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ColorClone 1.1.1

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What's new with the latest release? Read out patch notes here!

If you experience a white screen when using first the plug-in, you must update your NVIDIA GPU/CUDA drivers to resolve the issue. Read more in our FAQ.

System Requirements: DaVinci Resolve 18.5 or later

Windows

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Apple Silicon (M-Series)

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Apple Intel (x86)

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Installation Guide

Windows Users:
  1. Download the installer: download the ColorClone installer file. Make sure to download the version suited for your Windows system.

  2. Run the Installer: Find the extracted .exe file and double-click to initiate the installation process. If a security prompt appears, select “Run” to continue.

  3. Allow Permissions: If Windows displays a warning that the installer is not recognized, click “More Info” and then “Run Anyway” to proceed. This is a common alert for newly downloaded software, we are aware of this issue and are awaiting our signed security certificate.

  4. Installation Wizard: Follow the on-screen instructions provided by the installation wizard to complete the setup.

  5. Launch DaVinci Resolve: Open DaVinci Resolve. The plug-in should be automatically detected. If not, add it manually through the plug-in section under DaVinci Resolve -> Preferences -> Video Plugins.

  6. Activate Your License: Navigate to the Effects panel in the Color page of DaVinci Resolve and apply ColorClone to a node. Enter your license key to activate your license and restart DaVinci Resolve as prompted.

  7. Start Using ColorClone: You’re now ready to use ColorClone in your DaVinci Resolve projects. It will appear in the Effects tab in the Color page of DaVinci Resolve or Edit page.

 

Mac Users:
  1. Download the Installer: Download the ColorClone .pkg installer from our website, ensuring you select the correct version for your Mac. 

  2. Open the .pkg File: Double-click the .pkg file to open a new window containing the installer. Follow the on-screen instructions provided by the installer.

  3. Launch DaVinci Resolve: Open DaVinci Resolve. The plug-in should be automatically detected. If not, add it manually through the plug-in section under DaVinci Resolve -> Preferences -> Video Plugins.

  4. ​Activate Your License: Navigate to the Effects panel in the Color page of DaVinci Resolve and apply ColorClone to a node. Enter your license key to activate your license and restart DaVinci Resolve as prompted.

  5. Start Using ColorClone: You’re now ready to use ColorClone in your DaVinci Resolve projects.

 

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Encountering issues or have questions? Our support team is ready to help you with any aspect of the installation or use of ColorClone.

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