Blackmagic has released version 17.2.2 of its grading, editing, compositing and audio mastering program DaVinci Resolve (Studio) about 1 month after the last update. The update, free as always, brings support for Blackmagic RAW 2.1 and improves Bluetooth connectivity for the DaVinci Resolve Speed Editor. In addition, YouTube credentials are now better recognized. The update also brings improvements to color mapping and playback in the Source Viewer, as well as general performance and stability improvements.
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17
What&s new in Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve (Studio) 17.2.2.
- Support for Blackmagic RAW SDK 2.1.
- Improved Bluetooth support for Speed Editor.
- Fixed an issue when configuring YouTube accounts with Resolve.
- Fixed truncated tone mapping of input data in color-managed workflows.
- Fixed an issue with missing iXML data when exporting audio AAFs.
- Fixed an issue with clamping of extended range data in video range areas.
- Fixed an issue with source viewer delay when switching from the timeline.
- Fixed an issue where disarming a Fairlight track caused a hang.
- Addressed an issue where zoom blur showed repetitive patterns during playback.
- Addressed an issue with dropped frames that made some clips slow network disks.
- Addressed an issue with incorrect channel mapping during 5.1 AAC playback.
- Fixed a problem with 3:2 pull-down clips that were marked as progressive.
- Fixed a problem with decoding some linear 24-bit PCM audio files.
- Fixed a problem with incorrect field dominance for scene cut clips and sub clips.
- General performance and stability improvements.
DaVinci Resolve 17.2 requires a database upgrade from DaVinci Resolve 16.2.7 and earlier versions. Blackmagic therefore strongly recommends backing up the existing database (both DiskDB and PostgreSQL) and then restoring this database for the upgrade before updating to the new version. Compared to version from 17.0, there are no changes to the database.
What&s new in Blackmagic Fusion (Studio) 17.2.2.
This software update delivers support for Blackmagic RAW 2.1 as well as general performance and stability improvements