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posted by - Tuesday, 06 March 2012

Blackmagic Design has just released the latest version of the DaVinci Resolve color correction program, version 8.2. The full-featured DaVinci Resolve color grading application has been an industry standard for many years. After Blackmagic Design acquired DaVinci in 2009, they released a free version of the software called Resolve Lite.

This free software has a huge number of applications, which now include importing, grading and exporting F65 footage. Sony’s F65 camera shoots in F65RAW and SR Codec (SStP) formats. Fortunately, Resolve now works with both. Resolve is made to be a finishing tool, but can also be used to import footage and then export it back out with a LUT applied. Although programs like SCRATCH Lab are much more suited for dailies applications, Resolve Lite could also be used for some dailies generation. Version 8.2 of the software also adds support for Canon C300 footage and the latest FCP X XML format.

You can download the latest version of Resolve on Blackmagic’s Support site.

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