DaVinci Resolve 18.5 Public Beta Color Page Additions

Per-Timeline Resolve Color Management

Timelines using custom settings now allow you to override color management settings on a per timeline basis. This allows setting of independent timeline and output color spaces per timeline along with other color management properties. Any existing custom timelines are automatically initialized to color management settings from the project.

Set Composite Mode in the Corrector Node

You can now set a composite mode for a specific corrector node. Simply right-click the node and select Composite Mode from the contextual menu. You can then change the type of composite for the node to any of DaVinci Resolve’s built-in composite modes.

Marker Overlays and Annotations in the Viewer

The Color page Viewer now supports overlays and annotations for timeline and clip markers. From the Viewer’s 3-dot option menu, select Show Marker Overlays. When you select Annotation mode from the drop-down menu in the lower left of the Viewer, the Annotation tools are then shown in the toolbar. Drawing annotations on a frame without a marker creates a new timeline marker.

Missing LUTs Shown as a Viewer Overlay

Clips with missing LUTs no longer show a missing LUT warning dialog. Instead the Viewer shows an overlay at the bottom right of the screen indicating the name of the LUT if a single LUT is missing or an indicator that multiple LUTs are missing. This allows for quick previews of missing LUTs without interruption. Multiple missing LUTs can be seen and managed from the Missing LUTs tab in the LUT gallery.

Managing Missing LUTs from the LUT Gallery

The LUT gallery shows a new “Missing LUTs” tab when one or more LUTs are not found in a given timeline and project. This gives the ability to see a list of missing LUTs encountered so that they can be managed accordingly.

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