HitFilm, without a doubt.
(a) Your computer is too weak to reasonably run Resolve and (b) HitFilm is much better for editing than Resolve, plus can do a lot of stuff it cannot.
Jackie is right that the additional information is just zeros, but there are still some benefits.
It's debatable how much difference you'll see in grading, and if that difference alone is worth the substantially larger file sizes.
In my experience, you'll see no difference in the quality of your grade.
However, there are other ways in which ProRes does help the grading process—it's much, much easier to render, and can play back better, which can speed up the process and can improve overall stability of the grading program. Counterintuitively, I've often chosen ProRes on weaker computers because it's so much easier on the processor to decode and play back vs. heavily compressed H.264.
ProRes will often "feel" better to grade because of this, and this can easily lead to a stronger grade.
And hard drives are cheap, so if you have the render time, go with ProRes!
Totally disagree. Yeah the idea of a person wildly dancing through a space is similar, but the tone, choreography, direction, and cinematography of this are very different.
To say this is a regurgitation of Weapon of Choice is oversimplifying.
Thanks for responding. Google Play Music is where I listen to everything on Android.
Would love to listen, but nofilmschool won't post this on any other podcasting service.