The latest version of DaVinci Resolve has dropped with some interesting new features.
It hasn’t been all that long since DaVinci Resolve 18.1 was released, 5 months to be exact, but in that time DaVinci has been cranking out the point releases with only January being skipped without something new being added to the pile.
So, what do we have this month? DaVinci Resolve 18.1.4 adds faster loading of timelines with multiple markers and better handling of creation date metadata. It also adds improvements to the grab all stills function and audio scrubbing in the sync bin as well as support for monochrome decoding of ARRI RAW clips.
Here’s the full list:
- Improved load performance for timelines with a large number of markers.
- Ability to cancel the grab all stills process.
- Support for monochrome decode mode for ARRI raw clips.
- Sync bin views now use creation date instead of modified date.
- Creation date is now preserved by Proxy Generator.
- Addressed an issue with Resolve FX Dehaze in DaVinci Wide Gamut.
- Addressed missing audio when scrubbing in the sync bin.
- Duration markers created from in-out ranges now use the last set color.
- Addressed internet upload issues for file names with non-ascii characters.
- Addressed an intermittent issue trimming gaps with a speed editor.
- Addressed an issue with Resolve FX keyers on the Fusion page.
- Addressed an issue with delete empty tracks deleting locked tracks.
- General performance and stability improvements.
See you next month for more — though given that next month has an NAB in it, we wouldn’t bet on at the very least a more major 18.2 seeing the light of day. DaVinci Resolve 19? Yeah, that could happen too. Watch this space.
Tags: Post & VFX