Hello all, we are pleased to announce the release of DaVinci Resolve 10.0.1 and its availability on the BMD support web site. There are Mac, Windows and Linux versions available for customers to download. For DaVinci Resolve Lite users the Mac and Windows Lite versions are also on the support site. These are no charge upgrades for customers.
There are a number of stability improvements included in this release for Mavericks and Windows 8.1 users and also a few UI improvements. The most important of which is the "Timeline Framerate selection" which has been moved from the Conform section of Project Settings to the Timeline Format section. Please set this prior to adding clips to the Media Pool.
There are also changes to some keyboard shortcuts (Bypass All Grades is now Shift + D), improvements to minimise noise when using Hue curves and Remote Grading now correctly supports timeline and offline wipe modes.
For DCP users there is also an option to name the composition for easyDCP renders and for XML and AAF round trip workflows there are a few optimisations to improve reliability. Further details are in the read me file.
We suggest for safety that you back up your database prior to upgrading but then upgrade as soon as practical.
This is a small update to v10. The white balance request you have is in the list that we review often but as it didn't make it into v10 it was not on the list for this small update. We haven't forgotten this request.
One of the more noteworthy updates to me is the the new ability to select Open CL vs CUDA processing. Is this in anticipation of using the new Mac Pro's AMD cards and/or ATI cards in general? This opens up a lot of possibilities for new hardware configurations. Any comments on the stability and speed AMD cards vs Nvidia?
Well, as soon as the machines are in the streets, candle tests will run in.
I am sitting here ready to buy as soon as they are out.
Dont know if BMD has access to early models, but I bet they will optimize fo them cards as they are the new defacto standard.
Saying that, i am happy to announce I sold all my MacPro cards for a good price and the new thunderbolt ARC-5026 is a hell of a raid in a tiny box :)