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Video Production and Hardware: July 2011 Archives

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At NAB this year, Blackmagic announced that they were developing a free version of their world-class DaVinci Resolve color correction software.  With today's release of DaVinci Resolve Lite, they've made good on their promise.Resolve Lite uses the same technology and interface as the commercial version, with a few minor restrictions.  

The restrictions–on video resolution, project complexity, physical control surfaces, and processing power–don't significantly interfere with the tasks or workflows that are essential to coloring, so Resolve Lite is a perfect product for learning and for smallish independent productions.

Now that the Resolve line is a real, practical possibility for even hobbyists and non-professional colorists, look forward to some GeniusDV tutorials to help you learn it!
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