Common video editing task, I do this all the time, and part of what's causing me to move on from my beloved 2010 17" MBP is that anything with HD video just takes forever. This vlogger imports a ~6 minute 1080p video clip from a camera, and then times the h.264 single pass export. Spectre is an i7 with 16 gigs of RAM - out-specs the 13" MBP non-touchbar by a mile. Running Premiere, the h.264 export took almost nine minutes. MBP knocked it out in ONE MINUTE 23 SECONDS, running FCP X. Some of this is the hardware, and some is how optimized FCP X is, but... it's hard to argue how 'Pro' your Windows/Premiere rig is when it takes 7x longer to do a several-times-a-day task like transcoding/export. He also shows off the MBP's faster SSD by duplicating a 26GB file on both machines. 1'24" for the HP, only 36 seconds on the MBP. 2.5x faster?