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Description

DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio
Hollywood’s most powerful tools for professional editing, color correction, audio post, visual effects and multi user collaboration!

DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio combines professional editing, the world’s most advanced color corrector, Fairlight digital audio and all new Fusion visual effects and motion graphics into a single application! Now you can seamlessly edit, color correct, add effects, mix audio and deliver without having to switch software. It’s like getting 4 high end applications in one!

In addition, the DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio edition also includes automatic face recognition and tracking, dozens of Resolve FX such as film grain, film damage, lens flares and aperture diffraction, temporal and spatial noise reduction, photorealistic motion blur effects, stereoscopic 3D tools, multi GPU support, frame rates up to 120fps, and high resolution output for 4K and beyond!

Professional Editing
DaVinci Resolve is perfect for both offline and online with every editing and trimming tool imaginable, new stacked and tabbed timelines, multicam, closed caption and subtitling tools, on screen annotations, faster project loading, 2D and 3D title templates, and dozens of other new features!

Advanced Color Correction
Hollywood’s favorite color corrector keeps getting better! You get a new LUT browser, shared grades, better noise reduction, faster stabilization, 8K super scaling, HDR grading, Revival dust and dirt removal, incredible new ResolveFX and more.

Fusion Visual Effects
The new Fusion page gives you a true 3D workspace with over 250 tools for creating feature film quality visual effects and stunning motion graphics! Now you can create sophisticated composites, use vector paint, animate titles, add 3D particles, key, rotoscope and more, all inside of DaVinci Resolve 15!

Fairlight Audio Post
The Fairlight page is a full blown digital audio workstation with high performance multi track sample level editing and mixing! You get ADR tools, support for sound libraries, audio and video scrollers for quickly syncing sound, a scrolling timeline, normalization and FairlightFX plugins including a hum remover, de-esser, reverb and more!

Multi User Collaboration
DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio lets multiple users work in the same project at the same time! You get bin locking, integrated chat, timeline comparison tools for merging changes and more. Now assistants can prep footage while editors cut, colorists grade, and sound editors finish audio, all at the same time!

Additional features in this version of DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio:
- Supports project frame rates up to 120fps
- Outputs higher than Ultra HD resolution such as 4K and beyond
- Automatic facial recognition and face refinement
- Temporal and Spatial noise reduction
- Photorealistic optical quality motion effects
- Lens Flare, Lens Blur and Film Grain ResolveFX
- Film Damage, Aperture Diffraction and Revival restoration tools
- Lens distortion correction
- De-Interlacing
- HDR (High Dynamic Range) grading
- Stereoscopic 3D tools
- Multi-user collaboration with bin and timeline locking
- Built in multi-user chat
- Timeline comparison tool for merging changes
- Remote rendering
- Support for more than 2 GPUs

DaVinci Resolve 15 App Store Limitations
The Mac App store version of DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio works with Metal and OpenCL only, does not support some external control panels, and may not be compatible with all 3rd party OpenFX or VST plugins. If you need these features, please purchase DaVinci Resolve 15 Studio from a Blackmagic Design reseller.

The software works natively with virtually all professional formats. For a full list and interoperability information, please visit the Blackmagic Design website.

System Requirements
Current model iMacPro, iMac, MacBook Pro or MacPro with a minimum of 4GB of graphics memory. A fast hard disk for video, 16GB of system memory, Mac OS X 10.12.6 Sierra or higher, at least a 1440 x 900 resolution display.

Nouveautés

Version 15.2.2

•Added an option to start remote rendering from the project manager context menu
•Addressed an issue where switching to the Fusion page in dual screen mode would sometimes cause artefacts in the user interface
•Addressed an issue with Intel GPUs on Windows where the viewer would show black frames on playback and cause crashes
•Addressed an issue where some MacOS laptops with Intel GPUs would cause a crash on start up
•Addressed an issue where clicking through media pool thumbnails for certain codecs would sometimes show an offline frame
•Addressed an issue where creating multicam clips from clips with time of day timecode would sometimes cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where position controls in the Inspector would sometimes show incorrect limits
•Addressed an issue where render cache for clips with alpha or cropping would show incorrect results
•Addressed an issue where applying an output sizing preset would sometimes show incorrect power window positions on the viewer
•Addressed an issue where some OpenFX and ResolveFX plugins would not work correctly for clips with custom output scaling
•Addressed an issue where selecting a marker from the marker list in the Color page viewer would sometimes cause a crash on Windows
•Addressed an issue where playing back a timeline with a large number of markers in the Color page would impact playback performance
•Addressed an issue where the context menu for Color page thumbnails would not show the selected clip group
•Addressed an issue where splitting an audio clip with cached audio effects would result in incorrect audio during playback
•Addressed an issue where deleting a bus would not delete plugins associated with that bus
•Improved behavior for FairlightFX Distortion
•Addressed an issue where clips with FairlightFX Echo applied would not playback correctly after an application restart
•Addressed an issue where playback for clips with FairlightFX Reverb would sometimes produce artifacts when replaying the clip
•Addressed an issue where writing multiple automation parameters simultaneously would sometimes cause gaps in the automation in the Fairlight timeline
•Addressed an issue where transitions would sometimes be drawn incorrectly in the Fairlight timeline
•Addressed an issue where loading audio clips with unsupported sample rates would cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where video tracks could not be hidden on the Fairlight page
•Addressed an issue where moving audio tracks up or down in the Fairlight timeline would not preserve its hidden state
•Addressed an issue where video track names edited from the Fairlight page would not be persisted correctly across application restarts
•Addressed an issue where custom shortcuts would not be correctly reflected in the Fairlight timeline context menu
•Addressed an issue where loading a project with video and audio scrollers enabled would sometimes cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where loading specific Fusion compositions would cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where rotoscoping using the BSpline tool in the Fusion page would sometimes cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where editing offsets of Media In nodes in a Fusion clip would sometimes cause previews in the Fusion page to flicker between cached and uncached images
•Addressed an issue where importing some FLAC audio clips would cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where importing some PNG files would cause a crash
•Addressed an issue where some Panasonic VariCam clips with multiple audio channels would be decoded with audio artefacts
•Addressed an issue where certain QuickTime clips would sometimes show a repeated frame
•General performance and stability improvements

Notes et avis

Peroke57 ,

Très satisfait

Je monte souvent sur FcpX et je fais mon étalonnage sur Davinci resolve. Personnellement, je ne mets pas ces logiciels en concurrence car ils ont tous deux leurs points forts. Le montage sur FcpX est à mon sens plus facile. Toutefois, hors l’étalonnage, la page Fairlight et deliver, maintenant la page Fusion avec la version 15, font de Davinci Resolve un véritable couteau suisse de la vidéo.

Gutterhearts ,

Beug Resolve 12 Studio

Je ne donne que 3 étoiles car même si Resolve est un incontournable de l’étalonnage il demeure toutefois un beug.
Je dispose de fichiers MP4 4K Slog 2 de mon Sony A7RII et avec Final Cut Pro X j’utilise le Prores pourtant le Resolve me dit qu’il ne trouve pas mes fichiers.
Le même projet avec la version « lite » ne me donnait pas ce beug. Bizzare !
J’ai contacté la société Blackmagic et j’espère trouver une solution rapidement.
A 500 euros c’est une promotion mais faut il encore qu’il fonctionne sans problème !

Informations

Vendeur
Blackmagic Design Inc
Taille
738.9 Mo
Catégorie
Vidéo
Compatibilité
OS X 10.11.6 ou une version ultérieure, un processeur 64 bits
Langues
Âge
Classé 4+
Copyright
© Blackmagic Design
Prix
329,99 €

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    Jusqu’à six membres de la famille peuvent utiliser cette app lorsque le partage familial est activé.

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