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    Aug 15, 2007
    Editing on a Macbook Pro... good idea?
    Anyone have thoughts on working on a new intel 17" Macbook Pro with 4 gigs of ram, 160 gig HD and 7200 rpm processor?

    I am hoping/planning on moving from an older G5 tower to a more mobile situation.
    What are the upsides and downsides?

    I will be using Premiere Pro, After Effects, Maya and Photoshop.
    Most of my work is short format under 5 minute pieces but maybe a possible longer piece here and there. All for DVD and web delivery.



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    Sep 22, 2006
    Pinole, CA
    15" Mac Book Pro 2.4ghz 6gb Ram 320gb HD - G5 2x2.0ghz- 23" Apple Display - 2 Sony FX1s
    O yea, don't even worry about it, this is the only portable choice for a editor, this or the 15". I myself will be upgrading from my powerbook to this. Your specs are on the right track for a worry free editing life. You will love it.
    Final Cut Studio 3

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    Member Since
    Aug 15, 2007
    Great Thanks! How did they get so much power into a thin little device?!

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