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  1. #1 Release of DaVinci Resolve 14 beta 8 
    We are pleased to announce the availability of DaVinci Resolve Studio 14 beta 8.
    This is a no charge update for existing Mac, Windows and Linux customers.

    You can download this beta from the Blackmagic Design Support site.
    https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/

    This beta update includes:
    - Added basic HUI protocol support over USB for MCU Pro Universal Control Surface on Mac and Windows
    - Added support for speaker setup of Blackmagic Video I/O hardware
    - Added support for speaker setup of connected USB audio devices
    - Encoding and decoding Cineform files is now supported on all platforms
    - Restored the “Hide UI Overlays for Optimized Playback” in User Preferences
    - Addressed an issue where playing back certain H.264 clips would result in a crash on Windows
    - Addressed an issue with decoding Cannon C200 clips
    - Addressed an issue where clips with fractional frame rates (such as 29.97 fps) would decode with a frame offset
    - Addressed an issue where some speaker setup preferences would cause loss of audio in the Edit and Color pages
    - Addressed an issue where Resolve would sometimes not save bus properties
    - Addressed various automation issues on the Fairlight page
    - Addressed an issue where waveforms on the Edit page would be out of sync when zooming
    - Addressed an issue where importing certain EDLs would result in loss of audio
    - Addressed an issue where ripple-deleting a marked range would not affect some gaps
    - Addressed an issue where the default audio track format would be ignored when dragging in clips with multiple audio tracks from the Media Pool
    - Addressed an issue where playback of some mp3 file would produce artefacts on macOS
    - Addressed an issue where rendering to some AAC formats would result in a freeze
    - Addressed an issue where render jobs with AAC audio would not correctly save the number of channels
    - Addressed an issue where decoding frame-based clips with frames of different resolutions would cause a crash
    - Addressed an issue where the Face Refinement tracking data would not be preserved when changing project resolution
    - Added support for disconnecting from the currently selected database
    Addressed an issue where SubClips with linked audio would sometimes result in sync issues
    - Addressed an issue where retiming certain audio clips would sometimes result in sync issues
    - Addressed an issue where switching to the DaVinci Resolve Advanced Panel would require a machine restart on Linux
    - Addressed an issue with crashes on some third party OpenFX plugins
    - General performance and stability improvements
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    Love this software and it is getting better and better. Next step: language packs. And re-linking embedded audio that was unintentionally removed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by publimix View Post
    Love this software and it is getting better and better. Next step: language packs. And re-linking embedded audio that was unintentionally removed.
    We have English, Japanese, Chinese and Spanish. What others would you like to see?
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    French or German would be nice. But, please, not the kind of translation Adobe is delivering. Some tools got really stupid names there…

    Or maybe Bahasa Indonesia? Probably the next largest population after Spanish or English and definitely larger than Japanese.
    (Don't take this serious, there are probably not enough people to afford the hardware and the ones who can speak English)
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    Bollywood would be a big target, no? So, Hindi might be a good idea.
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    A lot of the songs are in Punjabi now. And a lot of people in India, the Southern part in particular, don't like Hindi to be imposed on them.
    I think Indians are fine with English, have a look at the intelligent articles and videos by Wolfcrow, aka Sareesh Sudhakaran.
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    Dutch would be nice. Is nr 40 on list most spoken languages (40 from 600). But relinking audio also is high on my wish list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by publimix View Post
    Dutch would be nice. Is nr 40 on list most spoken languages (40 from 600). But relinking audio also is high on my wish list.
    As in: removed audio from clip in timeline (on purpose or accidentally) right click on clip to restore original audio-track of that clip.
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    Select the clip, press F for match frame, and re-insert the audio.
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    I am against language packs. Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and Spanish I can understand. But it has a huge advantage that we are using all the English language pack which is every tutorial online is in English. So everybody understands. If you start german,French,dutch,... each other a lot of info will be lost. Also while working on other systems with different language packs it gets annoying, as you do know exactly how it was translated. (Look at MS office for example) But that's just a personal opinion.
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