Blackmagic dropped another DaVinci Resolve Studio version, bumping it to 16.2.5. As usual with a dot-dot update, the improvements are mostly unremarkable, unless you plan to buy an ATEM Mini Pro ISO (or are affected by one of the issues fixed).

DaVinci Resolve

image credit: Blackmagic Design (edited by cinema5D).

Here are the patch notes from Blackmagic:

What’s new in DaVinci Resolve Studio/Free 16.2.5

  • Support for importing ATEM Mini Pro ISO projects in DaVinci Resolve.
  • Improved listing of numbered still frames in the media pool.
  • Addressed flashing offline frame issues for some H.264 clips on Windows.
  • Addressed an issue with relinking AAF clips in different folders.
  • Addressed issues with syncing playhead in the sync bin and timeline.
  • Multiple performance and stability improvements.

Both DaVinci Resolve Studio and the free version get the exact same update, which will make future owners of the – as of yet unreleased – ATEM Mini Pro ISO happy: It now supports importing projects generated by the great little switcher console.

The Pro ISO model can record up to 5 live streams (4 cameras 1 program feed) separately and generates a project that can now be opened in Resolve to adjust edits, change shots, remix audio, and add color correction.

As usual, it‘s a no-charge update for existing customers who can download this release from Blackmagic‘s support page.

Make sure you have a full backup of your projects and/or Resolve databases before you upgrade.

Let us know what you think of this update and the new ATEM Mini Pro ISO in the comments below. 



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