Switching from Final Cut Pro 7 to DaVinci Resolve 14

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Switching from Final Cut Pro 7 to DaVinci Resolve 14

With the upcoming release of Mac OS “High Sierra” this month, it’s been announced that Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7 will no longer be supported (see here: Final Cut Pro is Officially Dead). So what about the 10 years of Final Cut Pro projects I have? Don’t worry, Davinci Resolve has you covered. DaVinci Resolve 14 can import timelines from Final Cut Pro 7, shares many of the same keyboard shortcuts, uses a similar editing and trimming model, and gives users far greater audio and color tools.

To help FCP 7 editors, Davinci Resolve has prepared a short video that outlines the similarities between editing in DaVinci Resolve 14 and Final Cut Pro 7.

This video also introduces many of the cool features that will help you get started with DaVinci Resolve 14. The video also includes a very quick introduction to color correction and audio post-production. You can get started with DaVinci Resolve 14 today because it’s free of charge. Click below to download the FREE version of Davinci Resolve and start editing your film, series, commercial or music video.

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Learning how to edit on Davinci Resolve is easy. Here’s what’s new in Davinci Resolve 14.

Here’s my talk at the Slamdance Film Festival explaining why I decided to edit my feature film This is Meg, on Davinci Resolve.


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