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Et meme si je ne le conseille pas forcement, un macbook air peut suffire à monter des projets en 4k, en cinema 4K, si si du 4096x2160 sur un macbook air et avec un peu de colorimétrie, c'est
Many viewers have asked how the Macbook Air performs while editing video. I had the same questions so here is a video showing exactly how it performs with FCPX with a few essential applications open.
How To Prepare Video Files for Editing (Apple / Mac) So you've shot a bunch of footage on your GoPro or DSLR camera...now what? Since the H.264 file format used in camera is not designed for editing, you should convert your files into the GoPro/CineForm file format.
We're going to come right out and rule out the MacBook Air and 12in MacBook: these are great computers and you can definitely edit video on them, but they don't have enough storage space, screen
I was using Final Cut Pro 6 for professional video work on my 2008 15" MacBook Pro and upgraded to a 2011 13" i5/4gb/256gb MacBook Air. It was a big upgrade for me at the time. The 13" MBA screen had the same number of pixels, so all my window sizes and desktop arrangement transfered perfectly.
‎Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Camera Control for GoPro. Download Camera Control for GoPro for macOS 10.7 or later and enjoy it on your Mac. App connects and I can control the camera, which is great, but it won't stream video preview to my Macbook Air. Gotta get that fixed folks. Also would
The new 12" Macbook looks awesome but impractical so I reluctantly am setting it aside. I currently own a 13-inch, Mid 2012 Macbook Air with a 2.0GHz Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz) with 4MB shared L3 cache, 8gb of memory and 256GB flash storage. I found I was getting some skipping when playing GoPro videos. GoPro's website states that:
I want to just connect my new gopro session to my mac using USB, which should be quick and easy, plug and play etc. However, when I connect them via USB, the go pro chages but the mac cannot see it, so I cannot import files into Gopro studio.
So I've been getting into editing videos a lot recently, and I've come to realize that my MacBook Air is just not cutting it any longer. I am currently looking at the new (2017) MacBook Pro 13" and wanted to get your thoughts on a couple items. First off, I understand the 15" model is far superior for video editing.
Hi all, I have a gopro and currently use a PC to do the editing. However I want to get an Air for when I travel as it is a lot smaller (and it looks nice :-). I know these aren't as powerfull as the macbook pro, but does anyone have expereicnce editing using the standard apple software on the macbook air?

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