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DaVinci Resolve updated to version 17.4.4

Image: Blackmagic Design.
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Image: Blackmagic Design.

Blackmagic Design has issued a further update to its DaVinci Resolve software, bringing the version to 17.4.4.

The new update doesn't add any major new features, but it does continue to bring performance enhancements across the board. For example encoding of the VP9 codec is now supported on M1 Macs, along with hardware encoding of Main10 4:2:2 H.265 on Apple silicon as well.

The full list of enhancements are as follows:-

  • Support for Blackmagic RAW SDK 2.3
  • Support for browser based authentication for Dropbox and YouTube.
  • Support for Deep Link Hyper Encode for multiple Intel GPU systems.
  • Hardware accelerated VP9 decodes on Apple silicon.
  • Support for encoding H.265 Main10 4:2:2 on Apple silicon.
  • Support for generating Rec.2020 Dolby Vision IMFs.
  • Ability to specify encoding primaries in Dolby Vision XML exports.
  • Improved DaVinci Neural Engine performance on Macs with AMD GPUs.
  • Improved performance for clips with Fusion effects.
  • Addressed an issue rippling speed changes in the edit timeline.
  • Addressed viewer preview when dragging a clip under the playhead.
  • Addressed artifacts with keys feeding layer mixer nodes on Apple silicon.
  • Addressed inconsistent edit previews for HDR in RCM projects.
  • Addressed gamut compression issues for custom ACES DCTL IDTs.
  • Addressed AAF export issues with crossfades and small edits.
  • Addressed an issue with renaming disk database projects in Linux.
  • Addressed an issue with printer light keyboard shortcuts in Linux.
  • General performance and stability improvements.

Grab the update for both free and Studio editions of the software over on the Blackmagic Design support page.

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