March 22, 2012, 08:20 PM
Most DSLRs typically shoot in a compact, complex format (usually H.264 or AVCHD) that takes up a small amount of space. These compressed formats take more work for your Mac to decode than formats like ProRes 422, in which each frame is completely independent from one another.
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