Recently, Blackmagic Design announced that a beta version of DaVinci Resolve 9 is now available to the public. Some updates to this powerful color correction software include a lightbox view (which allows you to view thumbnails of all your clips and apply flags), a metadata editor, and larger color control palettes. Also, unlike prior versions, Resolve 9 features mixed frame rate support. It will allow you to mix and match frame rates within a single project (as long as you check off the “Handle mixed frame rate material” setting within the Project Settings menu).
NoFilmSchool has a great rundown of all the new features in Resolve 9, as well as a video demo. The full Resolve 9 beta is a free download for existing users of Resolve 8, while anyone can download the Resolve Lite 9 beta – both are available from Blackmagic’s official site.