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DaVinci Resolve

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Stable version for Windows.

Application Details:

Version: 16.0 (#060)​
License: Free to use
URL: https://www.blackmagicdesign.c...
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 4.14

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Test Results

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Selected Test Results

What works

Showing splash screen

What does not

The splash screen stucks at "Looking for control surface" message. When running from terminal, we can see this error message:

wine: Call from 0x7bc6c52c to unimplemented function OpenCL.dll.clReleaseDevice, aborting

If using open source amd driver (i.e. amdgpu-pro-libgl is not installed), then even that string above is not shown.

Workarounds

What was not tested

Not any functionality was tested, because stucked at splash screen.

Hardware tested

Graphics:

  • GPU: AMD
  • Driver: proprietary

Additional Comments

Had problems while installation. Unchecked all components except Davinci Resolve itself, then installation succeeded.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
CurrentArch Linux x86_64Aug 25 20194.14Yes No NoGarbageAndrew Shark 

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Comments

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Why trying to usw Windows version when native Linux version is available?
by CyCroN on Friday August 30th 2019, 12:35
Hello,
nice, if you are trying to run this great software with wine. But why not just use the native Linux version? Even if Blackmagic Design only supports RedHat / CentOS installations officially, it runs fine with other distros too. For debian users I can recommend "makeresolvedeb".
Only codec support is a problem with free version under Linux. For full codec support you will need paid studio version. That would be the only reason for running the free windows version with wine in my eyes.

As GPU support is very important for intensive use, the native version requires NVidia proprietary driver on the system or it will not run. Might this also be the problem when running with wine?

Regards,
Cy
RE: Why trying to use Windows version when native Linux version is available?
by Andrew Shark on Saturday August 31st 2019, 5:47
I wanted to try Windows version because some plugins are not available for Linux version. Specifically, I wanted to use a fullscreen preview while seeing timeline. Currently (16.0), it is only possible with monitoring hardware from BlackMagic Design. There is a workaround alternative called NobeDisplay - it allows you to direct the image to a separate window, which you can maximize in second monitor. But that plugin is available only for Mac and Windows versions.
Current problem is that clReleaseDevice function is not implemented at all. So even if you have proprietary driver, you still cannot use dr under wine.
RE: Why trying to use Windows version when native Linux version is available?
by CyCroN on Saturday August 31st 2019, 6:32
Hi Andrew,
thanks for your reply. Please take a look at the latest beta version of DVR, since 16.1 beta 1 or 2 there is a special function implemented which enables use of secondary monitor for full screen monitoring directly without any external plugin or device.
I am not sure, if it is available in free AND studio version, but it should be worth a try. I have not tried it yet, but I think this might solve your problem even without wine but natively.
Hope this helps.
RE: Why trying to use Windows version when native Linux version is available?
by Andrew Shark on Saturday August 31st 2019, 8:10
Wow, I have found a video that shows a new menu item in 16.1beta:
Workspace -> Full Screen Viewer On -> Display 2.
Unfortunately, it is currently available in Studio only. But thank you for good information!
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