Latest post Sun, Dec 11 2022 10:18 PM by Philip Kapadia. 1 replies.
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  • Mon, Dec 5 2022 1:45 AM

    Media Composer on Apple Silicon Moving Forward

    Longtome user, rare poster.

    I'm looking to move to a Mac Studio after I finish my current project.  I'm on a 2009 cheesegrater that I've upgraded a lot over the years,  My 4k broadcast documentary and corporate projects have measured delivery times so long rendertimes have not been a problem for me, but it's time to upgrade.  As soon as the latest Mac OS is qualified, I'm going to make a move.  I'm excited to try the new interface, and all of the new features that keep bubbling up.  As part of my research, I ran accross this video on youtube.  It's long and pedantic, but offers a lot of keen insite on running media composer on a mac without quicktime, which is one of the reasons I've coddled my old system for so long.  For those wanting to run Media Composer on the Mac, I think it's a good watch.


    MC 8.8.5 Black Magic decklink mini monitor MacPro 2 x 2.93 Quad Core 64GB RAM OS 10.6.8 Quicktime 7.6.6 Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 4GB ram ATTO R380... [view my complete system specs]
  • Sun, Dec 11 2022 10:18 PM In reply to

    Re: Media Composer on Apple Silicon Moving Forward

    Hi there, 

    How are you exporting your timeline? Could you be using the legacy quicktime engine that takes ages? How about an OP1A export and transcode with FFMPEG or Media Encoder?


    Editing Movie Magic.

    My Equipment & System Specs

    Media Composer Ultimate 2022.7 | Pro Tools Studio 2022.7 | Avid Play | Sibelius Artist 2022.7

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