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Davinci Resolve 16 End User License Agreement

30. After validating the activation license key, DaVinci Resolve Studio 14 will continue to start. Since the introduction of pure software options for Resolve, Blackmagic Design has also released separate hardware control panels that can be integrated into the Resolve software and offer users a touch interface and access to additional shortcuts. These panels include the DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel, the DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel (both released in 2017) and the DaVinci Resolve Advanced Panel (formerly known as Impresario when manufactured by da Vinci Systems). [14] [76] Davinci Resolve had only 100 users in 2009; However, since its acquisition by Blackmagic Design, the software had a user base of more than 2 million in January 2019, who alone used the free version. [80] This is a user base comparable to that of Apple Final Cut Pro X, which also had 2 million users in April 2017. [81] Unlike the free edition, the commercial edition of the software (DaVinci Resolve Studio) also supports resolutions above ultra high definition and frame rates above 60 FPS. Other aspects of the feature available only in the commercial edition include support for multiple GPUs, additional OpenFX plug-ins (for example.B. Face Tracking and Lens Flare), stereoscopic dimming, video noise reduction, motion blur, HDR color correction, and user collaboration tools. [3] [65] Before installing DaVinci Resolve Studio, it is important to uninstall all earlier versions of DaVinci Resolve Free. Each activation license can run simultaneously on TWO computers. You can deactivate activation from the activated computer if you want to move the activated license to another computer. At NAB 2010 in Las Vegas in April 2010, Blackmagic Design announced three new pricing models for Resolve, with a new macOS version of pure software for $995, the macOS version of the Advanced Control Surface (previously designated as an impresario by da Vinci Systems[13][14]), sold for $29,995, and licenses for the Linux version (which supports multiple GPUs for more power) for $19,995 (with the most advanced configuration, available in retail for less than $150,000).

[15] Prior to this change, prefabricated versions of Resolve were the only options available and were sold for between $200,000 and $800,000, which was a common industry practice at the time. [15] In September 2010, version 7 (redesigned as DaVinci Resolve) was the first to be released by Blackmagic Design under the new pricing model and the first version for macOS. It contained a redesigned user interface, support for Apple ProRes, and support for Red Digital Cinema`s RED Rocket digital video set-top boxes. [16] 11. . . .