Hello, I have some very lengthy videos, around 2-6 hours. They usually take a about the same amount of hours to encode. Do you guys see if there are any issues doing this on a laptop? I would really prefer to use FCPX as my entire workflow is on that program. My 2010 Mac Pro has become WAY TOO SLOW for encoding lately (even with a GTX 980). Even my 2013 MacBook Pro beats it in the time it takes to encode. I do not want to kill my 2016 MacBook Pro by moving my workflow to that system. And I really REALLY do not want to return the laptop and get the 2013 Mac Pro if I do not have to (even though it is still probably the best for FCPX, it will end up costing more to match the specs of the 2016 MacBook Pro I have). I did this a few times on my 2013 MacBook Pro and it still seems to be okay. I know the newer laptops have better heat management so it probably will not get as hot. Do you guys think this will be an issue? Thanks!