Since last March, the guys from Blackmagic Design, released DaVinci Resolve for Apple’s M1 processors, an update that significantly improved performance compared to the version for Intel processors. However, it seems like they weren’t happy with the performance and they just released a new update.
Blackmagic Design just announced the release of DaVinci Resolve version 17.3, an update that the developer claims, increases speed up to 3 times for 4K and 8K editing and recording on Apple ARM processors.
But this is not the only novelty that this new update offers us. In addition to offering greater speed, users of Apple’s M1 processors will be able to eligir whether to prioritize rendering speed or quality. According to the developer, this option will reduce rendering times by up to 65%.
In addition, users of laptops with the M1 processor, according to the company, thanks to this new update it is guaranteed that theThe battery life will be 30% longer than with the previous version.
The DaVinci Resolve app also features 300 new features and enhancements such as the new generation Fairlight audio engine with support for 2,000 audio tracks in real time, HDR grading tools, a redesigned inspector, and metadata clip views in others.
Other features include nNew shapes and more optical control for Resolve FX Mosaic Blur, new rotation controls for FX Keyer garbage mattes, new Farlight audio I / O preference with support for separate I / O sections.
Free version and paid version
DaVinci Resolve offers a free version, a version with a series of limitations that we will not find in DaVinci Resolve Studio, the most complete version that includes hundreds of effects, three-dimensional tools …