News: DaVinci Resolve 16.1 Final und neues Blackmagic RAW Developer SDK sind da

18.10.2019 - 08:24 Uhr

Blackmagic hat die öffentliche Beta-Phase des 16er Dot-Releases von DaVinci Resolve abgeschlossen und soeben die finale Version 16.1 zur Verfügung gestellt. Die Liste an Neuerungen und Verbesserungen ist erneut recht beeindruckend: So verfügt Resolve 16.1 jetzt unter anderem über einen neuen Sync-Ordner für die Arbeit mit Multi-Camera Setups auf der Cut Page, einen neuen Boring Detector, verbesserte Close Up Edits via Gesichtserkennung, verbessertes Trimming und Snapping, neu entworfene Timeline Rulers, präzisere Waveform Darstellung, eine verfeinerte Cut Page Oberfläche und vieles mehr ...


Ebenfalls neu erschienen ist das Developper SDK für Blackmagic RAW in der Version 1.5.1. Hier soll vor allem die Performance sowie die Stabilität des Blackmagic RAW Plugins für Adobe und Avid verbessert worden sein. Auf erste Userberichte sind wir hier schon gespannt …

(Dank an Henry für den Hinweis)

Die ausführliche Update-Liste für DaVinci Resolve 16.1 liest sich wie folgt:

What`s new in DaVinci Resolve 16.1


Sync Bin view which shows synced clip cutaways for the current shot on the timeline in a live multi-view for up to 9 cameras

Sync Clip window to perform timecode based, audio waveform based and in or out point based syncing for clips

Live overwrite from the Sync Bin multi-view where the desired camera number can be pressed on the keyboard and the cut away length can be adjusted live with the scroll dial

Support for automatically grouping shots from one camera by analyzing timecode and camera number metadata

Close Up is now powered by the DaVinci Neural Engine to automatically identify multiple faces in the clip and reframe and zoom in on the subjects

Ability to extend the timeline from the Sync Bin view to easily find the next edit for your timeline

Smart Indicators on the timeline which show where the closest edit points are based on the playhead position

Boring detector with timeline indicators to detect edits which are running too long

Jump cut detector with timeline indicators for flash frames and jump cuts

Support for a new transition dialog to quickly find and apply the desired transition to the closest edit point using the scroll dial on the DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard

Support for a new picture in picture mode to quickly apply a picture in picture edit by easily selecting the image quadrant using the scroll dial in the DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard

Support for a new blended scroll mode in the DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard that dynamically toggles between scroll and jog transport

Support for a split clip action in the toolbar

Support for performing a slide edit by Alt/Option + dragging the timeline clip overlay

Support for adding bins and moving clips between bins in the media pool

Improved representation of small cuts on the top timeline

Improved thumbnail clip hover behavior when selecting and previewing source media in the viewer

Improved responsiveness when scrubbing the in and out points for long clips in range editor


Support for using embedded timecode for clip based formats when the project setting is set to use frame count timecode

Ability to copy and paste transitions across multiple edit points in the timeline

Support for switching between clip and edit point selections on the timeline

Support for temporarily toggling between selection and trim edit mode during an edit action

Support for track name and track number burn-in and render tags

Support for previewing audio when dynamic trimming at greater than 1x speeds

Support for dragging adjustment clips to the media pool

Support for renaming adjustment clips in the inspector

Support for showing or hiding individual panels using keyboard shortcuts

Improved default multicam naming behavior

Ability to name angles after clip names or file names when creating a multi-cam clip

Support for matching a multicam edit frame to the underlying source clip

Support for switching to the correct multicam angle when performing a multicam match frame

Improved graticule and timecode display on timeline rulers

Support for opening Final Cut Pro 7 XML files from Finder to import media or timelines on macOS systems

Alt/Option-clicking on a track destination selector on the edit timeline will now exclusively select that track

Support for tooltips to show track names in the mini track view

Support for automatically selecting the newly added take in the take selector

Improved dual screen behavior for the edit page with support for single viewer and full height metadata and effects library

Improved performance when analyzing clips for detecting and classifying people

Improved easing behavior when applying smoothness to position keyframes

Improved blade behavior when there is a clip selection

Improved behavior when navigating between clips and edit points on the edit timeline when subtitles are present


Support for reading media with super scale applied in the media pool

Support for Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera presets in the Camera3D and CameraTracker tools

Improved memory management on compositions with multiple input layers

Improved memory management on multi-GPU systems

Improved viewer interactivity and playback performance on single GPU systems

Improved render all savers status display

Support for ACEScg as a gamut option


ResolveFX Stop Motion

ResolveFX and OpenFX plugins can now process and modify the alpha channel

Support for additive compositing for ResolveFX Light Rays and ResolveFX Glow

Support for automatically enabling usage of OFX alpha for ResolveFX Match Move and ResolveFX Drop Shadow


Support for viewing flags applied on the current clip on the video monitoring output

Support for limiting viewer overlays in HDR mode to 100 nits

Support for an option to update the shared node grade from a version stored in a gallery still

Support for stereoscopic controls in the Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Mini panel

Support for OpenFX controls in the Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Mini panel

Support for generating high resolution 65-point cube LUTs from color page thumbnails

Ability to paste a power window by appending to the existing windows from the Power Windows option menu

Support for a user preference under color to restrict node navigation to color corrector nodes and avoid mixer nodes and splitter and combiner nodes

Improved CIE scopes with a 1976 u’v’ view and the ability to show an additional reference gamut

Improved color match processing powered by the DaVinci Neural Engine

Ability to step the timeline wipe frame forward and back from the view menu and using the relevant shortcuts

Support for previewing timeline clip grades from the gallery when live preview is enabled

Support for a 2.0:1 output blanking preset in the timeline menu

Support for Fujifilm F-Log colorspace

Restored menu entries for half step printer lights in the color application menu


Support for 96 KHz and 192 KHz sample rates at a project level for DaVinci Resolve Studio

Support for clipping indicator for main buses on the Fairlight mixer

Improved sound library search with support for binary and wildcard searches

Support for enabling extended bounce tail durations from the option menu for audio clips with reverb and other tail effects

Support for customizing the tail duration threshold for reverb and other tail effects

Support for automatically enabling Insert In for an audio track when manually patching track inputs

Improved performance when loading and switching timelines

Improved performance when generating waveform profiles for nested timelines

Improved peak hold and decay behavior for meters in FairlightFX plugins

Support for displaying and persisting individual audio effect windows on top of other windows


Ability to preserve video essence for faster rendering of uncompressed clips without content changes

Support for decoding and encoding ProRes IMFs

Support for decoding and encoding DNxUncompressed half float formats

Support for decoding IMA4 format audio in QuickTime clips

Support for decoding floating point audio in QuickTime clips

Support for a preference to stop renders when a frame or clip cannot be processed

Support for decoding floating point TIFF images

Support for decoding DPX 10-bit RGBA files

Support for encoding AVC Intra 50, 100 and 200 on DaVinci Resolve Studio

Support for user selectable audio sample rates for timeline renders

Improved performance when decoding H.264 and H.265 clips using GPU acceleration on AMD graphics cards

Improved encoding to Panasonic SHV 8K with support for 50fps in DaVinci Resolve Studio

Improved support for reading QuickTime container metadata

Ability to disable video on Pro Tools and audio only exports

Support for exporting EDLs with multiple audio tracks

Ability to render adaptive audio tracks as discrete mono channels

Ability to export subtitles when exporting a timeline to Pro Tools using the deliver page preset

Support for rendering embedded audio timecode for synced audio clips when using the Pro Tools export preset

Support for GPU accelerated debayering on CUDA systems when decoding ARRIRAW clips using the ARRI SDK Full Res debayer

Improved Vimeo render settings with options for setting description, visibility and password for the uploaded video

Support for a warning when exporting an IMF or DCP package with an incorrect audio track setup

Support for decoding spanned AVCHD MTS clips

Improved playback speed when decoding JPEG 2000 clips

Improved performance when media managing long wav files

Improved performance when rendering QuickTime clips to network mounted drives

Improved performance when switching to bins that contain a large number of clips

Improved performance when deleting a large number of media pool clips

Improved behavior when rendering a single multi-channel audio track as individual wav files

Improved ProRes 4444 playback performance

Support for identifying and importing multiple Panasonic P2 shots in a single folder as separate clips


Support for a Clean Feed viewer mode on an additional display on DaVinci Resolve Studio

Ability to halve the current playback speed as well as playback at half, quarter and 1/8th speed using the Play Slow command

Support for additional flag and marker colors

Support for resolving the good take tag to # instead of 1

Ability to repeat alternate frames for 48fps clips in Clip Attributes to emulate 24fps capture and playback

Support for retaining the original creation date metadata when restoring or importing projects

Improved behavior when editing parameter values using Wacom tablets

Improved playback performance in the media, edit and cut pages

Improved performance when live saving projects

Improved performance when saving projects in collaboration workflows

Improved playback quality for variable frame rate QuickTime files

Improved scripting API with support for deleting a project

Improved scripting API when getting and setting frame rate and super scale properties from project settings and clip attributes

Support for disabling unbuffered I/O for any media storage location on macOS systems

Support for decoding ALAC files on Windows and Linux systems

Support for an option to optimize projects in disk databases by Option/Alt right clicking a project in the project manager

Support for accessing and editing project notes from the File menu

Support for choosing the preferred network interface from the project server application when sharing databases and generating access keys

General performance and stability improvements

Pre-installation Notes

DaVinci Resolve Studio 16.1 requires a firmware update for the DaVinci Resolve Micro and Mini Panels.

Minimum system requirements for macOS

macOS 10.14.6 Mojave

16 GB of system memory is recommended and 32 GB is recommended minimum when using Fusion

Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.4.1 or later

RED Rocket-X Driver and Firmware or later

RED Rocket Driver and Firmware or later

Minimum system requirements for Windows

Windows 10 Update

16 GB of system memory is recommended and 32 GB is recommended minimum when using Fusion

Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.4.1 or later

NVIDIA/AMD/Intel GPU Driver version – As required by your GPU

RED Rocket-X Driver and Firmware or later

RED Rocket Driver and Firmware or later

Minimum system requirements for Linux

CentOS 7.3

32 GB of system memory is recommended minimum

Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.4.1 or later

NVIDIA/AMD Driver version – As required by your GPU

RED Rocket-X Driver and Firmware or later

RED Rocket Driver and Firmware or later


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