You can do most basic tasks on average, including importing, trimming, adding transitions, creating titles, mixing audio, and adjusting color from shot to shot. The new app also includes a feature called "source tape" taken from the time of analogue editing. Instead of browsing dozens of clips in a tray, you can click the Source Tape button and display everything as a single long tape. "This makes it easy to scrub through all the shots, find the parts you want [you] and quickly adapt them to the timeline," the company said in a press release.
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DaVinci Resolve 16's Resolve FX module has new plug-ins such as vignettes, drop shadows, object removal, analog noise, and damage. More. Other modules like beauty, facial refinement, dislocations and others have also been improved. Fairlight's audio page has also been redesigned with more plug-ins, dialogue sweetening tools, support for 3D audio, and more.
Blackmagic continues to sell the DaVinci Resolve Studio 16 for $ 299, offering a free version with some features that have been omitted. If you already have a studio version, e.g. B. the included with the BMPCC 4K camera included, get the update for free. It's still in beta, but you can download and try it at the bottom of this page.