Apple has moved from Intel to their new in-house Apple Silicon ARM processors. Sounds great, but can it run pro apps?
In these videos from the Learn Color Grading channel, we’ll find out…
And what about color?
Or what about 8K video?
Pretty impressive for a new chip on Apple’s entry level models.
I bought a MacBook Pro with 16gb RAM and have noticed it runs Resolve quite nicely, even with some complex tasks I didn’t expect to perform too quickly.
While these are not replacements for pro workstations, this bodes well for the power we may see in later and pro models.
Have you tried running Resolve on your new M1-powered machine? What did you think?
Gedaly is the Managing Editor of DVresolve.com. He is a professional editor, having cut national commercials for major companies, and does color & VFX for indie films at Mask & Feather. He’s also a filmmaker, writing and directing shorts & features. Gedaly is the co-founder of Working.Actor and former marketing strategist for large brands.