Blackmagic goes to the iPad and up to the cloud

Enabling professionals and indies to collaborate in place and across platforms.

Kathleen Maher

2022 has been a big year for Blackmagic’s video tools. Back in April at NAB 2022, the company rolled out Resolve 18 with multi-user collaboration, new AI tools enabling magic mask, voice isolation, and dialog leveling. The new Resolve 18 has further integrated its software tools, including compositing with Fusion and audio tools in Fairlight. The company has been on the march with new capabilities. For many, the biggest news has been cloud support for Resolve workflows, with new hardware accessories including network storage. Fusion 18 also got new proxy generation capabilities to grease the path of content traveling up

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