BlackMagic updates Davinci Resolve to 9.0.3
StudioDaily has the news. Check it out at BlackMagic, it is for Resolve and the free Resolve Lite. It now works with footage without timecode (like if I use my Canon 60D in Premiere Pro without transcoding) by recording timecode onto the audio track.
The free update for full Resovle and Resolve Lite customers also includes an improved CinemaDNG control palette (you can now display color temperature and tint related to camera metadata for more precise control), AAF and XML clip management, improved ARRI and Canon C500 RAW support, and a few more tweaks to the stereoscopic 3D grading interface. Following Apple's Final Cut Pro X update to 10.0.6 last week, Blackmagic has also added support for XML round tripping in Final Cut's latest version. A few other nice updates include the ability to play back and grade grayscale DPX files and Phantom Cine grayscale images; support for Adobe CS6 Premiere Pro XML speed changes; a much-improved audio waveform GUI update speed; support for single-frame sequences without numbers in the frame; and a bunch of handy new keyboard shortcuts.