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Blackmagic Design: New URSA Mini Pro camera and two new panels for Resolve now shipping!

03.03.2017

Blackmagic Design URSA Mini Pro 4.6K B4 mount photo EF PL RED RAVEN SCARLET-W VariCam LT Blackmagic Design announced URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, a new professional camera that combines high-end digital film quality with the ergonomics and features of a traditional broadcast camera. URSA Mini Pro features a massive number of tactile control buttons, switches and dials that make it faster to use, built-in optical ND filters, a new interchangeable lens mount, dual CFAST 2.0 and dual SD/UHS-II card recorders, and much more. Available now for 5,995 USD from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide, incl. optional PL and B4 (pictured) lens mounts. Blackmagic also announced two new portable hardware control panels for DaVinci Resolve, its professional editing and color correction software. These new control panels are designed to allow color correction workflows to be mixed in with editing workflows, while introducing new levels of quality in affordable hardware control panels. The DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel is available for 995 USD and the DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel is available for 2,995 USD, and both are also available now. DaVinci Resolve has been released in version 12.5.5, and is now available on Red Hat and CentOS Linux. This allows customers with Red Hat or CentoOS 6.8 or 7.2 systems to download and use the free version of DaVinci Resolve or the full DaVinci Resolve Studio. Adding Linux support gives customers more choice in hardware, allowing them to build extremely high performance, low cost workstations for editing and color correction. [source]

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Grass Valley to unveil EDIUS 8.5 at NAB 2017
07.04.2017

Grass Valley EDIUS 8 screenshotGrass Valley, a Belden Brand, will show the newly upgraded GV STRATUS 5.7, EDIUS 8.5 and Ignite v10 at NAB 2017 this month. The latest upgrade to GV STRATUS adds powerful transcoding options to the world-class video and workflow orchestration platform. The XRE Transcoder is now fully integrated into GV STRATUS, enabling broadcasters to ingest a wide range of UGC, leveraging the concept of "edit anything," a philosophy that has been a feature of Grass Valley's EDIUS platform for over a decade. GV STRATUS 5.7 also introduces a new web application for desktop and mobile. Editing applications EDIUS Pro and EDIUS Workgroup 8.5 will be faster and able to export, decode and add metadata in more formats than before. Among other usability improvements, the editing platform now includes "PQ Gamma" support of Primary Color Collection video filter for High Dynamic Range (HDR) editing. EDIUS 8.5's companion personal content management tool, Mync, has also been enhanced to feature more storyboard export options. Grass Valley will be demonstrating its news solutions at NAB in booth SL106. [source]

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Free HALion 6 trial version
Steinberg announced the immediate availability of the free HALion 6 trial. [more]
 
Steinberg Cubase 8.5.30 improves Dorico compatibility, new trial versions
Steinberg released a maintenance update 8.5.30 for Cubase Pro and Artist. [more]
 
CINEMA 4D Service Release 18 (SP2)
This new service release improves stability and performance of Maxon's CINEMA 4D software for 3D modeling, animation, and rendering. [more]
 
 
Cubase 9.0.20 update
Steinberg released the latest Cubase 9 update, version 9. [more]
 
Unity 2017.1 beta
Unity Technologies concluded the Unity 5 cycle with the 5. [more]
 
Avid Pro Tools First to get a major update this spring
Later this spring, Avid is bringing new features to Pro Tools First, its free edition of the venerable DAW software, to make it even more like the full version of Pro Tools. [more]
 
 

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