Testing the 2020 MacBook Air with 4K Canon 10-bit, HDR, HEVC & More!
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In this video, I talk about the new 2020 13″ MacBook Air with M1 Apple Silicon and test out 4K video editing in Final Cut Pro 1.15 . I also test out Geekbench 5 and Metal compute, video editing with Bruce X, 4K stabilization, h.264 and h.265 HEVC and how these will do editing Canon R5 10-Bit 4:2:2 422 C-Log footage that’s also in the Canon R6 and C70, c300 mkii, and more cameras.
I will test ProRES and ProRes RAW, Blackmagic RAW and other raw such as Canon Cinema RAW Lite, Red .R3D and more with metal graphics decoding in my next video about the 2020 MacBook Pro with M1 Apple Silicon.
Introduction – 00:00
GeekBench 5 CPU 00:50
GeekBench 5 Metal – 01:34
Cinebench R23 – 02:08
Thermal Throttling – 02:34
Bruce X FCX 10.15 – 03:12
MacBook Pro Killer? – 04:00
4K Stabilization – 05:36
4K H.264 Editing – 06:23
Temps and Overheating – 07:02
HEVC HDR Editing – 09:03
Canon R5 10-Bit 4K30 – 09:52
10-Bit 422 4K 60FPS – 11:12
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