Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve is able to run on the Mac, Windows and Linux platforms. What do you need to do to make sure that your computer can run DaVinci Resolve and not get hung up? In this movie, authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer walk you through things to consider when choosing to run DaVinci Resolve on a Mac computer.
- Pat, I remember vividly quite a few NABs ago…when Black Magic purchased Da Vinci,…and the show was abuzz because all of a sudden,…Da Vinci Resolve was available not only for Linux,…which it had been for some time, but also now on the Mac.…And Da Vinci Resolve on the Mac platform is probably…still the most popular platform that Resolve runs on,…and I know you're a diehard Mac guy,…tell us a little bit about the Mac…platform in Da Vinci Resolve.…
- Yeah, so I mean, one of the reasons why…so many of us love Da Vinci Resolve…on the Mac is that was the initial port.…- Right. - You know,…Resolve has a Unix heritage.…Linux was running it, that's how you used to run it,…and so Mac has that same…kind of Unix background to it.…It made the port very easy,…and so it was an amazing thing.…We had something that was only…available to high-end facilities…suddenly available in a Mac, on a regular Mac.…- [Voiceover] Right, and don't forget that…for years, the Mac has obviously been known…as the creative's platform, right?…People doing Photoshop work and…
- Understanding Linux, Mac, and Windows Resolve systems
- Key hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
- Video reference monitors
- Control surfaces
- Hardware accessories for color correction