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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by Cagle, Jun 21, 2011.
anyone tried it on a top of the line MBA 11" yet?
does this really exist "final cut pro X". I know "final cut pro" as part of "final cut studio" and I know "final cut express" but "Final cut pro express" seems odd to me !!!!!
I assume it's a nightmare to work with on an 11 inch screen.
It's on the front page of the App Store. "Final Cut Pro X"
Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Air 11"
I'm hoping someone can report success or disaster on this question as well. Crazy as it sounds I do a fair amount of video editing on my maxed-out MBA, albeit iPhone 4 HD clips in iMovie. I know FCP is a huge app, but was hoping the optimized code in FCPX would offset some of that.
Well it meets the requirements in RAM, screen resolution, and video card.
Might be fine for editing iPhone 4 quality HD video, but I would guess anything higher bit rate than that may be a bit slow.
Ok I read it but does it support 6, 8 or 12 cores Mac pro's !!!!
Yes. It's 64-bit and uses all the RAM and cores you throw at it.
As for the Macbook Air, it'll most likely run fine. You'll just be limited in terms of effects-heavy stuff, encoding, and screen estate.
Final Cut Pro X, 11" Ultimate Air with external screen
Well in theory it should work....
any one tried yet??
OP didn't mention it, and people have justified doing crazier things.
I've tried out the 13" - not bad for what the MBA is.
Video on it here
Does FCP (without the X) also use aal the 6, 8 and 12 core Mac pros when needed ?
Is that really the new FCP X interface shown in the video? It looks so consumer not like my FCP version that came with FCS HD !!!
I believe that answer is no. That's one of the things that makes FCPX so nice.
Great that was the reason for not to buy a Mac pro yet. So if FCPX supports it that is good news and I have a good aliby to buy a new MAC