DaVinci Resolve for iPad

Post-production tools for a new generation.

Karen Moltenbrey

DaVinci Resolve for iPad. (Source: Blackmagic Design) Da Vinci Resolve, as it was initially called by its developer, da Vinci Systems, was video editing and color grading software released in 2004. Acquired by the industrious Blackmagic Design in 2009, DaVinci Resolve, as it is now called, has undergone many changes and updates under the new ownership. Initially, there were three versions (for DI, VFX, and 2K processing) with dedicated hardware controllers, and each carried a hefty price tag. Then came the new software macOS version to accompany the Linux version, and later followed the Windows version—all with massive reductions in

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