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    I just got my M1 MacBook Pro... I have to say, so far it's stupid fast and really impressive.

    Final Cut and Resolve fly. The battery life is also hard to believe.

    Aside from dropping two ports... which I don't love... there's really nothing I miss out of my 2019 Intel MBP. After selling off the 2019, this machine will cost me like $200.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbregar View Post
    I just got my M1 MacBook Pro... I have to say, so far it's stupid fast and really impressive.

    Final Cut and Resolve fly. The battery life is also hard to believe.

    Aside from dropping two ports... which I don't love... there's really nothing I miss out of my 2019 Intel MBP. After selling off the 2019, this machine will cost me like $200.
    Good feedback JB. I think I will hold out for the MBP 16" version, but this is encouraging news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamerlin View Post
    The PC market has been following the camera market, frankly. For the most part, it's been held up by the gaming industry, which is about to get turned on its head when the newest gaming consoles promise (and appear to deliver) 4K gaming.

    I wrote elsewhere that even if the Big Navi fell flat on its face, AMD would still win because of those consoles, since both consoles are based on custom AMD APUs with ray tracing accelerator hardware built in. Realtime 4K makes a $3000 PC kind of redundant in the face of a $600 console.
    People have been screaming "PC is doomed" for every new console generation for almost decades. And the consoles will settle for unstable 30 frames per second in 4K, because bling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascal_Parvex View Post
    People have been screaming "PC is doomed" for every new console generation for almost decades. And the consoles will settle for unstable 30 frames per second in 4K, because bling.
    This is true. Also despite the Mac fanboys I have seen people saying they are moving from Intel Mac to PC's because they are fed up with Apple.
    A lot of people who looked at the new Mac Pro pricing went to PC's.

    So the jury is out for a while.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMedia View Post
    This is true. Also despite the Mac fanboys I have seen people saying they are moving from Intel Mac to PC's because they are fed up with Apple.
    A lot of people who looked at the new Mac Pro pricing went to PC's.

    So the jury is out for a while.
    Like myself, I think there is also a sizable audience who use both platforms. We use our 2018 and 2020 iMacs for editing with FCP X and Resolve
    and we use our custom hot rod PCs for live streaming using vMix Live and Call. Both platforms have their advantages and disadvantages.

    I am looking forward to comparing my recent $10k PC build with the Intel i9 10990 and the NVidia Quadro RTX6000 against the new M1 Macs with Resolve. I doubt if Resolve has
    been re-compiled for the new M1 chipset yet which means it will run under Rosetta 2? Wonder which system will crunch through renders fastest? Obviously FCP X flies with the
    new chipset, which will be interesting to experience as well.
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    I am looking forward to comparing my recent $10k PC build with the Intel i9 10990 and the NVidia Quadro RTX6000 against the new M1 Macs with Resolve. I doubt if Resolve has been re-compiled for the new M1 chipset yet which means it will run under Rosetta 2? Wonder which system will crunch through renders fastest? Obviously FCP X flies with the new chipset, which will be interesting to experience as well.


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