DaVinci Resolve 16.3 and Blackmagic RAW 2.0 Beta 2 Released

Blackmagic Design has just released DaVinci Resolve 16.3 and Blackmagic RAW 2.0 Beta 2 which now add support for Blackmagic RAW 2.0 for Windows users.

Even though this doesn’t seem to be a major update whatsoever, all credit goes to Blackmagic Design who are constantly improving their fully-fledge post-production suite by rolling out regular updates. As usual, this update brings more general performance and stability improvements to the platform. Below, you can find all details regarding the new functionality you will get.

DaVinci Resolve Studio 16.3

  • Support for Blackmagic RAW SDK 2.0 beta.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Minimum system requirements for macOS

  • Mac 10.14.6 Mojave
  • 16 GB of system memory. 32 GB when using Fusion
  • Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.4.1 or later
  • Integrated GPU or discrete GPU with at least 2GB of VRAM.
  • GPU which supports Metal or OpenCL 1.2.

Minimum system requirements for Windows

  • Windows 10 Update
  • 16 GB of system memory. 32 GB when using Fusion
  • Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.4.1 or later
  • Integrated GPU or discrete GPU with at least 2GB of VRAM
  • GPU which supports OpenCL 1.2 or CUDA 10
  • NVIDIA/AMD/Intel GPU Driver version – As required by your GPU

Blackmagic RAW 2.0 Beta 2

  • Added support for Blackmagic RAW 2.0 on Windows.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Minimum system requirements for macOS

  • Mac Mojave 10.14 or later
  • AVX, AVX2, or SSE4.1 compatible chipset
  • Adobe CC 2019 or later for Adobe Premiere Pro plug-ins
  • Avid Media Composer 2019 for Avid Media Composer AMA plug-in

Minimum system requirements for Windows

  • Windows 10 or later
  • AVX, AVX2, or SSE4.1 compatible chipset
  • Adobe CC 2019 or later for Adobe Premiere Pro plug-ins
  • Avid Media Composer 2019 for Avid Media Composer AMA plug-in

It’s also worth mentioning that the free DaVinci Resolve 16.3 includes all of the same high-quality processing as DaVinci Resolve 16.3 Studio and can handle unlimited resolution media files. However, it does limit project mastering and output to Ultra HD resolutions or lower. DaVinci Resolve 16.3 only supports a single processing GPU on Windows and Linux and 2 GPUs on the latest Mac Pro.

If you need features such as support for multiple GPUs, 4K output, motion blur effects, temporal and spatial noise reduction, de-interlacing, HDR tools, camera tracker, multiple Resolve FX, 3D stereoscopic tools, remote rendering, an external database server and collaboration tools that let multiple users work on the same project at the same time, you should upgrade to DaVinci Resolve 16.3 Studio instead.

[source: Blackmagic Design]

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