Resolve 11: The Public Beta

davinci resolve 11Resolve 11: The Public Beta

Some of us have been inspired by Blackmagic Design’s contributions to the television and film production and post production industry merely by the awesome cameras that have appeared in the market place. However, DaVinci Resolve 11 is just one more inspiring product that the company is planning to release, and its beta version is available now. Alexis Van Hurkman is nice enough to give us his opinion of the pre-release version, taking the time to point out to us the much enhanced features found in version 11.

–Stu Brown

The Public Beta of DaVinci Resolve 11

I’ve had a lot of fun working with DaVinci this year, and version 11 a big new release that expands editing, improves grading, and makes nearly every workflow better. While I’ve been nose-to-the-grindstone finishing my film, “The Place Where You Live” for the last two weeks (I finished the last of the VFX yesterday), I’ve continued to keep pace with the DaVinci development team as they’ve been putting the final touches on today’s giant new release of the DaVinci Resolve 11 public beta.

If you’re a current Resolve user, or curious about what Resolve can do for you, there are public betas for both the full dongle-protected version, and the free Lite version. And I need to point out that nearly every feature I talk about in this article is available for free in the lite version. Both can be obtained at a brand new support page:

This page also includes some videos showing what’s new, with specific looks at editing and grading in Resolve. However, if you were to ask me about my favorite new features, I would tell you to check out the following…

Editing, Editing, and Editing

One of the main themes of Resolve 11 is vastly expanded editing tools; –Read more: The Public Beta of DaVinci Resolve 11 | Alexis Van Hurkman—Thinking Aloud



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