With the demise of Final Cut Pro 7, many editors will be left to search for a new NLE to get the job done. Blackmagic Design is throwing its arms wide open, presenting DaVinci Resolve 14 as the perfect choice for wayward editors.
Blackmagic Design has released a video to this end, detailing the similarities between DaVinci Resolve 14 and the now defunct Final Cut Pro 7. It also quickly introduces Resolve’s color correction tools and a number of DaVinci Resolve 14’s new features, such as:
One of the biggest appeals Resolve should have for FCP7 users is the ability to import timelines from FCP7, as well as its similar keyboard shortcuts and editing and trimming model.
You can learn more about transitioning from Final Cut Pro 7 to DaVinci Resolve 14 in the video above. DaVinci Resolve 14 comes in a FREE version (perfect for a quick switch) as well as in DaVinci Resolve Studio for just $299.
For more information be sure to visit www.BlackmagicDesign.com/Products/DaVinciResolve