Blackmagic DesignDaVinci Resolve 11视频调色系统配置推荐

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DaVinci Resolve 11 combines the world’s most advanced color corrector with professional multi track editing, so now you can edit, color correct, finish and deliver all from one system! Davinci Resolve is completely scalable and resolution independent so it can be used on set, in a small studio or integrated into the largest Hollywood production pipeline! Only DaVinci Resolve features the creative tools, compatibility, speed and legendary image quality you need to manage your entire workflow, which is why it is the number one solution used on Hollywood feature films.

 

System Requirements

Minimum system requirements for Mac

  • Mac OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion
  • 12 GB of system memory is recommended and 8 GB is the minimum supported
  • Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.1.1 or later
  • CUDA Driver version 6.5.45
  • NVIDIA Driver version – As required by your GPU
  • RED Rocket-X Driver 2.1.19.0 and Firmware 1.3.19.7 or later
  • RED Rocket Driver 1.4.36.0 and Firmware 1.1.17.3 or later

Minimum system requirements for Windows

  • Windows 7 Pro 64 bit with SP1
  • 12 GB of system memory is recommended and 8 GB is the minimum supported
  • Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.1.1 or later
  • NVIDIA/AMD Driver version – As required by your GPU
  • RED Rocket-X Driver 2.1.19.0 and Firmware 1.3.19.7 or later
  • RED Rocket Driver 1.4.36.0 and Firmware 1.1.17.3 or later

Minimum system requirements for Linux

  • CentOS 5.4
  • 32 GB of system memory is recommended and 16 GB is the minimum supported
  • Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.1.1 or later
  • NVIDIA Driver version 331.67
  • RED Rocket-X Driver 2.1.19.0 and Firmware 1.3.19.7 or later
  • RED Rocket Driver 1.4.36.0 and Firmware 1.1.17.3 or later

Updates:

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 11.3.1

  • Support for DNxHR in Quicktime wrapper
  • Updated color science for Alexa 65 RAW processing
  • ALEXA Open Gate and Canon RMF clip resolution improvements
  • Support for CUDA 7 and NVIDIA Maxwell GPUs
  • Anti-aliasing improvements for title rendering with shadows
  • General performance and stability improvements

What's new in v11.3?

  • ARRI Alexa 65 support
  • Sony XAVC Intra encoding (Full version only)
  • Panasonic V35 IDT included for ACES workflows
  • Support for ACES v1.0
  • Support for Avid Media Composer 8.3.1 DNxHR MXF files
  • General performance and stability improvements

What's new in DaVinci Resolve 11.1.3

  • Improved Media and Edit page playback performance
  • Improved tracker stability
  • Improved render stability for long renders
  • Improved trace intensity for scopes
  • Added Rocket-X support for Monochrome clips
  • General performance and stability improvements

What's New in v11.1.2?

  • Improved Media and Edit page playback performance
  • Improved tracker stability
  • Improved render stability for long renders
  • Improved trace intensity for scopes
  • Added Rocket-X support for Monochrome clips
  • General performance and stability improvements

What's new in v11.1.1?

  • Support for Panasonic VLUT 3D LUT format
  • Trim Clips feature is now called Consolidate clips
  • Improved RED clips consolidation
  • Source caching improvements with concurrent temporal processing
  • FCPX XML importing improvements for color information
  • Phantom CINE file decode improvements
  • ColorTrace support for Dolby Vision EDR grading
  • Scopes settings are now restored correctly in dual screen mode
  • Improvements in stability when reading a corrupt DNG frame
  • Object tracking points now display during stabilisation
  • Color picker improvements in ACES mode
  • General performance and stability improvements

What's new in v10.1.3?

  • Color page GUI performance improvement when using Mavericks
  • Update to RED SDK 4.6, supports Dragon OLPF and Rocket-X for RED ONE clips
  • GPU debayer Preferences option for RED RAW clips
  • Support for Content Kind selected in the DCP composition name dialog
  • Stereo Decision List import for ColorTrace
  • General performance and stability improvements

Version 10.1

Blackmagic Design has rolled out DaVinci Resolve 10.1, an update of the on-set editing and color correction solution, that adds new editing and 3D stereoscopic features, as well as support for Final Cut Pro™ X 10.1.

The upgrade adds editing features that includes allowing users to preview and align multiple camera takes while editing, so they can switch between takes to show their clients shot options live from the timeline. Editors can now copy individual clips in the editing timeline with a simple drag and drop, making it easier to use the same footage in different parts of the edit.

The enhanced editing tools also include support for trimming frame based clips such as DNG and DPX that reduces time in transferring clips for even faster workflows, as well as Rich Text title support that allows every character’s size, position and color to be adjusted individually directly from the Edit page.

Also featured in DaVinci Resolve 10.1 are XML import enhancements for both FCP X 10.1 and FCP 7 customers. Compound clips from FCP X 10.1 with separate A/V elements are now split into individual clips and imported FCP 7 XML’s include font properties and timeline markers as well as being able to bring across sizing, cropping and composition parameters. Now shot reframing adjustments made during Final Cut Pro editing will translate even more accurately into the DaVinci Resolve timeline.

Customers with the full software license of DaVinci Resolve will get enhanced 3D stereoscopic tools including a full stereoscopic multi track editing timeline, enhanced convergence adjustments and automatic alignment, says Grant Petty, CEO, Blackmagic Design

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Proxies and Timeline Resolution

First a quick note about expectations and real world needs. For most of us there is little real need for real-time 4K playback unless you’re monitoring in 4K. Even if your media is 4K+ resolution and you intend to render at 4K, you can easily edit in an HD resolution timeline and make far more efficient use of your system resources where real-time playback is essential.

One of the most powerful features of Resolve is how quickly you can change timeline resolution non destructively, and for RAW formats you can change decode or playback debayer resolution. This allows you to drop resolution to ensure playback performance for editing, and then ramp it back up for grading where real-time playback is not so critical.

In situations where even dropping debayer and/or timeline resolution still doesn’t result in real-time playback on a particular system, you can make lower resolution proxies of your high res camera source files for your edit and work with your original full res camera files for grading and delivery.

Resolve’s render cache is also a very useful tool enabling a background render of a particular shot, sequence, or even an entire timeline to a intermediary codec to ensure real-time playback.

It’s ALL About The GPU

DaVinci Resolve offloads intensive image processing to the GPU. It also employs YRGB 32-bit floating point processing for exceptional color precision.

Your GPU is everything! It is more important than your CPU or system RAM (both of which should not be skimped on either).

This should be a dedicated GPU just for image processing in addition to the graphics card running your desktop GUI (user interface). In the case that you are using a laptop or any system with a single, or integrated GPU you can still run Resolve, but performance will be compromised compared to a dual or multi-GPU system.

GPU RAM:

512MB – Forget about it.
1GB – You’ll be okay with basic HD ProRes work, checking RAW files but avoid noise reduction and optical flow.
1.5GB – Approaching the absolute minimum to use Resolve with some level of complexity in HD. Noise reduction and optical flow will still be problematic. I’ve made a 1.5GB Intel Iris Pro GPU work well on a iMac and managed to render a full 4K delivery (no noise reduction or optical flow speed changes): 4K Post Workflow for Cinema DNG RAW on Entry Level iMac
2GB – A comfortable HD experience, limited 4K work.
4GB – Minimum for comfortable 4K work.
6GB – You can tackle pretty much everything a project is likely to require.
8GB+ – You can actually tackle everything any project is likely to require.

Bottom line, if you’re looking at a new system and you’re working mostly in HD, I’d recommend a minimum of 2GB GPU memory. Performance also depends on the resolution of your media, the resolution of your timeline and the codecs of the media you are using.

Storage Speed

The next biggest issue is how fast Resolve can read media from your storage. Expecting real-time playback performance with heavy high res RAW media stored on a single internal spinning hard disk is madness. It’s completely impossible. This fact renders most laptops useless unless they have SSD or PCIe flash storage, or you connect fast external media storage via Thunderbolt or USB 3.

SSD drives and RAID arrays are the only solution unless you’re connected to a SAN or fast NAS, and there are so many options at the moment. Using an internal SSD or two in a RAID 0 configuration is perfect, but you’ll have limited total capacity. External SSD’s provided they are Thunderbolt or at least USB 3 can also work.

External desktop Thunderbolt RAID arrays are perfect solutions for a single system, or you can configure a RAID internally as long as your system chassis has at least four drive bays free and you have a motherboard supporting hardware RAID, or a PCIe slot free for a dedicated RAID controller card.

General Considerations

Generally speaking, your GPU and storage are the primary key factors you have to address with any system you expect to run DaVinci Resolve. Secondary to that, your CPU and system RAM are also important, you should be on 16GB of system RAM at least, 8GB is an absolute bare minimum.

These are the basic facts if you expect to get any real work done with DaVinci Resolve.

Heres the link to download the official DaVinci Resolve 12 Configuration Guide

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