Blackmagic's DaVinci Resolve has a well deserved reputation as one of the best (if not the best) color grading software for film and video editing. But over the past few years, the company has put a lot of effort toward developing Resolve into a full suite of editing tools as well. With Resolve 14, introduced last week at NAB, Blackmagic has now added Fairlight audio editing tools to complement the software's color and nonlinear editing tools.

NewsShooter posted a video interview with Blackmagic president Dan May, who talks about some of the improvements in Resolve 14. You can see the original story at

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