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iMovie has been upgraded to support 4K video resolution as well as 1080p60 previously only unofficially supported. It imports successfully from Sony XAVC and Panasonic 4K Mp4 The files are copied as is without conversion and can be converted in prores if you have the codec. The high quality output works at around 30 Mbps probably set for youtube optimised streaming. You can increase bitrate to 40 mbps Release notes What's New in Version 10.1 • Create and share movies at stunning 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) on compatible Mac computers (1) • Create and share movies with 1080p HD video at 60 frames per second for smoother, more true-to-life action • Import movies and trailers from iMovie for iOS (version 2.2 and later), so you can start editing on an iOS device and finish on your Mac • Redesigned Media view lets you see more of your library while browsing videos and photos • Projects view makes it easy to find and open your movies and trailers • Tabs in the Browser give you faster access to titles, backgrounds, transitions, and music while editing a movie • Option to hide Browser while editing a movie • 10 additional video filters from iMovie for iOS • View pixel-for-pixel 4K video while editing a movie on iMac with Retina 5K display (1) 4K export requires a Mac from 2011 or later with at least 4 GB RAM. Full-resolution 4K playback is supported on iMac with Retina display and Mac Pro (2013 or later) when connected to a 4K display.
Hey folks, I need some help choosing/configuring a new laptop. I’ve been a PC user for years but I had a chance to use my son's MacBook on our last trip and I think it’s time to make the conversion. I love the Retina display and the whole feeling of an integrated system. I have to tell you that the last time I owned a Mac it had a II in the model number, it’s been a while, so I’m pretty clueless in defining my new laptop. I want a travel machine that will process my 5DMkIII images and video quickly in Lightroom while running Photoshop occasionally. I’m OK with the weight of 13“ Mac Book Pro. Left to my own devices I’m thinking; · 2.6 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 Processor · 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3L RAM; · 256 GB PCIe-based Flash Storage · 13.3-inch IPS Retina Display, 2560-by-1600 resolution Do you guys think that will do the processing I need on trips? I’ll have my I7 quad core machine at home to do any really heavy lifting like video editing. What would you upgrade or balance differently? Cheers, Steve
I bought the wrong battery for my MacBook Pro 15inch. My computer is late 2010, the battery is for Early 2011. It looks like it is the absolute same battery, just with a very slightly different connector. Thank you Apple. This is for: MacBook Pro 15" Model Early 2011- i7 MB985LL/A MB986J/A Anyone interested in this replacement battery? I'm open for any reasonable price offer or I'm also willing to swap for fast SD Cards or other similar useful camera gear. Item is in Malaysia right now, will ship by registered parcel economic air. Battery replacement instructions you can find at ifxit.com.