Can someone with a Haswell rMBP 13" try out something?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by gaborg, Nov 6, 2013.

  1. gaborg macrumors newbie

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    I'd be really grateful. I've been thinking about replacing my broken laptop with a Haswell rMBP 13", but I need to use a certain program that is said to be partially incompatible with Intel HD graphics, but may work with the Iris 5100. Can one of you guys download Resolume Arena 4 http://resolume.com/download/ here (it's free and doesn't carry adware or anything).

    The things that I hope will work with the Iris 5100 are the Chroma Key Effect and the Advanced Output, where you can warp the image, like here http://i.imgur.com/3jgbf9n.png and here http://i.imgur.com/SFJ28rc.png.

    My local Apples store wouldn't let my try it out :mad:, I hope one of you guys can.
     
  2. maflynn Moderator

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    The minimum specifics state an integrated card is not compatible

    It looks like any integrated GPU isn't going to work
     
  3. gaborg thread starter macrumors newbie

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    The problem is that the integrated cards didn't have the necessary OpenGL extensions for the two features I listed, but from what I have seen the Iris may. Basic clip triggering works fine on a HD4000. They even state on a website that one should try it on an integrated chipset.
     
  4. judgedeath2 macrumors member

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    everything seemed to work fine here. used the chromakey to do edge blur and Y-axis rotation on layer 3, video preview was very smooth:

    http://i.imgur.com/1GJa56R.png

    13" Haswell rMBP
    2.4 / 8 GB / 128 SSD
     
  5. gaborg thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks so much, man! Have you tried the Advanced Output 3D Warping?
     
  6. judgedeath2 macrumors member

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    I haven't but the app didn't seem to have any issues running anything else. The Iris / Iris Pro GPUs can play basically every recent 3D game, so I think the limitations of prior integrated GPUs are long gone....
     

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