DaVinci Resolve 16's biggest new feature is undoubtedly the Cut page. The program's seventh tab isn't just about added functionality. Instead, the Blackmagic team tried to inject a new paradigm into the very practice of editing, a slimmed-down approach allowing professionals to quickly assemble rough passes for later refinement inside the Edit page. The Cut page isn't suited for complex editing workflows involving multiple rounds of revisions. Instead, it's ideal for content that just needs a quick pass before uploading (perhaps under tight deadlines), which serves the rapid pace needed for social media content creators. Let's take a look at some of the Cut page's main benefits and features.
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