NAB 2014: DaVinci Resolve 11 Announcement

first_imgNotable Feature: Camera Tracking and StabilizerDaVinci Resolve also has built-in camera tracking and image stabilization making it easier to get a cinematic look. While most major editing softwares already incorporate this feature we will be interested to see how well it works. DaVinci Resolve 11 features a redesigned editing interface and over 70 new features.DaVinci Resolve is a color grading and correction software that has long been used to create Hollywood-style color effects and has been used on films including Skyfall, Les Miserables, and Zero Dark Thirty. Now, the latest announcement by Blackmagic Design aims to make DaVinci Resolve a competitor in the video editing world.DaVinci Resolve 11DaVinci Resolve 11 has over 70 new features including:Redesigned edit bayNew timeline binUpdated editing index3rd party open effects Split video and audio in and out pointsJKL trimming Cutting a clip using the keyboardFilm transition transitionsKeyframe interpolationUpdated text editorCamera RAW pallet is updatedColor match paletteColor chart auto gradeGroup gradingMultiple language supportMulti user collaborative workflow Notable Feature: Automatic Color MatchingThe most interesting feature seems to be the automatic color matching feature. Simply place the color matching box over the box of your professional color chart and watch as DaVinci resolve creates a baseline color correction. This feature saves a lot of time for those of us who normally have to map the colors by hand. Pricing and AvailabilityDavinci Resolve comes in 3 varieties: DaVinci Resolve Lite is FREE but missing some featuresDaVinci Resolve software is $995DaVinci Resolve with color correction surface for $29,995You can download Resolve from Blackmagic’s website.What do you think of DaVinci Resolve 11?