After the major update 17.3 for Blackmagic's grading, editing, compositing and audio mastering program DaVinci Resolve (Studio), which among other things gave users a significant speedup for M1 Macs, the just-released version 17.3.mainly brings a number of bug fixes. The update improves YouTube and Vimeo login on Windows systems and middle-click behavior when using tablets.
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17
When loading still images into the "Memories" palette, the DaVinci Resolve 17.3.1 update also provides more stability, and on Apple Silicon systems, processing of Apple ProRes 4444 files now works better. In addition, multiple audio sources can now be exported as one audio interleave file.
What's new in DaVinci Resolve 17.3.1.
- Ability to combine audio files with multiple sources to export interleaved audio.
- Fixed incorrect behavior of resizing for advanced panels.
- Fixed a problem with logging into YouTube and Vimeo on Windows.
- Fixed an issue with updating the LTC for some clips.
- Fixed an issue where titles with disabled outlines could not be edited.
- Fixed an issue where the middle mouse click in the gallery was not performed correctly when using Wacom tablets.
- Fixed an issue where creating reminders could cause a crash.
- Fixed an issue with some Dolby Atmos rendering configurations.
- Fixed rendering issues for ProRes 4444 in Apple Silicon systems.
- Fixed an issue with audio output when switching audio devices.
- Fixed a problem with selecting colors in the viewer during input scaling.
- Fixed a crash with certain renders in Apple Silicon systems.
- Fixed a problem that occurred when using generators on Apple Silicon.
- Fixed an issue with Fusion Copy metadata creation.
- And as always, general performance and stability improvements.
What's new in Blackmagic Fusion Studio 17.3.1.
- Fixed a crash when loading some compositions with a coordinate transformation.
- Fix a crash when enabling logging from the menu.
- Fix for a regression when copying metadata.
- General performance and stability improvements.