Saturday, November 18

Editor-friendly DaVinci Resolve launched

Da Vinci Resolve

A good storyteller has to be an accomplished editor because editing is all about storytelling, creating a flow, and capturing the essence and emotion of a scene through the art of the cut.

One need to cull through thousands of clips, find the perfect shots and create a seamless edit that moves the story forward.

With the release of Mac OS High Sierra, Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7 software will no longer be supported.

Final Cut Pro 7 users who are looking for alternative edit software will find that switching to DaVinci Resolve 14 is very easy and only takes a few minutes.

DaVinci Resolve is the world’s most advanced professional editing software. It’s both familiar and uniquely innovative, giving one the precision tools and performance he needs to craft the perfect story!

DaVinci Resolve 14 more than doubles the performance for video playback and user interface responsiveness. You get instantaneous JKL playback and an ultra responsive interface that gives you super smooth timeline scrubbing, dramatically faster editing and more responsive and precise trimming than ever!

Designed to be intuitive and familiar, DaVinci Resolve lets one work the way it is wanted. One can choose from edit types such as overwrite, insert, ripple overwrite, replace, fit to fill, append at end and more.

Every editing style is supported, from drag-and-drop to the timeline, to three-point precision editing driven by customizable keyboard shortcuts.

DaVinci Resolve features more advanced trimming tools than any other system. You get context sensitive tools that automatically ripple, roll, slip or slide based on the position of the mouse.

You can use dynamic JKL trimming, perform asymmetric trims, trim multiple clips at the same time, and even trim live during looping playback to make precise edits!

The source viewer in DaVinci Resolve features a revolutionary audio waveform overlay that allows you to see the audio waveform and video clip at the same time.

This lets one quickly navigate to different parts of a clip based on spikes, silent areas or other visual cues in the audio waveform so you can mark clips and create split edits with confidence.