The third beta of the new version 17 as well as 17.1 of Blackmagic's grading, editing, compositing and (audio) mastering program DaVinci Resolve (Studio) for MacOS, Windows and Linux brings a number of improvements including scroll support in the color workspace when using DaVinci Resolve Speed Editor or DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboards as well as improved processing of sound recordings, including audio synchronization and FlexBus operations.
DaVinci Resolve 17.0's Public Beta 3 also optimizes H.265 decoding on Big Sur, the "Render in Place" function and subclip processing and includes more than 50 general performance and stability improvements.
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17
There is a Beta 3 version of DaVinci Resolve Studio 17 as well as of DaVinci Resolve Studio 17.1 - the latter is the Universal App which supports the new M1-Macs. The DaVinci Resolve 17.1 version is compatible with the new MacOS Big Sur, but for now only available for Macs with Apple M1 chip.
Blackmagic asks for feedback on the beta version and error messages via forums on the Blackmagic Design website.
The improvements of DaVinci Resolve 17.0 Public Beta 3 in detail
- Support for scrolling the color page with the speed editor and the DaVinci Resolve editing keyboard.
- Support for querying and setting individual timeline settings via the scripting API.
- Fixed a problem with changing camera raw data properties in collaborative projects.
- Fix of a problem where the lines of the magic mask are still displayed after deleting tracking data.
- Fixed a problem with incorrect results when refining the face.
- Fixed a problem with incorrect output when adjusting color temperature in an ACES project.
- Fixed a problem with distorted audio output when playing back on the editing page.
- Corrected a problem where updated projects could not display audio channels for some clips
- Corrected a problem where scene-cut clips in updated projects showed unsynchronized audio channels
- Corrected a problem with noisy audio when rendering multiple instances of the same bus in single-clip mode.
- Corrected a problem with recording audio with mismatched sample rates in FlexBus mode
- Corrected a problem with the behavior of the audio compressor in FlexBus mode.
- Corrected a problem with audio mapping for imported ATEM projects in FlexBus mode
- Fixed a problem with the B-chain setup dialog on the Fairlight page.
- Fixed a problem with incorrect Protools exports in some scenarios with audio clips with crossfades.
- Fixed a problem with decoding H.265 Main 12 clips in MacOS Big Sur.
- Corrects a problem displaying rendered clips in the Media Store under Windows.
- Corrects a problem where media management of sub-clips of manually synchronized clips sometimes caused a crash.
- Improved handling of SVG images in Fusion.
- Corrected a problem where Fusion could increase the title or composition duration using the Change Duration dialog box.
- General performance and stability improvements.