Blackmagic’s powerful DaVinci Resolve video editor is coming to iPad

Blackmagic Design is bringing its popular video editing app, DaVinci Resolve, to the iPad and promises support for RAW, cloud collaboration and more, the company says announced on Twitter. It will not be a full version of the PC/Mac app as initially it will only contain the Cut and Color pages. Otherwise, “but it will be similar to the desktop version,” says Blackmagic.

The iPad app supports file formats such as H.264, H.265, Apple ProRes and Blackmagic RAW, with clips available from the “iPad Pro’s internal storage and photo library, externally connected iCloud or USB-C media drives,” he wrote the company on Facebook.

You can also open desktop projects on the iPad version, including shared collaborative projects via Blackmagic Cloud. “This means that DaVinci Resolve for iPad is the same professional tool and code base used in major Hollywood feature films,” Blackmagic said.

Due to the screen size, there are some interface changes such as removing the menu bar. Also, there are no plans to bring the edit page to the iPad version as it is essentially designed for keyboard and mouse use. “This makes it very difficult to move to iPad without changing it in a way that would cause problems for professional editors who rely on the editing page for their work,” the company said. Because of this, the Cut page is getting new features, including “expanded audio support, key framing, split edits, and more.”

The Fusion effects and Fairlight audio tools are also not yet available “because their software code has not yet been revised for the iPad”. However, the company plans to work on these pages and include them in a future release.

DaVinci Resolve is a popular app among professional editors, partly because of its powerful color correction tools – which Engadget put on the list of the best editing apps. In addition, there is a powerful free version of the app and the paid version is only $300 with all future updates free. That’s proven tempting for editors who don’t want to pay a monthly fee to use Adobe’s Premiere, After Effects, and Audition tools.

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