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DaVinci Resolve updated with M1 Pro and M1 Max support

DaVinci Resolve updated with M1 Pro and M1 Max support

Blackmagic today released a new update to the popular video editing software DaVinci Resolve, which is available for multiple platforms, including macOS. In the Mac version of the app, the company added full support for Apple’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets, and developers say it works up to five times faster on the new MacBook Pro.

DaVinci Resolve Updated with Mac M1 support earlier this year, which has already greatly improved the performance of the application.

While apps with M1 support don’t need another update to run natively on the recently announced M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, developers can ensure their apps take full advantage of these chipsets’ more powerful processors and GPUs.

Today’s DaVinci Resolve update does just that, as it now supports hardware acceleration for the Apple ProRes codec, exclusive to the latest Apple chips. As a result, Blackmagic claims that DaVinci Resolve now runs five times faster on the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, even when editing 8K videos.

The first benchmark result of the new MacBook Pro revealed that a file M1 Max chip delivers 181% more graphics performance Compared to the previous 16-inch MacBook Pro, which puts the new laptops on par with the iMac Pro and other desktops with dedicated GPUs.

In addition to supporting the new chips, DaVinci Resolve 17.4 now offers native HDR and 120Hz video playback for MacBook Pro 2021 users. The update also adds native Dropbox integration, 3D Switch improvement, and compatibility with macOS Monterey.

You can read more about DaVinci Resolve 17 at Blackmagic’s official website.

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