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Resolve 12.2 adds support for h.265 - good for Samsung NX1 users

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https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/press/release/20151223-02

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What’s new in DaVinci Resolve 12.2

  • Decode support for HEVC/H.265 QuickTime video in DaVinci Resolve Studio on OS X
  • Support for HDR Hybrid Log Gamma using Resolve Color Management
  • Inclusion of Hybrid Log Gamma conversion LUTs
  • Updated ST 2084 HDR color science
  • ACES IDTs for Canon C300 MkII clips
  • Import support for NewBlue Titler Pro titles using Media Composer AAF sequences
  • Reveal in Media Storage now supports mattes
  • ProRes 4444 with alpha channel now defaults to straight mode
  • Power Window opacity and invert settings are now retained when converting to Power Curve Windows
  • Improved QuickTime render performance on Linux

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Sure the coming updates will include the codec in windows, maybe they just can't finish it before christmas.

One thing I'm a bit worried is the performance with H.265 decoding. I transcode to ProResHQ to avoid CPU/GPU overload (intel 4790k with GTX 960) during editing and so far it works perfectly, but I don't know whether it will still be so smooth if I use H.265 directly without transcoding.

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I read somewhere else that the HEVC H.265 update is only for the paid version of Resolve (Studio only on OS X), not the free version?

According to the release notes that is correct so far.

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  • Decode support for HEVC/H.265 QuickTime video in DaVinci Resolve Studio on OS X

H.265 is possibly enabled through QuickTime on OSX native, thus a reason why it's OSX only.

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