Another Davinci Resolve update from Blackmagic Design was released a couple of days ago, DaVinci Resolve 17.4.6. This update adds support for Nikon RAW files, a Sony IMF render preset and improved stability with 3D renders in Fusion on Apple Mac models with M1 Max processors.
Interestingly enough, Nikon has yet to release its firmware update for the Z9 that will add internal RAW recording. The fact that DaVinci Resolve is now supporting it could mean it’s coming to Nikon users really soon.
DaVinci Resolve 17.4.6 also adds better audio proxy handling and Vimeo credential recognition, as well as improved stability when using HDR controls on Apple silicon models. Technical support for the free version of DaVinci Resolve 17 is only available via the Blackmagic Design community forums.
What’s new in DaVinci Resolve 17.4.6?
Support for Nikon RAW video formats
Support for Sony IMF render preset
Support for CopySettings to work on Fusion modifiers
Scripting API support to get node count and LUT by node index
Improved stability with large 3D renders in Fusion on M1 Max
Addressed clip gain changes being wrongly applied to selected tracks
Addressed audio issues with proxies generated for non-48KHz clips
Addressed a context menu issue for clips with cached audio effects
Addressed a stability issue with some HDR controls in Apple silicon
Addressed an issue with malformed fonts
Addressed an issue extruding 3D text from specific fonts
Addressed SVG groups going offline if duplicate Fusion node names exist
Addressed issues with IO encode plugins
Addressed audio artifacts rendering Sony XAVC formats