Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Studio Software (Mac and Windows)
Compared to the previous version, the Blackmagic Design
DaVinci Resolve 11 Editing and Color Correction Software greatly increases
non-linear editing capability, providing a one-stop on-set, post production, and
finishing solution. In addition, it features improved support for multi-GPU
systems with the ability to benefit from up to three GPUs dedicated to parallel
processing on one machine, and adds cluster support for extreme real-time
performance when using the Linux version (Linux support requires the separately
available Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Control Surface, which itself
includes a dongle).
DaVinci Resolve 11 supports a wide range of
acquisition formats from highly-compressed smartphone footage up to camera RAW
formats in 4K, 5K, and higher resolutions. Supported formats can be edited and
graded natively or proxies can be created for lower-powered machines or use in
third-party software, such as Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro, and Media Composer.
Either way, the original source material is used when rendering the final output
ensuring no generational quality loss. Export to multiple formats at once is
possible, with settings for Web, tape, and high-quality broadcast to choose
from. With a separately available EasyDCP license you can even create
cinema-ready DCP package files.
DaVinci Resolve is a dongle licensed
application and can be installed on Windows or OS X without additional hardware.
It is recommended that you download the latest version of the full (not Lite)
version of Resolve from the Blackmagic Design website. The dongle will need to
be connected to the computer whenever using Resolve - if the dongle is
accidentally removed during editing you will be given a chance to save your
project before the program automatically quits. Project files are fully
interchangeable between Resolve and Resolve Lite, however both applications
cannot be simultaneously installed on one computer. Please uninstall any copies
of Resolve Lite before installing Resolve. Hardware requirements vary depending
on your application, however you will need as a minimum a dedicated graphics
card connected via PCI-Express with OpenCL support - for details please refer to
the Configuration Guide appropriate to your system found under the support
section on the Blackmagic Design website.
Windows and OS X
Requirements vary depending on the application. Please refer to
the Support page of the Blackmagic Design website and follow the
users must have the Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Control Surface to
use this software - a dongle is included with the control surface. For
system requirements, please refer to the configuration guide on the
Support page at the Blackmagic Design website.
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