Blackmagic Camera 6.0 Public Beta, DaVinci Resolve 15.1 Studio

 Blackmagic Camera 6.0 Public Beta software update adds support for Blackmagic RAW public beta to URSA Mini Pro plus Generation 4 Color Science, new LUTs, improved lens support and more.

What's new in Blackmagic Camera Setup 6.0 Beta

New features for URSA Mini Pro
Add new Blackmagic RAW codec support.
Add new demosaic algorithm.
Add Generation 4 color science.
Add Constant Bitrate 3:1, 5:1, 8:1, 12:1 recording.
Add Constant Quality Q0 and Q5 recording.
Add Blackmagic RAW clip based metadata.
Add Blackmagic RAW per-frame metadata.
Add '4.6K Film to Extended Video' LUT.
Add '4.6K Film to Rec 2020 Hybrid Log Gamma' LUT.
Add '4.6K Film to Rec 2020 PQ Gamma' LUT.
Add Level A support for 3G SDI.
Add support for SDI tally over-ride.
Add codec options in SDI Camera Control Protocol.
Add Blackmagic RAW info to URSA Mini Manual.
Improved lens support for servo zoom lenses.


New applications and SDK resources
Add Blackmagic RAW Player for Mac.
Add Blackmagic RAW QuickLook plugin.
Add Blackmagic RAW SDK Developer information.
Add support for .braw file format.
Add support for .sidecar files.

Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 6.0

No new features in 6.0 Beta for other camera products.

DaVinci Resolve 15.1 Studio
This software update adds support for the new Blackmagic RAW format to DaVinci Resolve. In addition, DaVinci Resolve 15.1 update also adds new audio ducking features using sidechain compression, support for Fusion compositions outside of the edit timeline, Fusion loader nodes, audio bouncing with effects, source timecode overlays, keywords for markers and more. You can now round trip audio clips to third party audio processing applications from the Fairlight timeline, cache audio clips, deliver supplemental IMF packages, Netflix certified IMF packages, work with stereoscopic 3D EXR files, access frame based metadata and much more. DaVinci Resolve 15.1 Studio adds new collaboration indicators on the edit timeline for clips with color grade changes and Fusion composition updates in collaborative projects, and more.