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    Senior Member Antony Newman's Avatar
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    Resolve with Metal Drivers now works on a MacPro'13 - Fantastic news.

    Not sure if Resolves allows RRX & Metal at the same time (or if only uses the RRX in OpenCL mode?).

    +) With Metal API being used .. does this mean that Apple could develop R3D metal extensions in the Afterburner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misha Engel View Post
    Do they still have engineers?
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    Any idea when FCPX will have this support?
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    Mark Caldwell gives a nice breakdown with a lower horsepower system:

    https://www.mark-caldwell.com/post/r...avinci-resolve
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    This is amazing thanks so much.
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    I can still remember my first month with the original RedRocket. It seemed like magic at the time. Even got the breakout box and used it to drive real time 4K (16 cables IIRC) on a Sony 4K monitor. Then the RR-X of course, still have it in a 5,1 cheese grater that I've kept locked in time on vintage versions of OSX/RCP.

    Shout out to all the hard working coders who have made this possible and to Jarred for keeping OSX/Metal part of the RED ecosystem.

    Cheers - #19
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    Wow - Thats quite a speedup.

    Does this (Metal) go some way to leveling the AMD (non-Cuda) vs Nvidia playing field?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Mark Caldwell gives a nice breakdown with a lower horsepower system:

    https://www.mark-caldwell.com/post/r...avinci-resolve
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    Nice! Will have to see what this does for my 16” MBP...
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    Thanks Jared! My 16" loaded retina could only run 1/4 good 1080p on Gemini ,and now it runs Full Res Premium nicely! Also at Ultra HD it does 1/2 good! Its like a new machine!!!
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    will this work on Mojave or does it require Catalina?
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