NAB 2016: Learn how to use DaVinci Resolve as a free and simple editor with this quick run-through

Paul from Blackmagic Design shows Newssshooter’s Chuck Fadely how to use the new 12.5 version of Resolve as a simple editor. There’s a lot you can do with the latest version of DaVinci Resolve, and there’s 250 new features in the new beta version, which was released this week, most of these are in the edit section.

The free version of the software allows you to edit SD, HD and Ultra HD, while for anything beyond that – such as cinema or stereoscopic work – there’s 12.5 Studio, which costs $995.

You can find out more and download it here.

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