A few days ago Apple presented us with the new iPad Pro with M2 processor, but in the presentation video Apple hid a new video app from us… It was one of the novelties that most excited the public more focused on video, and that is what we are talking about that in the video we could see the arrival of DaVinci Resolve for iPad. The famous video editor, color grading, and effects finally comes to the iPad to set a trend. We can finally edit video professionally on the iPad. And best of all, it will come with a free version and a paid premium for 95 dollars…
And it seems that we have good news, DaVinci Resolve for iPad will be compatible with all iPads that are updated to iPadOS16 although as usual it will be optimized for the new iPad Pro with M2 processor.
- The grading and editing tab will be optimized for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro screen.
- Supports HDR display on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the M1 chip
- Up to 4x ProRes Ultra HD rendering performance improvement with the M2 chip
- Compatible with DaVinci Resolve 18 project files
- Supports multi-user collaboration via Blackmagic Cloud
- Supports H.264, H.265, ProRes, and Blackmagic RAW media files
- Supports clips from iPad storage, Photo Library, and iCloud
- Import clips from external USB-C drives
- Works with Apple Pencil, Magic Trackpad, Magic Keyboard, and Smart Keyboard Folio
As we mentioned at the beginning of this post, DaVinci Resolve for iPad will come with a free version and a paid version as it is available for other platforms. The premium version will have some extras that in principle would only be focused on the most professional public. As the company’s CEO, Grant Petty, says, “The arrival of DaVinci Resolve for iPad is a revolution for post-production. Customers will have the power of Hollywood post-production tools for editing and color grading literally at their fingertips, creating a whole new generation of creative editors and colorists.” DaVinci Resolve for iPad will arrive later this year.