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Blackmagic’s Major Update: DaVinci Resolve 12.5

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Logo

Blackmagic has announced the immediate availability of the public beta download of DaVinci Resolve 12.5, and the changes they’ve made are major. This is seriously good news for colorists and editors alike who would like to bring their editing and grading solutions under one roof, so-to-speak. Check out Blackmagic’s great video that highlights the 250+ new features in DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Public Beta.

Apple’s Final Cut Pro X as a Platform

I ran across this interesting post by Alex Gollner about Apple’s new patents, and how Final Cut Pro X could develop into a platform of its own. This is a good read. Sharing clips with collaborators and holding window-based chat sessions to discuss changes? Sign me up. Seems a lot easier than shipping hard drives back and forth…

AVID Video Editing Comes to iPad

Here’s something cool I ran across at Read Write Web. AVID has released an iPad video editing app, and for now, it’s only $4.99, but act fast! They plan on upping the price to $7.99 before too long. That extra three bucks will kill ya. I’m looking forward to trying out the new app. So far, my favorite iOS editor has been Reel Director; I hope AVID gives it a run for its money, simply because I like competition. It breeds better products, and better user experiences. Check it out in the App Store.

AVID video editor for iPad
AVID for iPad