In usual high frequency Blackmagic has just released another - and as always free - update for its grading, editing, compositing and (audio) mastering tool DaVinci Resolve (Studio) for Windows, macOS and Linux.
It brings some new features and improvements, among others: Support for project import of recordings from the new ATEM Mini Pro ISO live mixer into DaVinci Resolve and an improved listing of numbered still images in the Media Pool. The update also fixes a bug in offline frames for some H.264 clips in Windows and makes re-linking of AAF clips in different folders more reliable. There are also several stability and performance improvements.
This means that support for Blackmagic's new Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K camera using the Blackmagic RAW SDK 2.0 beta is still reserved for users of the OS X version of DaVinci who have Resolve Update 16.3 Beta 1 installed.
Blackmagic recommends all users to update to this latest version and to backup all active databases and running projects before updating.
Blackmagic Camera Setup 6.9.5 Update
There is also an update for Blackmagic's Pocket Cinema Cameras 4K and 6K. The Blackmagic Camera Setup 6.9.5 update brings optimized metadata support for the ATEM Mini Pro ISO mixer. Additionally, the Blackmagic Camera 6.9.5 update supports manual iris control for some Panasonic Leica lenses when used with Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras.