...so i send one email last week to BM and i got a reply from Stefan, Technical Sales Engineer firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your email.
We are currently around 4 to 6 weeks away from the release of the Resolve for Mac software.
As such, we have not yet posted any final system specifications for Resolve for Mac as these are still subject to change.
Resolve for Mac will require an Intel 8 Core Mac Pro, and specific NVIDIA GPU cards (for the moment GTX285 or FX4800, subject to change),
as Resolve is a GPU based processing system.
Without the correct GPU configuration, the performance of the software will be severely limited.
Resolve for Mac can work with SD, HD, 2K and 4K video, however the real time
performance is mostly for HD work. There are no limits on the Mac system
when compared to the Linux system in terms of features or tools, apart from
stereo 3D support.
At this time, Resolve for Mac is offering around 10 to 12 nodes of
correction for HD in real time, while in 2K it is offering around 4 to 5
There is native support for RED files, and you can use these in half,
quarter, eighth resolution proxies for real time performance while working,
which is especially useful when starting with 4K video.
This is still considerable performance when working with 2K uncompressed
video, and is comparable to the basic 1 GPU Linux system. The advantage of a
Linux based system is that you can scale the performance of the system as
you wish, while a Mac system is limited to 1 GPU.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information.
Best Regards from Germany,
Here the answers to your questions.
External Matte Support
1.Resolve supports the ability to add unlimited external Mattes within a Clip. These external Mattes must be linked with the associated image within the Browse Page's Media Pool.
2.Resolve support 1D,2D,3D LUTs on Input/Output/Monitor from either Cinespace or Arri.
Thanks for posting that email! I can't wait to take it for a spin!
sorry, can't help myself.... Hackintosh is the only way forward, more slots, more power, dual boot Linux
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