MacBook performance.

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Mac-lover3, Jun 25, 2017.

  1. Mac-lover3 macrumors 6502

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    Yesterday I came across this video and damn I was stunned but like completely..
     
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  3. Mac-lover3 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    4K & 8K videos edited and exported in Final Cut Pro X.
     
  4. EugW macrumors 601

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    Again, not very helpful info.
     
  5. Graham Perks macrumors member

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    At this point you should go and look up what 4K video is. This is quite impressive stuff and (I presume) is a differentiator vs the 2016 MacBook without Kaby Lake's video support.
     
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    Slightly off-topic but how do you create a blank space between apps in the dock like that?
     
  7. EugW, Jun 25, 2017
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    Errr.. The point is we don't actually know the specs of the videos edited, aside from the resolution.

    It should also be noted that Kaby Lake's new hardware video support probably applies to none of these videos, as there is currently no support for it in macOS. The support is only available in High Sierra.

    EDIT:

    So the 1st 4K video is from a Galaxy S6, probably 2160p30 h.264. So hardly surprising. Indeed, the guys said the 2016 MacBook handled 4K fine too, which I assume is the same type of 2160p30 h.264.
     
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