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Talking M1 Pro/Max MacBooks with Apple! 23 Oct 2021 11:41 #116924

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New MacBook Pros, Final Cut Pro updates and Apple staff on a podcast! Doesn't happen often, worth a watch.

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Talking M1 Pro/Max MacBooks with Apple! 23 Oct 2021 12:29 #116925

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It is very rare I actually edit with ProRes, and when I do, I never have issues, so don't understand why ProRes needs a hardware encoder. I've done ProRes multicams without issues. I don't get it.

I use a Mojave MA-200 for my voice work. I highly doubt built-in mics will match that.

When I get $5K to spend, I may get one.

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Talking M1 Pro/Max MacBooks with Apple! 25 Jan 2023 08:59 #123817

Hello.
Im really doubting what to do and dont want to make the same mistake i made with buying the M1 mac mini.
Im intoo video filming. Mostly with my iphone's. When i stick with 1080P on the mac mini, no problems at all.
But soon when i switch to 4K HDR/DolbyVision or pro res this becomes nearly impossible. The mac mini get's so slow and after a while all i get is the wheel of dead and need to use the "forced stop".
Now i am doubting between the macmini M2 pro or the mac studio. I searched on youtube, google, but i cant get a clear advice.
Anyone that can help me?

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