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Video Editing Computers.

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by TheMajorgibly, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. Winger94
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    Ho guys I found this post amd i decided to join:

    CPU: Intel i3 4010u 1.70 GHz
    Motherboard: ACER EA50_HW
    RAM: 12gb DDR3
    Graphic Card: Integrated one (Intel HD Graphichs 4400) and dedicated one (AMD Radeon R7 M265 2gb)
    Hard Drive: 500 gb HDD

    Before asking yes i'm using a not-so-good laptop for my let's play videos. I have recently started so this is the pc i can use at the moment and despite the low specs until now i was able to record my videos at 720p 30fps with no lag and recently even at 60 fps with Superhot so i hope it can continue doing his work for now!
     
  2. Jate
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    CPU: Intel i3 6100
    Motherboard: MSI Pro VD Micro ATX lga1511
    RAM: 8 gb ddr4 (g skill rip jaws)
    Graphic Card: PNY Gtx 960 2gb
    Hard Drive: 500 gb HDD & 750 gb HDD

    recently built it this january
     
  3. DAVE_UK
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    CPU: AMD 6 core slightly overclocked to 3.8
    Motherboard: Asus
    RAM: 16gb ddr3
    Graphic Card: GTX 960 4gb
    Hard Drives : 1 x 300gb ssd, 1 x 500gb & 1 x 2Tb sata drives

    Ticks along nicely for gameplay & editing
     
  4. Eric O
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    CPU: AMD FX8320 OC'd to 4.2 Ghz (8core)
    Motherboard: Asus M5A97 LE R2.0
    RAM: 16Gb Hyper X 1866MhzCL10
    Graphics Card: Asus STRIX GTX960 OC 4Gb
    Power Supply: Corsair 750W
    Any Other comments: 240GB PNY SSR (OS & Programs). 1Tb WD Blue HDD. Case - Zalman Z9 Neo. Mouse - Logitch G602. CPU Cooler - Zalman 9900MAX Red LED. 5 port USB 3.0 PCIe card.
     
  5. STAntics
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    Yes Mac! I get some much hate from so many people for owning and using a Mac, but I can genuinely say after editing for over 10 years, Mac is the way forward.
     
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  6. UKHypnotist
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    For the small amount of cash YouTube makes me, I can't justify the expense of a modern Macintosh, seeing as how except for Apple's proprietary mobo chip coding, you are now basically looking at a PC based on a proprietary OS. Same processors as PCs; same graphics cards as PCs.

    I went up to the Apple store in the weeks leading up to my birthday, to see if after configuring a Mac Pro (I will not edit on a laptop any longer; it tends to burn them out rather quickly, and I do both audio and video production), it might be worth it to ask my other half for one as a birthday present.

    The £8,939.00 before VAT price tag quickly changed my mind on that front; that's over half a year's full household income!
     
  7. iTzBryan
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    CPU: Skylake i7 6700K 4.0 (haven't overclocked yet)
    Motherboard: z170a M5
    RAM: 32 GB G.skill ripjaws 2400 DDR4
    Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1070
    Power Supply: Corsair 750W
    Notes: Liquid cooled. Samsung 850 m.2 SSD.

    Editing is beyond a breeze.
     
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  8. TattedGaming
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    CPU: i7-4790k
    Motherboard: Asus z-97/E
    RAM: 16GB DDR3
    Graphics Card: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Windforce
    Power Supply: Corsair CX 600 Watt
    Any Other comments: 2 SSD drives also, one is 120GB and the other is 250GB
     

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