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    Computer for video editing (mainly)

    Computer for work will be used for video editing. Is this okay or where should we upgrade?
    smaller videos and not 4k.

    Ryzen 3 1300x – 3.7GHz Quadcore
    GTX 1050ti 4GB
    ASRock A320m-DGS
    8GB 2400MHz Crucial DDR4
    256GB Intel 540s – M.2 SSD
    1 tb hdd

    Computer for video editing (mainly)
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    What's your total budget, and what software do you plan on using?

    Some software works better with Intel, others work better with the more cores AMD offers.

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    Originally Posted by Smitten View Post
    What's your total budget, and what software do you plan on using?

    Some software works better with Intel, others work better with the more cores AMD offers.
    Budget is around 5-6000 DKR (1000 USD) but remember EU prices, preferebly danish

    We are thinking Pinnacle

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    Seems to work well.

    I'd get the upgrade to the Ryzen 5 1400 if you can fit it in budget. It will provide a measurable performance increase.

    Aside from that, just make sure you install Pinnacle on the SSD and have the videos save to the HDD. It will be great on 720p video and pretty good at 1080p.

    I only played around with it a bit to test it out, but it seems to have good performance with H264 files which is fairly standard.

    Should be a good system for the job!

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    If you edit video in Adobe Premiere Pro, you'd better pay attention on CPU, RAM, and SSD. I don't really think that it works well with CUDA cores from Nvidia GPU.
    I'd suggest the next build:
    1) CPU - Ryzen R5 series (1400 or 1600)
    2) RAM - 2x8Gb kit running at least on 2800 MHz
    3) MB - anything on A320 or B350 (B450 optional) with radiators on VRM
    4) 240-256 GB SSD - not necessary m.2 if we are speaking about fitting the budget
    5) 1 Tb HDD
    6) GPU - 1050 or 1050ti from Nvidia.
    7) PSU - around 450-500W with 80+ certificate.

    I think it's around $1000 according to European prices.

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    Thowans has suggested a great build (imho), however, I'd take a decent intel i5 over ryzen due to my personal bad experience with ryzens.

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    I also have in mind making some upgrade. Thanks for suggestions. I will save these configurations for the future. Hope to build a great machine.

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    Thanks a lot for sharing this service with us, seems really practical !

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    I would also prefer ryzen over intel. very good build by thowans

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    For editing go with AMD, you will need that cores

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    What's your total budget, and what software do you plan on using?

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    If you are working with smaller videos and not 4k, then you may not need to upgrade your computer for video editing. However, video editing can be a resource-intensive task, so you should make sure your computer meets the recommended system requirements for your video editing software.

    Some important factors to consider for video editing include the CPU speed and number of cores, amount of RAM, graphics card, and storage capacity. If your computer does not meet the recommended system requirements, you may experience slower rendering times or even crashes during the editing process.

    If you find that your computer is struggling to handle the demands of video editing, you may want to consider upgrading your hardware. This could include adding more RAM or upgrading to a faster CPU or graphics card. However, the specific upgrades you need will depend on your budget and the specific requirements of your video editing software. There are many other tools available in the market. You can check online.

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    You would have to look at RAM first, depending on the software you will use. Adobe? I'd say 16GB at minimum.
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    Using a computer for video editing with smaller videos, especially if they are not in 4K resolution, is definitely doable. However, the specific requirements for your video editing computer can vary depending on the complexity of your projects and your desired editing speed.

    For smaller videos, a mid-range or even a high-end consumer-grade computer with a decent multicore processor (e.g., Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7), a dedicated graphics card (e.g., NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 or AMD Radeon RX 5700), and 16GB to 32GB of RAM should suffice for basic video editing tasks. Make sure you have ample storage space (SSD for faster performance is preferable) to store your video files and a large enough monitor with good color accuracy for precise editing.
    Last edited by Doxotir; 10-09-2023 at 10:05 AM.

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