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Old Nov 5, 2012, 07:17 PM   #1
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Mac Mini , ok for video and photo ?

Hi ,

I was wondering will the new mini be able to work quick and smooth with Aperture 3 (RAW) and FCP X (full Hd) ?

Can the intel graphics 4000 do the job , or better go for a IMac with the better graphics ?

Thx , willem
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Unless you have a Nikon D800, Aperture 3 will likely render raw files in real-time. The HD4000 is pretty potent for such work.

Don't know about video rendering.
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