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Hi fellows,

my early 2011 13' Macbook Pro is getting tires after countless hours of video editing. I'm thinking about the new 13 inches Macbook Pro 2015 with maxed out specs. I know it will do fine with 1080p, but how would it perform with 4k video?

I mainly edit short films, 1080p and maybe 2k or 4k with pretty heavy codecs in the future (footage from RED and Alexa)

Should I be able to edit 2k and 4k without the quad core processor and the double graphic card? I work with an Apple Thunderbolt display.

Please check out the screenshot to see the maxed out configuration for the model I wanna buy.

Thanks,
Pietro
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Pietro created a new topic ' Morph Effect Transition for FCPX?' in the forum. 6 years ago

Hi there,

I was wondering if there is any morph effect transition for FCPX, I've only found options for the older versions.
I'd like to use it to disguise some cuts in an interview.

Thank you!
Pietro
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I'm working on a Behind The Scenes documentary about the production of a feature film. I have tons of clips, almost 3TB of 1080p material. Loading all those events in one time was really heavy on my MacBook, Apple suggested to split it into many events, it ended up being about 20 events with an average of more than 500 clips in each event. My projects using clips from multiple events. I used to use Event Manager X to only load the events I needed in order to keep the process as light as possible. Now, with the new system, how heavy would it be for my MacBook to have just one library with all the events? Would it be the same as opening all the events at once? Because that takes a lot of time and it's heavy on my system. What would you recommend for a situation like mine? (buying a new MacPro is not an option now hehe..)
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I'm working on a Behind The Scenes documentary about the production of a feature film. I have tons of clips, almost 3TB of 1080p material. Loading all those events in one time was really heavy on my MacBook, Apple suggested to split it into many events, it ended up being about 20 events with an average of more than 500 clips in each event. My projects using clips from multiple events. I used to use Event Manager X to only load the events I needed in order to keep the process as light as possible. Now, with the new system, how heavy would it be for my MacBook to have just one library with all the events? Would it be the same as opening all the events at once? Because that takes a lot of time and it's heavy on my system. What would you recommend for a situation like mine? (buying a new MacPro is not an option now hehe..)
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