Introduction to Building a VIDEO EDITING COMPUTER in 2018



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– Learn the basics of computer hardware to build your own PC for video editing in 4K resolutions. See how to get the best performance for you budget in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, resolve, Sony Vegas and more.

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48 thoughts on “Introduction to Building a VIDEO EDITING COMPUTER in 2018

  1. Hey guys, I see there're mixed comments about this video. First of all, I appologize that I might have send a wrong message. I'll take this with me as feedback for the next video. Like mentioned in the video, MSI sponsored this video. However I would not suggest to blindly follow the spec list. See this video as an introduction to building a PC for video editing. But make sure to do more research and talk to experts after this video if you are seriously considering buying a new PC.

  2. Ram is more important than gpu. Because the photoshop brushes uses the ram to work properly among other things.

    It should be this.
    1. Cpu, 2. Mother board, 3. storage sdd or nvme and suggest getting a ssd or nvme for scratch disking look on photoshop to learn how to do it or look on youtube and or on websites that discribe this important feature, 4. ram 5. case, 6. power supples, 7. Gpu…. acutally you should be thinking about monitor, keyboard, mic, mouse, even before the gpu.

    You saying hard disk is a good option is beyond wrong. They are the worst to suggest. NO ONE should ever have harddisk unless you a video maker that makes thousands of videos or a game hoarder nerd. Otherwise….. NO.

  3. I use the premiere pro cc 2019. The problem is that the work is very slow. How fast ?
    my pc configuration -i3 8100,(ddr 4) 4gp ram,asus gt 710 graphics card,m2 ssd . sir plz reply

  4. @cinecom.net Hai, I really like your explanation. Can you please help me to build a pc. I am graphic designer, I want to use Photoshop, illustrator, after effects, premier pro, all are cc 2019 version and 3ds max, Vegas Pro and some gaming like FIFA and PES.

  5. Hey i need a pc for adobe animate/flash i dont have a lot of money i have 1000 dollars greetings from argentina

  6. Hi +Cinecom.net
    I am considering upgrading my hardware for video editing. Right now I am editing mostly Full HD (1080p), but I would like to be able to edit 4K too, as I often edit videos from a friends 4K camera. I don't do tough, advanced editing, it's simply for my own small projects. I am planning on doing bigger productions too, though, like short films and music videos. My current specs are:

    GPU: Geforce GTX 960

    CPU: i5-6402P 2.80GHz

    Ram: 32GB

    I am noticing some lagging/stuttering in playback, sometimes my computer freezes for a couple of seconds after having performed an action just a little bit more "advanced" than a cut. Sometimes, the software even crashes. I use DaVinci Resolve 15.

    What would you recommend? I've been looking at the GTX 1060 4/6gb, but I don't know if I should choose to upgrade my CPU instead, considering my specific specs…

    Thanks in advance!

    Tobias

  7. Now this is a video I needed 2 years ago, thanks for helping out as I should be upgrading soon..

    Can you make one like this for a editing laptop?

  8. Haha literally everything I search for help with regarding video, you guys pop up, thumbs up – yet another helpful video from you guys

  9. Great video. My PC is a very similar build. When exporting on Premiere Pro, my CPU usage is 50-100%, but my GPU (1080ti) useage is 20% max (with GPU acceleration allowed).. is that normal?

  10. Is 7 120mm fans
    A 12 i9-7940x
    2x titan xp sli
    2tb samsung ssd in rade
    10tb harddrive with optane
    850i platinum psu
    64gb ram 3200mhz

  11. Tied of MSI carp they are flooding YouTube with so-called vendor neutral best platform for Windows video editing. I personally suggest conducting a fair non vendor review and request possibly a retailer I.e. MicroCenter, Best buy to furnish you the items to test.

  12. Hi. I currently want to invest on 4K editing computer and the store is offering me ASUS TUF X299 Mark 2 motherboard and I personally needed an MSI X299 SLI PLUS LGA 2066 USB3.1. Is there much of a difference?

  13. Would you happen to know if audio programs would also benefit more from having a cpu with more cores as opposed to have a higher clock speed? I'm comparing an i9 9900k with an i9 9800x for example. Thank you.

  14. I work with a i5 processor with 4 cores. 8Gb RAM.The problem with my system is it has Integrated graphics Intel UHD620. Ans hence there is color processing issue in pr. Although pr runs good with memory playback engine software only. There are some transissions and effects which can't be applied with out GPU acceleration.
    What can I work out to make it alright. ?

  15. Please tell me what's your opinion on Apple iMac 27 inch with intel core i5 3.4 GHz quad core with 5K display. Is it fine for video editing?

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