Hi There.. I find myself in a tough position. I need to edit a bunch of 2-3 minute music videos on Final Cut Pro X but the machine I have available is a 2014 Macbook Air with only 4gb of RAM and the 1.4 ghz i5 processor. Is this going to work, be slow, or be unusable/crash all the time? I am doing a bunch of effects within these videos -- titles, filters on some of the images, multiple "windows" with different footage in each window running simultaneously. Nothing too crazy, I don't think. So far I've started the first video and it seems to run ok -- I'm just concerned that as the effects start piling up I could get in trouble to the point where the final video won't render or something like that. I don't have a huge amount of experience with video editing (mostly family videos on iMovie) so I don't know what to expect in this situation. Any advice would be appreciated -- well, except the "get a new computer with more RAM advice" -- I already know that would be the best solution. But assuming I'm stuck for now with what I have, will it work okay? And are there any suggestions for making Final Cut run as smooth as possible? Do I need to keep a certain amount of space on my SSD? Should I save my final cut library to an external drive while I"m editing or will that just slow things down more? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!