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MacBook Pro - Will macbook pro 2.2GHz handle HD video editing with FCP?


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hey guys,

Can anyone tell me if a 2.2Ghz macbook pro handles HD video editing with final cut pro? thanks,

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I don't have the $ to buy a muscle g5, so I just purchased some ram and a new hardrive to max up my macbookpro.... 6gbRAM and 500gb harddrive @ 72000rpm... form https://eshop.macsales.com/

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I already have a (G-Tech G-DRIVE Q - Hard drive - 1 TB - external - FireWire / FireWire 800 / Hi-Speed USB / eSATA - 7200 rpm - titanium) , and that's where I'll be working and saving al my fcp7 files...I hope it'll be enough since I'm just working with about 30 min of HD video... Can anyone confirm....
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For video editing, I found the factors for performance was graphics card and RAM. 4GB or more should be more than adequate. Graphics card should be dedicated (Geforce 8600, 9600, etc.) but I have read the 9400M handles FCP well. Also, hard drive space will be vital, especially with HD content. A small project can go well into the 100GB.

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