There is a lot that goes into the configuration of your computer system that will run DaVinci Resolve. This is where Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve Configuration Guide can help. Authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer discuss the importance of consulting the Resolve Configuration Guide when building your computer system.
- Alright, Pat, so we spent some time…talking about the Mac platform.…You asked me some questions about switching from the Mac…to my preferred platform, which was Windows.…And we even talked, in a general sense,…about the power of Linux as a Resolve platform,…but at the end of the day,…as you talked about earlier,…there's a lot that goes into the configuration…of the systems and it can be a little confusing…to figure out on your own,…"Hey, what kind of capture card should I be using?"…"What kind of GPUs should I be using?"…"Which slot should these things go in?"…It can be a little intimidating.…
- In fact, you could even go…zoom out a little bit more and wonder,…"Well, should I be on a all-in-one iMac…"or should I be on a laptop?…"Will a laptop do what I want to do…"or do I have to go to a desktop workstation…"to do what I do?…"How do I know what to select?"…- Exactly.…Well, fortunately, the Blackmagic Resolve…development team has done a lot…of this leg work for you already.…If you head over to blackmagicdesign.com/support,…
- Understanding Linux, Mac, and Windows Resolve systems
- Key hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
- Video reference monitors
- Control surfaces
- Hardware accessories for color correction