|Dec 28, 2009, 05:28 PM||#1|
mbp is no fire during long and capture in final cut
I have a macBook Pro 13 with
2.53 GHz 4bgs of ram and 320gb hd
(hey its all i could afford)
im running final cut pro 6 on it and i have the temperature monitor on it and i notice during a long and capture my temp. reaches 90+ Celsius :eek.
In my opinion i would say thats way too hot for any machine to run.
My question is whats the max temp the mbp can take?
and is there anything i can do to keep her cool?
|Dec 28, 2009, 05:50 PM||#2|
You can use FanControl to set your own rules, for instance, when the temperature rise above 60°C the fan has to spin with at least 3500rpm, and so forth.
The maximum temperature those modern CPUs can take is about 110/120°C.
What kind of footage are you capturing by the way? SD or HD? In if HD, is it highly compressed like AVCHD footage? That would explain the temperature.
|Dec 28, 2009, 07:04 PM||#3|
and sorry all the typos on it
im capturing dv tape not
thank you so much helps alot
|Dec 28, 2009, 07:12 PM||#4|
90°C is a little bit hot for capturing DV encoded video.
Maybe have a look at Activity Monitor (Show All Processes should be selected) and see what process uses those CPU cycles.
Are you capturing to an external drive?
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