After the beta is before the beta. Blackmagic obviously doesn&t want to let the update frequency for DaVinci Resolve 17 die down. Only yesterday the final version of Resolve 17 was presented, and today Blackmagic is already throwing the next sub-version number into the balance:
And even if the length of the programme name "Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Studio 17.1 Public Beta 10" would suit a bit of reduction, there is an important enhancement to be discovered under the bonnet: With new Intel processors, hardware-accelerated encoding and decoding of H.265 10-bit 4:2:2 material should finally be possible. And interestingly, this feature can even be used in the free Resolve version.
There are also supposed to be small improvements in AAF and XML import with interlaced timelines. And there is now a separate Fusion Studio 17.1 Beta 10 for Apple Silicon M1 devices.
If you want to dive into the news of DaVInci Resolve 17, please refer to the 350-page New Features Guide.