I do quite a lot of video editing so I tend to use my MacBook Air for that.
My main computing is on an HP Envy though but I would love through time to switch to the iMac but it’s just a bit too pricey for me just now sadly
That’s interesting. I watched some performance videos of it and for standard editing it seemed ok although admittedly slower than the MacBook Pro. I think it throttles it’s self though as a method of heat management.
Yeah, iMovie is a toy pretty much. Can’t run any professional grade plugins on it etc.
I actually prefer video editing on a PC.
I do most of my editing on a desktop using Vegas Pro, which I think is insanely good software and in some ways better than Premiere. Not available on Mac OS though, which is a shame. I’m adept with Premiere as well, but prefer Vegas Pro.
I’m a Photoshop guy though, I’ve been using it for literally 17 years at this point and know it like the back of my hand! I’ve been using Photoshop for so long that I remember when it took 5 minutes for the program to load in like 2001 on a Windows 98 machine
Oh wow , I’ve dabbled with the basics of photoshop in college and liked it. But it’s not something I see myself using at home if only becuase I don’t feel I’d get the value out of it with the amnount I’d use it. Whereas the lower price of pixelmator I do, in fact I got that on sale and it cost me £30
Who knows what Apple might come up with in the future. I mean, they invented the concept of charging cables with crypto chips in them to prevent the phone charging if the cable wasn’t an “approved” one.
The chip is definitely still there; however I’m not sure if they disabled this “protection” in the firmware or if “unauthorized” third-party cable makers have cracked the authentication as I’ve found very shady-looking cables that still managed to charge my iPhone just fine.
In any case it’s the precedent that counts, so Apple-only screens don’t seem too far fetched either.