Portable Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Studio 18.6.6 (x64)




DaVinci Resolve Portable is the world’s only solution that combines professional 8K editing, color correction, visual effects and audio post production all in one software tool! You can instantly move between editing, color, effects, and audio with a single click. DaVinci Resolve Studio is also the only solution designed for multi user collaboration so editors, assistants, colorists, VFX artists and sound designers can all work live on the same project at the same time! Whether you’re an individual artist, or part of a large collaborative team, it’s easy to see why DaVinci Resolve is the standard for high end post production and finishing on more Hollywood feature films, television shows and commercials than any other software.

What’s New:
DaVinci Resolve Portable features a revolutionary new cut page specifically designed for editors that need to work quickly and on tight deadlines! The new DaVinci Neural Engine uses machine learning to enable powerful new features such as facial recognition, speed warp and more. Adjustment clips let you apply effects and grades to clips on the timeline below, quick export can be used to upload projects to YouTube and Vimeo from anywhere in the application, and new GPU accelerated scopes provide more technical monitoring options than before. Plus, Fusion is dramatically faster and Fairlight adds immersive 3D audio. DaVinci Resolve Portable is a massive release with hundreds of features customers have asked for!

Introducing the Cut Page!
Designed specifically for editors working on high end fast turn around work such as television commercials and even news cutting, the cut page is all about speed. It’s an alternate edit page with a streamlined interface and revolutionary new tools that will help you work faster than ever. The cut page lets you import, edit, trim, add transitions, titles, automatically match color, mix audio and more. Whether you’re delivering for broadcast or for YouTube, the cut page has everything you need to get the job done, all in one place. Plus, the regular edit page is still available so you can switch between edit and cut pages to change editing style right in the middle of a job.

What’s New in DaVinci Resolve 18
DaVinci Resolve 18 features a whole new way of remote collaboration using cloud based workflows! You can host project libraries using Blackmagic Cloud and collaborate on the same timeline, in real time with multiple users all over the world. The Proxy Generator app creates and manages proxies for you. DaVinci Resolve has a new proxy menu, which makes working with them automatic. You can relink original media and proxies in a single click! Apple Neural Engine support allows up to 30x faster playback on Apple Mac M1 models. DaVinci Resolve 18 includes new Resolve FX such as ultra beauty and 3D depth maps, improved subtitling for editors, Fairlight fixed bus to FlexBus conversion and more!

Multi User Collaboration
DaVinci Resolve is the only solution that lets you grow and build your own multi user post production studio! The newly redesigned project libraries are built for real time local and remote collaboration. While the new Blackmagic Cloud lets you host and access your projects from anywhere in the world. Now you can collaborate with editors, colorists, visual effects artists, and sound engineers all working together at the same time. Best of all, you no longer have to import and export files, translate projects, lose work, or conform and manage changes. DaVinci Resolve is the only application in the world that lets everyone work together in parallel on the same project and at the same time! Learn More

All In One Solution for Post Production
DaVinci Resolve is divided into “pages”, each of which gives you a dedicated workspace and tools for a specific task. Editing is done on the cut and edit pages, visual effects and motion graphics on the Fusion page, color correction on the color page, audio on the Fairlight page, and media organization and output on the media and deliver pages. All it takes is a single click to switch between tasks!

Color – Hollywood’s favorite color corrector!
The DaVinci Resolve color page is Hollywood’s most advanced color corrector and has been used to color and finish more high end feature films and television shows than any other system! It’s also approachable with exciting new features designed to make it easier for new users to get great results while they continue to learn the advanced tools. For example, new primary control sliders will be familiar to anyone that’s used image editing software, making it easy to adjust contrast, temperature, midtone detail, saturation and more. The color page has an incredible range of primary and secondary color grading features including PowerWindows™, qualifiers, tracking, advanced HDR grading tools and more!

Media and Delivery – Incredibly wide format support, finishing and mastering!
The media and delivery pages have everything you need to import, manage and deliver final projects. While you can import and organize footage into bins on both the cut and edit pages, the media page gives you a dedicated full screen workspace so you can focus on preparing footage, syncing clips, organizing footage into bins and adding metadata before you start editing. The media page also lets you clone camera media cards for backup purposes. The quick export tool lets you output and upload files to YouTube, Vimeo and Twitter from anywhere in the software, but the deliver page gives you total control over all encoding options and formats, along with a render queue for exporting multiple jobs!

Resolve FX
DaVinci Resolve Studio 18 features over 100 GPU and CPU accelerated Resolve FX in categories such as blurs, light effects, noise, image restoration, beauty enhancement, stylize and more! Version 18 adds 11 new plugins for texture pop, detail recovery, creating video collages, 3D keyer, HSL keyer, luma keyer, smear, motion trails, noise reduction, image transforms and false color. The video collage plug-in is perfect for picture in picture zoom style videos, virtual choirs and more! There are also improvements to the object removal, dead pixel fixer, dust buster, blur and film grain plug-ins. All Resolve FX can be animated using the new unified inspector on the cut, edit and Fusion pages!

DaVinci Resolve Color Panels
DaVinci Resolve color panels let you adjust multiple parameters at once so you can create unique looks that are impossible with a mouse and keyboard. The incredibly small DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel is great for new colorists just getting started or anyone that needs a portable panel. It features three high quality trackballs, knobs for primary adjustment controls and buttons for playback and navigation. The DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel features additional controls and screens for accessing virtually all palettes and tools. For the ultimate in control, the DaVinci Resolve Advanced Panel gives high end professional colorists access to every single feature and command mapped to a specific button!

Improvements to speed editor functionality on the edit page

In the edit page, the speed editor features a number of workflow improvements. The Sync Bin button opens the source viewer in multicam mode. The CAM buttons switch angles in multicam clips and timelines. Audio level, trim in, trim out and other functions prioritize selection followed by track order. The slip source button always works on the clip under the playhead and slip dest works on the following clip. Other speed editor functions now match the behavior on the Cut page.

Multiple subtitle improvements

You can now override individual properties for each subtitle caption, e.g adjust font family and style while keeping font size and background to follow track. Imported HTML styled rich text in SRT is handled better with subsequent font changes.

You can also specify per-track deliverable rules, setting multiple tracks targeted at specific markets, each with their own custom CPS, timing and line rules.

Both track style and rules can be saved and recalled as presets from the inspector 3 dot option menu.

New tracks are now added in context in the edit timeline

Context clicking and adding a track inserts the new track adjacent to the context clicked track. When adding multiple tracks, the dialog suggests the appropriate position for the new tracks.

Media inputs for Fusion effects in the edit inspector

You can now drag and drop media pool clips to the inspector as Fusion inputs. When creating Fusion effects, plugins and transitions, you can create media drop targets by selecting a Media In tool and exporting clip name as an inspector control.

Combined sizing and alpha support for nested compound clips

Multicams and simple compound clips can now combine sizing and alpha changes from their child clips with sizing and alpha changes applied in the parent timeline, effectively preserving the underlying media resolution.

New Resolve FX Sky Replacement including generated sky textures

Resolve FX Sky Replacement allows for keying and replacing the sky in shots with B-roll or artificially generated sky textures. You can use it to keep the sky consistent between takes or provide more appropriate backgrounds to creatively affect color and mood.

An option to review rendered clip before social media upload

From the render queue 3 dot option menu, you can enable Review Before Upload. When rendered, jobs with internet presets render to disk and show that they’re waiting for upload. From the job’s context menu, you can reveal the rendered file, review the quality and content and upload the result.

Individual timeline locks in multi-user collaboration projects

With DaVinci Resolve 18.1, you can lock and edit individual timelines without locking the parent bin’s contents. This allows for greater flexibility in multi-user projects in setting up your media pool bins without locking other media or timelines in the same folder.

You can still manually choose to lock individual media pool bins to secure their contents independently.

Reorganized and streamlined view menu

The View menu has been streamlined and improved to make it easier to focus on View-related choices that apply to the entire application, while moving some view-oriented choices that are specific to a single page (e.g., Color) to local menus.

The View menu has been reduced from 40+ items to 25. Some items have been moved into a hierarchical choice, and some moved elsewhere to panel-specific context menus.

  • The Color Page viewer’s 3 dot option menu now includes options like Window Outline, Highlight, Wipe and Split Screen, aggregating some items that were formerly hidden in context menus. These can now be controlled via the keyboard if desired.
  • Stills options and Step Timeline Wipe are now available from the Color menu.
  • Display of Smart Bins and Power Bins are now available in the Media Pool panel options menu as they are local to the Media Pool.
  • Playhead shadows, Gray viewer backgrounds and 2D timeline scrolling can now be found in Preferences>User Preferences.

Dolby Vision cinema trims

DaVinci Resolve now supports the Dolby Vision XML 5.1.0 format which includes trim support for Dolby Vision cinema targets as well as L11 metadata. Users can create trims for Home and Cinema targets by selecting the appropriate target displays.

When exporting a 5.1.0 XML from a Dolby Vision version 4.0 project, there is a dialog where the mastering colorspace, application type and L11 values for content type and intended white point can be chosen.

Fairlight automation curves updates

Substantial update to audio automation curves, including vector-based keyframing, ability to graphically enter, edit, trim, nudge keyframes with standard tools.

  • A new automation editing view, selectable from the track header automation drop-down menu, allowing management of curves and keyframes. You can add (Option/Alt-click), remove (Ctrl-Alt/Cmd-Option-click), select and move individual keyframes, or select, edit or cut/copy/ paste keyframe ranges. A keyboard shortcut can be configured to allow you to easily switch to fader views.
  • Automation curve data written by control surfaces now appear as keyframes on the curve line.
  • Moving keyframes now creates smooth ramps between any 2 adjacent points. When moving multiple keyframes in a range, bounding keyframes are automatically added to the range to preserve values outside the range.
  • Select an area and drag up or down to create “carve out trims,” allowing instant level changes over a selected area. Use the Shift key for fine tuning.
  • In the multi tool focus mode, hold shift-alt/shift-option to temporarily switch to the pencil tool to redraw curves.
  • An overlay will appear when trimming and adjusting keyframes. e.g. “-8.5 dB (∆1.3 dB)” indicating absolute level value (-8.5 dBfs) and the change in the current trim operation (+1.3 dB).
  • The Select Range Mode Tool is now removed as it is no longer needed. The other tools (especially Multi Tool in Focus mode) can now be used in the Automation curve view to select and manipulate keyframing.

Fairlight automation modes updates

New behaviors have been added to automation modes:

  • Automation values now update when moving the playhead to a new location, avoiding discontinuities when recording automation; faders are always up to date when the Playhead is parked.
  • The Fairlight>Automation menu has several new choices:
    • You can choose Write to Start/End/All actions to write current automation levels to the start, the end or all of your timeline.
    • Choose Join to manually resume writing automation in Latch mode from the current level.
  • You can set an automation active zone (indicated in red on the ruler) by choosing Fairlight>Automation>Active Range and choosing In, Out or Enable to restrict where automation can be written. Automation preview switches automatically at the borders, allowing playback before and after the active range and recording within the range.
  • Trimming can be initiated by touching and holding the fader prior to pressing play, or prior to or during playback, pressing the automation punch button on the channel. The button will turn red and the fader cap will turn yellow. Use of the punch button allows trimming to be initiated on some channels and not on others.
  • You can disable per-track automation recording and automation playback by right clicking the automation arm icon in the mixer and selecting Off or Safe.
  • The user preference “Include mixer events in the undo stack”, in the Fairlight tab, allows mixer actions to be undone from Edit>Undo (Control/Cmd-Z).

Fairlight grid mode

The Fairlight grid mode allows you to position clips on a grid based on timecode or musical tempo.

  • From the Grid options, located next to the Timeline View options above the ruler, you can customize grid line visibility, duration, snapping to grid lines and other options.
  • For the timecode grid, you can select resolutions of 1 second, 1 frame, 1/2 frame and 1/4 frame.
  • For the tempo grid, you can configure beats per minute, note duration (1 bar, 1/2 note, 1/4 note, 1/8 note, 1/16 note) and time signature (4/4, 3/4 and 6/8).
  • The ruler context menu also allows you to set grid start at a timecode location, or create grids from a range. Areas before the grid start are shown with negative bar|beat values. You can set a grid from a selected time range and set the start point and number of measures so that tempo is automatically calculated.
  • Musical tempo grid lines are labeled with bars, beats and note durations. A counter location of “003|03|09” indicates a grid location of “bar 3, beat 3, and nine 16th notes.”

Voice isolation processing

The Fairlight page now has a new DaVinci Neural Engine AI-based core effects process that appears in the Inspector or as a floating plug-in window. This processing can remove loud, undesirable sounds from existing voice recordings. You could literally remove a jackhammer from a recording, leaving only the voice. Voice isolation can be very effectively for general purpose noise or room sound reduction/removal – including air conditioning, traffic, generator or motor noise, echoes and reverbs, undesired room sound, and other background sounds.

The voice isolation effect is one of two Fairlight track effects (the other being the dialogue leveler), accessible from the inspector. Under the audio tab, you can enable voice isolation for selected mono and stereo clips and tracks in the Fairlight, edit and cut pages. For tracks, it can also be enabled from the track FX section in the Fairlight mixer.

  • There are two controls: effect on/off and an “Amount” control (0-100%). Using just a bit less than 100% can create a more natural result.
  • Supported as an effect in mono and stereo tracks and clips.
  • Live audio input cannot be used; the sound source must be on disk.
  • Note: Voice isolation is not suitable for anything other than the human voice, and primarily useful for dialogue processing.

Fairlight FX Dialogue leveler

The dialogue leveler allows for very useful improvements to dialogue recordings without the need for tedious level adjustment (clip gain or automation curves) or the artifacts of compression or expansion.

Use the dialogue leveler for dialogue recordings that are partially off mic, or have multiple people in a scene at different volumes, differing levels are too extreme, etc, to get extremely even and natural results, while maintaining the perspective of the original balance. The overall effect allows dialogue levels that originally jump out or are near inaudible to sit well in the final mix.

The dialogue leveler (like the voice isolation effect) can be enabled from the inspector and the track FX section in the Fairlight mixer.

The dialogue leveler’s controls include:

  • An on/off switch.
  • 4 presets optimized for different dialogue types. The default (“Optimize most sources”) works for most material.
  • 3 module switches that allow to further tailor the response to your source material.
  • An output level control with up to 6 dB of gain.

DaVinci Resolve 18.5 is a massive update with new AI tools and over 150 new features which include major additions to the cut page editing toolset, new Resolve FX, enhanced Fusion tools including USD support and powerful new Fairlight audio mix automation. The Cut page features 3 new menus including tools to toggle ripple editing, resync audio and more! You can quickly generate captions for timelines with auto speech to text, or search on key words for faster editing. Resolve FX relight lets colorists add virtual lighting to a scene and VFX collaboration is now faster with support for Universal Scene Descriptor files. Plus you can group tracks in Fairlight for faster mix automation and editing.

What’s new in DaVinci Resolve Portable

Key Features

  • New Blackmagic Camera cloud workflow syncs captures to cloud projects.
  • Support for Blackmagic Cloud Storage with synced project media and files.
  • Automatic proxy generation and upload to Blackmagic Cloud Storage.
  • Support for outer text stroke in titles and subtitles.
  • Ability to assign and apply favorite keywords to clips and markers.
  • Support for Fusion USD scenes with materials and volumes.
  • Import multiple mono audio files with suffixes as a multichannel clip.
  • Support for target audio loudness standards on renders.

Cut and Edit

  • Selected sync bin clips can now be edited in the inspector.
  • Ability to trim gaps in edit with the Speed Editor and Editor Keyboard.
  • Interlace project and timeline option to edit at frame or field boundaries.
  • Support for font case on subtitles.
  • Support for outer text stroke in titles and subtitles.
  • Ability to copy and paste markers in the source viewer and timeline.
  • Change speed for multiple selected clips from dialog and inspector.
  • Adding an effect to a clip switches the inspector to the effects tab.
  • Support for a source resolution option when performing render in place.
  • The playhead position is restored when undoing edit actions.
  • Option to show timecode toolbar on edit viewers.
  • Source viewer displays marker clip extents.
  • Configurable actions to switch recently viewed clips or timelines in viewers.
  • Keyboard customization support for multiple track context actions.
  • Ability to reconform multiple selected timelines.
  • Ability to assign and apply favorite keywords to clips and markers.
  • Retime curve context menu now displays both curves.


  • Support for extruding and beveling 3D shapes.
  • Support for polygon shape tool.
  • Support for rendering USD scenes with materials and volumes.
  • Support for replacing materials with imported MaterialX files.
  • Support for modifying imported cameras and lights.
  • Improved USD toolset including uVisibility and uVariant.
  • Improved USD Loader with Trim, Loop and Reverse support.
  • New scene tree dialog for object selection in USD.
  • Context menu option in the node and keyframe views to reset tool trims.
  • Support for DaVinci Intermediate conversion options in Fusion tools.


  • Dolby Vision CM 4.0 L1 analysis with user-selected filtering support.
  • Stereoscopic 3D support for Dolby Vision workflows.
  • Option to bypass input color management for RAW clips in RCM.
  • Support for monitoring audio in Resolve Live mode.
  • New option to export only .drx files when exporting stills.
  • New default smart filter for clips in current group.
  • Configurable actions to switch recently viewed timelines in viewer.
  • Ability to create smart filters with custom PAR values.
  • Output colorspace tag for ACES DCTL ODT.
  • Improved controls for switching wipe modes from the advanced panels.
  • Keyframes mode for all, color and sizing is now persisted across sessions.


  • Import multiple mono audio files with suffixes as a multichannel clip.
  • Support for target audio loudness standards on renders.
  • Support for loudness standards for YouTube and Disney workflows.
  • New Fairlight FX Loudness Meter with ability to monitor multiple busses.
  • Intelligent abbreviation of long channel names.
  • Support for panning presets for 3D audio height control.
  • Support for parallel bus sends and outputs with up to three per bus tile.
  • Support for Auto Safe and Auto Off over multiple tracks or busses.
  • Manage audio FX for multiple tracks or busses via keyboard shortcuts.
  • Keyboard customization support for multiple track context actions.
  • Support for the UWA Audio Vivid 3D spatial audio format.
  • Assign Fairlight FX default settings from effect dialog context menu.


  • Up to 2x faster Neural Engine performance with Nvidia TensorRT.
  • Up to 4x faster Neural Engine performance on modern AMD GPUs.
  • Ability to access Blackmagic Cloud services using HTTPS proxy.
  • Quick access to recent projects from the application menu.
  • Looped playback now detects and loops ranges if present.
  • Scripting API support to import and export render and data burn presets.
  • Scripting API support to import stills and list powergrades.
  • Scripting API support for per-timeline Resolve Color Management.
  • General performance and stability improvements

Media & Codecs

  • Support for Blackmagic RAW SDK 3.4.
  • Support for RED SDK 8.4.0.
  • Support for Apple Log video formats.
  • Ability to decode Sony XAVC H and XAVC HS clips.
  • Ability to remove unused media from a project.
  • New media pool column and smart bin filter for transcription status.
  • Right click to add media pool timelines to the render queue with presets.
  • Ability to import and export power bins as .drb files.
  • Ability to import and export render presets.
  • Import multiple XMLs, AAFs, FCP XMLs or EDLs as a single action.
  • Support for importing and exporting Final Cut Pro v1.11 XMLs.
  • Ability to encode interlaced formats as uncompressed QuickTime clips.
  • Accelerated H.265 interlaced encodes on modern Windows Intel systems.
  • Option to render individual clips with full media extents.
  • Support for decoding low latency AAC formats in Mac.
  • Support for decoding GIF clips.
  • Support for lens and vignette metadata for Nikon raw clips.


  • Improved render performance while viewing some tool configurations.
  • Improved performance loading some OpenEXR files.
  • Addressed issue with deselecting inspector fields.
  • Addressed issue exiting with Python 3.9.8 and higher.
  • Addressed issue with auto crop on empty tools.
  • Addressed issue with merging spawned particles.
  • Addressed issue with the add tool and LUT editor dialogs.
  • Addressed issue with path displacements on loading projects.
  • Addressed issue with FBX import skipping some keyframe.
  • General performance and stability improvements.






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