DaVinci Resolve 17 Is Upon Us

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It was only a matter of time when Blackmagic would release DaVinci Resolve 17. The editing, color, VFX, and post sound suite is one of the most popular programs among filmmakers, and for good reason. Now, creators will get to know what's new in an upcoming event from Blackmagic on November 9th. 

In a Tweet, Blackmagic announced that it would livestream the details behind DaVinci Resolve 17. Check out the times below: 

Event Dates and Times

  • Los Angeles: 10:00 AM PDT – Monday, November 9, 2020
  • New York: 1:00 PM EDT – Monday, November 9, 2020
  • London: 6:00 PM GMT – Monday, November 9, 2020
  • Singapore: 2:00 AM SGT – Tuesday, November 10, 2020
  • Tokyo: 3:00 AM JST – Tuesday, November 10, 2020
  • Sydney: 5:00 AM AEDT – Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Blackmagic says the live stream will take place on the company's website, YouTube, and Facebook page.

What are you hoping to see in Resolve 17? ProRes RAW support? Better audio mixing capabilities? Let us know in the comments below.      

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I'm hoping they stop killing the old Nvidia card support. I had to roll back after my GTX 760 stopped working after an updated app version.

November 6, 2020 at 5:09AM

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Dylan Sunshine Saliba
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- Native speech to text transcription function
Adobe has it for FREE, while not 100% accurate FREE > Paid Third-Party Vendor

- Display Audio Time Units on the Timeline
I like Resolve's timeline but sometimes I find the granularity of the trimming tools could be improved

- "Adobe Remix" feature
I use this all the time with stock music, it's really the only thing keeping Adobe Audition installed on my system

- "ScriptSync" feature
If you have ever used this feature in Avid then you know how utterly powerful it can be. This is the ONE feature that I think would take Resolve over the top.

November 6, 2020 at 8:39AM, Edited November 6, 8:41AM

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Wishlist: Update on their Face Refinement Tools that use AI to track the face better.
AI based noise reduction.

November 6, 2020 at 12:25PM

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Geoff C. Bassett
Colorist
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One word, ASIO. The lack of it in Windows means it's DOA as a Win NLE for pro's until they fix that.

November 6, 2020 at 1:24PM

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Stephen A van Vuuren
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You know what would be a REALLY awesome update? If Smart Cache would become, you know... smart.

November 6, 2020 at 6:47PM

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Add support for Debian and Ubuntu Linux, and add better support to multiple GPU systems so that I can use the ram from both cards so I can work with and deliver 4k or 6k footage without noise or other errors; right now I can only deliver 1080p footage if I want a clean video, fix this issue please.

November 7, 2020 at 4:42AM

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THIS!!! I would love for offical support for Debian/Ubunutu distros like Pop OS!

November 7, 2020 at 12:44PM, Edited November 7, 12:44PM

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Something I would need is a cutting function to cut a clip in multiple clips of x seconds. I don't know if this already exists and if so if you could point it out to me I would be so grateful! much Love Marco

November 8, 2020 at 1:53PM

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Marco Biagioli
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ProRes Export would be nice. Adobe has it.

November 9, 2020 at 3:46AM

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I'm hoping for a better software/hardware integration with Radeon graphics cards and CPU power. FCPX does it much better and you can do incredible things even on older machines. Resolve has improved on this side in the last two big releases but noto that much. And it could be nice to see a faster noise reduction and, on the side of the whole package of blackmagic raw, the possibility to preview clips without opening them as for all others mac files.

November 9, 2020 at 8:33AM

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ginuz
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Very important to mention here, that the new requirement for Cuda 11 makes it impossible to use DR on a lot of laptops, that are perfectly fine for video editing - if developers would just make CUDA features optional with more powerful cards... this is very disappointing and will force buying new hardware... very unfriendly.

They already did this brutal step with 16.2.7 - it introduced hardware compatibility breakage for version 16 - with a minor release! That would be an absolute no go with any pro software - hardware and budget planning gets screwed with this - oh, we need new hardware for this minor version upgrade - wtf?

Please note: it would be relatively easy for every developer to make code paths that use more powerful GPUs optional and keep backwards compatibility - this is simply a slap in the users face or indicates some serious development problems with BMD - also seeing Resolve getting more and more crashy with every release makes it look like the Resolve Tower of Babel is getting too complicated for the team - the forward run to CUDA 11 without backwards compatibility options seems to be an act of desperation. It seems like developers are loosing control over that monster code base... BMD needs to put more effort into stabilizing code.

If you are into a real project with real money - be very careful with this!

November 11, 2020 at 11:25AM

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