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I am a student and use my macbook everyday for school. But I also have started making YouTube videos and my old 2015 macbook is not able to run final cut, so I am in the process of getting a new macbook pro.
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For final cut, what is the best option? Since I'm a student I want to spend as little money as possible. Would the 13 inch macbook pro with 16 gb of memory be sufficient enough? I don't plan on making many videos over fifteen minutes and I can always get an external hard drive if I need it later.
From the forums I've read already it seems like the 16gb upgrade from 8gb will be the most beneficial upgrade from a final cut pro x standpoint. So am I right about this or is there something I'm missing?
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch,Early 2015)
Posted on Nov 15, 2018 7:24 AM