27 May Capture One announces native M1 support, promises significant performance improvements

Source: DP Review

Add another high-end photo editing application to the list for Apple M1 Macs. Capture One has announced that Capture One 21 is now ready for Apple Silicon. A new update, available now, allows the popular editor to run natively on the M1 chip.

When Apple announced its silicon and the new M1 Macs, which currently comprise MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac mini and iMac models, Apple remarked how simple it was for software to be ported from Intel to Apple’s silicon. It was a far deal more complicated for some software, such as Capture One.

Capture One says that given the power of Apple’s M1 chip, and the ‘seismic shift’ the new technology represented, it was time to ‘completely rethink’ its software. To get Capture One running natively on M1 Macs and for it to take full advantage of the hardware, Capture One had to go further than ever before.

Capture One had to be rearchitected from the ground up. Today’s update a fundamental redesign of the software and one that Capture One believes is well-positioned for the future. As Capture One writes, ‘the future looks fast.’ Capture One on an M1-powered Mac has many impressive performance improvements. The new Advanced Imported is 50% quicker. Key tools such as Crop and Rotate are twice as fast. Making local edits with brushes and using Style Brushes is smoother than ever.

With the recent release of a redesigned M1-powered iMac, Apple’s lineup

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