Blackmagic launched DaVinci Resolve for the Apple M1 again in March, shortly after DaVinci Resolve 17 was launched. And whereas Blackmagic’s modifying suite itself was now optimised for the brand new Apple Silicon primarily based machines, not all of its codecs had been – together with Blackmagic RAW.
Blackmagic has now launched an replace with version 2.1 of Blackmagic RAW that gives native Apple Silicone assist, to extra simply incorporate BRAW footage into your Apple M1-based workflow. They’ve additionally added assist for a bunch of Panasonic and Nikon cameras, too.
Blackmagic says they’ve optimised CPU decoding for clips captured by the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 12K with higher Premiere Professional efficiency. The replace additionally provides desktop playback assist for Blackmagic RAW clips captured on the Video Assist 12G HDR monitor recorders when utilizing the Panasonic Lumix S1, S1H and S5 in addition to the Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II mirrorless cameras.
In addition to the standard stability enhancements, Blackmagic says they’ve additionally improved the efficiency of the Blackmagic RAW plugin for Adobe Premiere Professional with the most recent replace, too.
The brand new Blackmagic RAW 2.1 replace is offered for Home windows (Home windows 10) and Linux (CentOS 7.3+) in addition to each Intel and Silicon-based Macs (Catalina or later (10.15) and you may obtain it from the Blackmagic website.