Does VMware Workstation Pro do a better job with hardware acceleration when run on Linux or Windows? Are these restrictions put in place by Apple based on the hardware or OS?The only major virtualization limitation I've run up against is that macOS guests can't support GPU hardware acceleration due to restrictions put in place by Apple. This precludes applications that require acceleration, like games and Final Cut Pro.
So, on a Mac with a VM, is Final Cut Pro X completely unusable? Will the VM only access the integrated graphics and not the discrete graphics? I wonder if 1080p would be possible or 720p (I don't do 4k). Of course, even with 1080p, you can create proxy media to speed up editing a single clip, multiclip, or even 4k.
Has anyone tried Logic X in a VM? I wonder how that would do.