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I think you should try CC-Search, however use this wisely as some sites that are linked, do not always upload non-copyright footage, though you should be good for the most part.
I know for a fact GoPro gets its music from extrememusic.com, and I personally use Night3x from youtube for electronic music, and RFGB for orchestral music. AudioJungle offers some great services to. Another source is CC-Mixter, straight from the creative commons, but I myself do not think that the library present is too good. If you are looking for audio ...
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This sounds like an opinion-based "list" question, so it will probably get blocked in a while. But for now I can say I've used AudioMicro.com and like a lot of their music. I hear good things about incompetech.com. You can also just Google "royalty-free music sites" and you'll find several, each with different terms and prices.
I've never used GoPro Studio, but there's no reason you should have to export out the sub-clips individually to use them in your timeline. It may make sense for you to do that if you want to send the individual files to other editors, but even then, you could just send the raw footage with the project file. Another reason could be if you only wanted to work ...
Short answer: Yes. This machine is sufficient in all aspects. You will certainly benefit from the i7-CPU and the additional SSD, the available RAM. Also you'll have access to graphic acceleration using the CUDA technology of the NVIDIA GPU, which will greatly reduce the time required for rendering.
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