Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 15 has taken the post production industry by storm. Now integrated is a full suite of finishing tools including Fusion, Fairlight and now found in multiple places during production and post production. DaVinci Resolve 15 has over 250 tools for compositing, vector paint, keying, rotoscoping, text animation, tracking, stabilization, particles and more. With new Apple Metal and CUDA GPU processing, the Fusion page is faster than ever! Fairlight audio gets a massive upgrade with new ADR tools, audio normalization, 3D panners, audio and video scrollers, a sound library database, and built in cross platform plug-ins such as reverb, hum removal, vocal channel and de-esser. There are also dozens of new features and improvements that editors and colorists have asked for. These include a new LUT browser, shared grades, multiple playheads, Super Scale HD to 8K up-rezzing, stacked timelines, on-screen annotations, subtitle and closed captioning tools, better keyboard customization, new title templates. Onset to generate dailies and in post to generate proxy media. But where it really excels is in the conform and color grading process. Resolve’s powerful software feature-set, coupled with harnessing the power of multiple GPUs,
Resolve is cross-platform, running on Mac, Windows, and Linux. But which one is right for your production? And what control surfaces give you the flexibility your talent needs, with the footprint and price tag you can handle? What monitors do I need to display color accurately?
Key Code Media has been configuring, deploying, and supporting Resolve since day one. Working in some of the most demanding situations out there (have you seen Netflix’s requirements?) has enabled us to choose the best of breed solutions to recommend a system that fits within your budget and generates the outcome you demand.