Just a month after the previous 12.1 release, Blackmagic Design’s color software turned editor was recently upgraded to version 12.2. The latest update features “support for the latest color science technologies, along with decoding of HEVC/H.265 QuickTime files on OS X, additional high dynamic range features and more.”
A full list of changes in update 12.2 include:
12.2 is naturally free for all current DaVinci Resolve owners. For those who haven’t jumped on the Resolve bandwagon, you can do so for free with the basic version of DaVinci Resolve:
DaVinci Resolve 12 is free for customers to download and is a full professional editing and color grading system that is suitable for independent users working on SD, HD and Ultra HD projects. The free version supports all of the same file formats and has the same exact image quality as the paid version of DaVinci Resolve. The free version is designed for editors and colorists who need a dependable and professional tool to grow their business.
There is also the DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio version, which runs for $995 and has more features than its free counterpart:
DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio is $995 and has all of the same features as the free version, but also adds support for multiple GPUs, 4K output, motion blur effects, temporal and spatial noise reduction, 3D stereoscopic tools, remote rendering, and collaboration tools that let multiple users work on the same project at the same time. DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio is recommended for professional studios and collaborative workgroups.
To check out both versions, simply visit BlackmagicDesign.com