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The 16" MacBook Pro is a Solid Machine for Video Editing

The 16" MacBook Pro is a Solid Machine for Video Editing

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Many video editors I know rely on a MacBook Pro as their personal, everyday machine, and many video editors I know also have been wanting a lot more from the MacBook Pro over the past few years.

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Many video editors I know rely on a MacBook Pro as their personal, everyday machine, and many video editors I know also have been wanting a lot more from the MacBook Pro over the past few years. We finally received some superior power with the most recent release, but catching up in specs just isn’t enough these days—this is why the 16" MacBook Pro is such a significant release. A new screen, new thermal architecture, new internals, a new battery, and a new keyboard all come together to create the best laptop Apple has ever made.

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Video editing demands a great deal from mobile machines. It isn’t something that can be solved by adding a single new component. Apple seems to have finally realized this with its most recent crop of MacBook Pros. With no unnecessary hardware restrictions, the new 16" comes in configurations with up to an 8-core processor, 64GB RAM, and AMD Radeon Pro 5000M series graphics with up to 8GB GDDR6 VRAM. While we found out that the last generation’s design didn’t quite hold up to the heat during intense applications of constantly running the machine at full power, this new model appears to be the first MacBook Pro that is up to the task of a sustained editing workflow.
We picked up the 2.4GHz Intel® Core™ i9 8-Core model with 32GB RAM and the AMD Radeon Pro 5500M with 8GB GDDR6. Essentially, it’s a realistic choice for most video editing needs and is close to being the top-of-the line machine—though you could opt for 64GB of RAM if you feel you need it.

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