.
-Fixed internet upload issues for filenames with non-ascii characters.
-Fixed an occasional issue when trimming gaps with a speed editor.
-Fixed an issue with Resolve FX keyers on the Fusion page.
-Fixed an issue where deleting empty tracks would delete locked tracks.
-General performance and stability improvements.
The update is available for both the free version and the Studio variant. The free version offers similar features as the Studio version, but mastering and output of projects is limited to a maximum of 4K UHD resolution.
The Studio version offers additional features such as support for multiple GPUs, motion blur effects, temporal and spatial noise reduction, de-interlacing, HDR tools, camera trackers, multiple Resolve FX, stereoscopic 3D tools and remote rendering.