Blackmagic releases major DaVinci Resolve update for Apple’s M1 Pro and Max chips

Blackmagic Designs had already updated DaVinci Resolve to run natively on M1-powered MacBooks earlier this year. However, with the release of the new MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch models with more powerful M1 Pro and Max CPUs, Blackmagic updated the popular video editing suite to run natively on the new chips and up to 5X faster, taking advantage of the architecture of the new chip. 

DaVinci now supports the hardware acceleration for the Apple ProRes codec, which is proprietary to Apple chips. Blackmagic states that DaVinci will now run up to 5 times faster on the two new 14 and 16-inch MacBooks with that one update. Blackmagic stated, “With this massive speed increase, customers can now playback, edit and grade 8K projects even faster, and can work with up to 12 streams of 8K footage.”, which is very exciting for content creators that will be buying new MacBook Pros with the new chipset. 

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