DaVinci Resolve is now 5x faster editing 8K video on new MacBook Pros

Blackmagic Design has announced a new update to its professional video editing and color correction software, DaVinci Resolve, which adds full compatibility with Apple’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max processors that Apple introduced last week and that are already on sale.

With this new update, Davinci Resolve is now up to five times faster 8K video editing on new MacBook Pro models from Apple. However, this is not the only novelty offered by the latest update of this professional video editor.

Last August, DaVinci Resolve to deliver 3x faster video rendering on Macs powered by Apple’s ARM processor. The completely redesigned rendering engine has been further optimized for take advantage of the more powerful chips in the new MacBook Pro models.

Optimizations are based on the hardware acceleration support for Apple’s ProRes code, which has been specifically designed for Macs with M1 Pro and M1 Max processors to run up to five times faster on the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, even when editing 8K video.

DaVinci Resolve

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DaVinci Resolve 17.4 adds native HDR support and 120Hz video playback For the new MacBook Pro models, it adds native integration with Dropbox, an improved 3D manager, and full support for macOS Monterey, the final version of which was released yesterday October 25.

DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Studio 17.4 update is now available for download from the Blackmagic Design website for all current DaVinci Resolve users. In the Mac App Store, DaVinci Resolver is also available as a free version, but not the Studio version, which costs 255 euros.

DaVinci Resolve (AppStore Link)

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