Milpitas, Calif. - Blackmagic Design has released a public beta of DaVinci Resolve 8.0.1 with support for Mac OS X Lion and a new three-way color corrector.
Included in DaVinci Resolve 8.0.1 is support for the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion operating system, as well as a new three-way color corrector. The color corrector works in parallel with Resolve's primary color corrector, and features a simpler color wheel user interface. It accommodates all the creativity of YRGB grading, while looking similar to the basic color correction tools found in nonlinear editing software.
"The color corrector makes it much easier to get started using Resolve as a new user, and will allow thousands of video editors to use Resolve for their color correction using the same workflow they are familiar with. However, when combined with the high-quality algorithms and the creativity of YRGB, these new Resolve users will get much better results," says Grant Petty, CEO, Blackmagic Design.
DaVinci Resolve 8 is available now starting from $995. All current Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve 8 customers can now download the DaVinci Resolve 8.0.1 beta from the Blackmagic Design Web site.