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 video, authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer walk you through things to consider when choosing to run DaVinci Resolve on a Windows computer.
- As we mentioned earlier,…I'm a Mac DaVinci Resolve guy.…Robbie is a Windows DaVinci Resolve guy,…so should we get into this whole Windows…and Mac thing, Robbie? - No, it's not about that.…I personally take the stance of whatever works…for you is the platform that you should use.…And let me be clear.…It's not that I don't like the Mac Platform.…I've been using the Mac since I was just a little guy…and my parents brought home an early Macintosh.…I actually love the Mac, but as we said earlier,…the Mac is little bit of a controlled ecosystem…when it comes to hardware.…
Apple makes the decisions for you about CPUs,…GPUs, RAM, and all the other bits that go into a system.…About two years ago, Pat,…I made the transition from working on the Mac…over to a Windows system and I did that…for one main overriding reason:…flexibility and choice.…The fact that I can basically design my own computer…with the CPUs and the GPUs, and the amount of RAM,…and even the motherboard that I put in the machine,…gives me, a gearhead, a lot of control…
- Understanding Linux, Mac, and Windows Resolve systems
- Key hardware components: CPU, RAM, and GPU
- Video reference monitors
- Control surfaces
- Hardware accessories for color correction