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I have a new X-T4 w. an 18-55mm lens.
I’ve just started shooting video at 4K, 60p, 400 Mbps
When I upload the stills and video by putting the SD card in my MacBook Pro then load the video files in Final Cut Pro, or even watch them in QuickTime player……. 3-4 videos are all choppy and jerky.
The MacBook Pro has a 2.5 GHz Quad Core processor; 16GB of memory; a NVIDIA GeForce 2GB graphics card, and I’m running Mac OS 10.15.7
I have 211 GB available disc space.
Yet, when I view the footage the X-T4 LCD, it’s flawless, even the sound recorded.
What am I doing wrong? Should I be recording at a lesser bitrate and fps?
Thanks for any help!
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