Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Replay Editor

Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Replay Editor

Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Replay Editor

  • Broadcast Replay With DaVinci Resolve
  • Find and Play Clip
  • Sequencing Shots
  • Replay Palette for Replay Control
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The Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Replay Editor is a robust hardware control panel that seamlessly integrates replay and multicam editing functionalities. It is specifically designed for live sports and news-cutting applications, providing a comprehensive solution for professionals in these fields. Various keys can be used to switch between inputs, designate Points-of-Interest, and activate an automatic stinger, among other features. The panel seamlessly integrates with your existing network using the latest Bluetooth 5.1 LE technology. The panel is equipped with a sizable internal battery that ensures it remains operational throughout extended production days. You can easily activate or deactivate the battery using the convenient onboard switch. Ensure the battery is fully charged or utilize an external power source through the USB-C port.


Let Replay Create a Social Media Revolution!

Now you don't need to throw away a replay after it’s gone to air! That's because you can convert the replay into an edit timeline for posting to social media. Blackmagic Replay is more powerful than a traditional replay system because it’s built into DaVinci Resolve. This means you can load exciting camera angles into the timeline to edit, color-correct, and add visual effects. These edits can then be posted to social media in seconds. With Blackmagic Cloud, you can have more than one DaVinci Resolve system working on the job. Imagine every replay at a sporting event being transformed into a social media post. By creating instant social media posts, you can engage a new audience at a massive global scale!


Get Started in a Few Simple Steps!

With DaVinci Resolve, you can easily achieve replay functionality. It's as easy as keeping an eye on the input view in the viewer and hitting the POI button when something interesting occurs. By simply pressing the POI button, you can effortlessly transition from the input view to playback media. This allows you to explore the various camera angles available in a multi-view format. Now, simply scroll back a bit, choose a camera, and you're all set to start playing by pressing the run button. During gameplay, you have the option to review different angles in the multi-view and then showcase that angle through show sequencing. After completing your replay, simply press the dump button and your replay will seamlessly load into the timeline. Titles can now be added before posting to social media.


Build the Custom Replay System You Need!

Creating a top-notch replay system is a breeze thanks to its storage-centric design. With multiple HyperDecks for recording and DaVinci Resolve for playback, you'll have everything you need. You have the flexibility to personalize as many channels as you require. Consider incorporating additional HyperDeck recorders into your setup! You have the option to create a replay system in HD, Ultra HD, or even 8K. Additionally, you can increase your storage capacity and enhance your device's speed as required. In addition, multiple DaVinci Resolve systems can be added, allowing for global collaboration through the use of Blackmagic Cloud shared projects. Changes made on one system will seamlessly sync with the others. Moreover, ATEM switchers equipped with integrated ISO recording capabilities offer the added advantage of enabling effortless replay functionality, thanks to their comprehensive built-in hardware.


The Replay Palette for Replay Control

The replay controls are accessed using the replay palette above the viewer, plus there are also dedicated buttons on the DaVinci Resolve Replay Panel. The cue button is good for replaying edit timelines, as it will cue to the start. The run button will start replay and change the video output to the selected camera while the viewer will change to a multi-view so you can review the next shot. Plus it will open the hardware key output to enable playback on the switcher. It will also run the auto stinger if enabled. Dump stops the playback, reverts the hardware output to a multi-view and runs the auto stinger if enabled. It also adds the replay to the timeline if add to timeline is enabled.


Arrange Your Custom Camera Views

Because replay is built into DaVinci Resolve, you can arrange the specific views you want for replay simply by loading them into the bin. For example if you wanted to record 8 cameras but just do replay off 4 cameras then you only need to load those 4 cameras into the bin. Different users can load in different cameras and do replay customized for each workstation. This means more than one DaVinci Resolve can be used for replays. DaVinci Resolve builds its multi-view based on the media that's loaded into the bin, however with shared projects, you can create different folders in the same project with different cameras loaded. Then you navigate to that folder before selecting multi source.

Play Multiple Clips in a Single Replay

Shot sequencing allows you to play multiple camera angles during the same replay. It allows the single DaVinci Resolve system to handle complex replays. When playing the first camera angle to air using the run button, the view switches to a multi-view, even though the video output is the selected camera. This lets you review all the angles as you play for the first camera, and look for the next angle to use. This means you only need to get the first shot on air fast. You can review the other angles while playing the first. Then press a time key and second cam button and the playback will jump back to that timed number of seconds before the POI and keep playing. Even with transitions! All live!


Computer Interface
USB Type‑C.
Bluetooth 5.1 LE
Power Requirements
Power Supply
Internal battery with power switch
USB-C port for external power supply and battery charging.
Power Usage
6 W max
Operating Systems
Mac 14.3 Sonoma or later.

Windows 10, 64-bit.

Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature

0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)

Storage Temperature

-20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)

Relative Humidity

0% to 90% non-condensing

What's Included

DaVinci Resolve Replay Editor

Welcome wallet with QR code for software download


1 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty.

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