During the official announcement of the M2 iPad Pro, Apple stated that its professional video editing software, DaVinci Resolve, will soon be available to users around the world as it launches for iPadOS. Sure enough, the software is now available in the App Store, giving tablet users one less thing to worry about or complain about.
DaVinci Resolve states that its video editing app is optimized for Apple’s M1 iPad models or later.
Initially, DaVinci Resolve was only available to users running macOS, Windows, or Linux devices. From a portability standpoint, it would be difficult for users to carry around their heavy laptops to get some video editing work done, but that will be a thing of the past, since the software is now available for iPad users, bringing desktop-class editing tools to a portable form factor. Extremely.
Since the iPad features a touch screen, DaVinci Resolve has been modified and adapted to fit the user interface of the Apple tablet family. This helps make it simpler for countless professionals who were already familiar with the app to get used to the video editing suite for use on a tablet. Additionally, DaVinci Resolve is optimized to work with the Apple Pencil and multi-touch trackpads, including those built into Apple’s Magic Keyboard, which should make things seamless.
To get started, users can import clips from iCloud, local storage, or even use an external USB-C drive if their data is on another computer. For compatibility, DaVinci Resolve recommends that you have iPadOS 16 installed and that you have an iPad with an M1 chip or better. According to these recommendations, the M1 iPad Pro, M1 iPad Air, and M2 iPad Pro lineup will work best with the software.
Recommended for use with the Apple iPad Pro M1 or later models. Earlier iPad models may be limited to HD, and memory limitations may limit some features. DaVinci Resolve projects (drp) and project archives (dra) are fully compatible with DaVinci Resolve 18 on desktop Supported file formats include H.264, H.265, Apple ProRes, and Blackmagic RAW. Supports Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil, as well as Studio and PRO XDR Displays.”
Although DaVinci Resolve is free on the App Store, to unlock all the features you will have to pay $94.99. If you are a creative professional, let us know in the comments what you think is different about the app when you use it for the first time.
News source: DaVinci Resolve