I've been using this set up for over a year and edited countless files, and I've never found performance to be a problem.
Lightworks Free users can now download the 64 bit version, which was previously limited to Pro users.
The Free version now also comes with a 30-day Pro Trial period.
It's barely wider than three of my NEC Spectra Sensor Pro calibration puck.
Simply put, this thing isn't a problem when it comes to space, and if it is then you can mount it to your display to get it out of the way.
The source code release is currently overdue: The Lightworks website FAQ states "Once the Linux and Mac versions are released the source code of Lightworks will become available.
We cannot give a date when this will happen, but announcements and updates will be regularly posted on the Lightworks Forum." who were not successful at developing the company's products.The big gray box on the right is my GTI light box for viewing/comparing prints against my calibrated displays.Notice how tiny the NUC is - it's about as thick as two of my Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Tablet, Medium (PTH651) (review) stacked on top of each other.On , v11.1 stable release was made available for download.A major development in the Pro version is much improved performance of the H.264/AVC codec in MP4 and MOV containers.Lightroom performs well too, but for confidentiality reasons I am not able to provide a good demo.