|Apr 9, 2013, 07:25 PM||#1|
Best MacBook Pro for Final Cut Pro X?
I am getting my first mac soon and am wondering if a 13 or 15 inch MacBook Pro would be better for Small Video Editing.
The first Mac I used (which I borrowed from a friend) was an 2007 MacBook Pro with final cut pro x on it and it seemed to work fine as long as I did not try to make a video with sixteen five second clips in a row.
I don't plan on doing anything too heavy like hd videos I am just using this computer for making Anime Music Videos and running small programs like Microsoft Office.
|Apr 16, 2013, 12:23 AM||#2|
15", mainly because you'll appreciate the extra screen space, but also because of the much better GPU and faster processor.
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