Meanwhile Blackmagic Design releases the new betas for Fusion and Resolve at the same time, which is not surprising, since Fusion and Resolve share an ever wider codebase. And so it's not surprising that some new features can be found in both programs. In the special case both now support the Fusion 3D camera and camera tracker tools with new Cinema Camera presets.
In Resolve the update brings among other things: Tooltips with title names in the mini track view, improved metadata accuracy when restoring or importing projects, more responsive scrubbing for long clips. In addition, the editing performance is said to have been improved once again. In addition, an already announced feature has now been integrated: Face recognition can be used to automatically create virtual close-up crops to loosen up longer clips with automated intermediate steps.
In the new beta, the Fusion Standalone version includes improved memory management on multi-GPU systems, better interactivity and playback performance, improved render status displays for saver nodes, and support for ACEScg as a gamut option. In addition, adding images with different resolutions to OpenFX and ResolveFX plug-ins should be more stable.
The new Fusion Beta, like the Resolve Studio version, requires a license dongle to run. (Studio also works with a software license). Also the free version is still available as beta.