Blackmagic Design has announced that the public beta of Fusion 8 Studio for both Mac OS X and Windows is now available for download from the company’s website. The company also announced that DaVinci Resolve 12 Studio, the full version of its professional editing and color correction software, is available from the Mac App Store
The gap between independent film makers and Hollywood grew a little smaller with the announcement from Blackmagic Design that director Timothy Woodward Jr.’s latest film, 4GOT10, was shot entirely on Blackmagic URSA PL cameras. The film was also graded using DaVinci Resolve Studio.
Fusion 8, the free version of the visual effects and motion graphics software, is now available to download from the Blackmagic Design website as a public beta. Previously a Windows-only product, this public beta marks the first time the Fusion software will also be available to Mac OS X users.
Blackmagic Design forges their own path into becoming one of the most different camera manufacturers in the market. There are three cameras we’re investigating at NAB 2015 and here’s what we have thus far.
Among the great camera discussions, Blackmagic Design has brought forth some unique topics, workflow being one of them. The Blackmagic Studio Camera and seeks to dispel the notion that broadcast cameras are the only ones well-suited for live production. Even then, with so many variables in live production (for reference, in all of our webcasts we've had different setups each and every time), we can't name many cameras that are really built just for live production.
Blackmagic beta tester, John Brawley, is back with more footage from the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. This time, John took the Blackmagic out on a rainy night in Sydney, Australia. The footage was shot at 800 and 1600 ISO with a variety of lenses. The results are stunning.