Blackmagic Design announces DaVinci Resolve 17 Beta 9 is now available to download for Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
The latest update brings support for project collaboration and remote database connection on the free version of DaVinci Resolve. All users need to do is download the DaVinci Resolve Project Server and run it with the latest Beta 9 to set up a shared project database, enabling multiple users to work on the same project.
Furthermore, Beta 9 update also adds new options for applying effects to your project. These include the ability to double click or drag items such as blurs, flares and warps from the effects library straight onto the clip in your viewer window rather than onto the timeline, making your editing process faster and easier.
Audio Improvements – Resolve 17 Beta 9
Audio improvements include faster importing of AAF timelines to your project and more accurate snapping behavior when moving audio clips around the timeline on the Fairlight page. In addition, users benefit from improved reliability when recording audio using 44.1kHz input devices on 48kHz timelines in conjunction with the flexbus busing and routing system.
Fusion Studio 17 Beta 9 – What’s New
On the Fusion page, users can see improved Text+ behavior when working in layouts using languages that are frequently written from right to left or up to down including Japanese, Chinese, Korean and more.
Moreover, this update provides better stability when loading compositions with missing REDCODE RAW R3D files and now improves reliability when updating node UIs or when disabling Fusion 3D sub-views.
DaVinci Resolve 17.1 Beta 9 for M1 Macs – What’s New
- Support for encoding and decoding GoPro CineForm on Mac M1 machines
- Improved performance when decoding and rendering some codecs
- Addressed an issue with incorrect video clean feed previews when when mac display color profiles is enabled
Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17 Beta 9 – What’s New
Added support for the following:
- project collaboration and remote database connection on the free version of DaVinci Resolve.
- double clicking or dragging effects from the effects library to the viewer to apply.
Fixed the following issues:
- where importing some AAF timelines would take a long time.
- with incorrect crop composite behavior.
- issue with hue shift artifacts when using the HDR tool with RCM
- with snapping behavior in the Fairlight timeline in some systems.
- incorrect Text+ behavior when using non left-to-right text layouts.
- where the audio sidechain would sometimes not work correctly.
- with intermittent audio recording issues with 44.1 KHz input devices on 48KHz timelines when using FlexBus.
- incorrect audio metering for captures using Blackmagic Design devices.
- where rendering a comp with Renderer3D on a multi-GPU system would sometimes cause a crash.
- pasting clip grade using keyboard shortcut would ignore multiple selected clips.
- where pasting node grades in the Color page would sometimes not copy the locked state.
- with gamma shift when using Resolve color management without selecting an output DRT.
- where disabling a Fusion 3D SubView would sometimes behave incorrectly.
- with failed renders when using a transition between stills with fusion effects.
- where in-out range would be ignored for Dolby Atmos audio-only exports.
- General performance and stability improvements.
To download the latest update head over to Blackmagic Design’s support pages here.