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computer recommendations for 4K or 8K video?

Engaged ,
Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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What windows system parameters could handle this well? IE without freezing, stuttering etc.

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Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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Moved to the Video Hardware forum.

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What video codec are you editing? I am not sure if Alder Lake's Quick Sync or Nvidia's RTX 3000 series Nvenc can process 8K. 

Without Quick Sync support editing BRAW, Pro Res or R3D files an  i9 Alder Lake CPU might be able to edit one layer of 8K at full resolution but a 32 core AMD CPU might let you edit 2 layers of 8K. It would be wise to invest in the RTX 3080 GPU. You might find some YouTube videos of people editing 8K video. 

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I don't know much about codecs.  I export .265 for youtube.

I just don't want to make the kind of mistake I made with my Custom built Rain computer, supposedely able to handle all my photo, audio and video needs.  this was Windows 7 Ultimate. 8core AMD 16G RAM. I spent ~$2500 and I was getting blue screens from the beginning, and then the country went out of business or something as I could no longer get tech help.  I was mainly using for Photoshop CS6 and Cubase 8.5.  Later when I started doing video with PP CS6, it wasn't bad till I did a lot of stabilizing.  At some point the computer wouldn't boot up and a relative got it going again but recommended updates.  The processor was repasted.  I'd be in CS6 and the computer would just reboot.  I added a new video card, bigger power supply, new and doubled RAM and nothing made any difference.  I could still use with PP but then that started rebooting also. Initially I was able to run Photoshop CC but still sudden rebooting occurred.  then I had a problem where it wouldn't even run and could get no help as tech help said there is none for Win 7.  I have been doing since on my Win 10 laptop, but lots of jerkiness with videos when adding stabilization, or freezing and this wasn't even 4K yet.  I am wondering if there is a recommended brand, EG Dell with the capabilities to handle what I want to do, rather than some custom built thing whose components don't seem to work together after a total investment of over $3000. 

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Image stabilization is the Achillies Heel of Premiere Pro. 

Believe it or not some PCs 17 years ago rebooted do to a sloppy fitting CPU power connector. 

As far as custom builds are concerned any computer can have issues (even Apple Computers). Dell, Lenovo, HP and even Puget Systems do not make computer parts. They buy computer parts and assemble them. An of the shelf gaming PC from Best Buy could have the same motherboard as a Dell Desktop computer. It could also have the same M.2 SSD and graphics card. Does it kind of make sense? 

Having said that I would make sure the motherboard has support for Thunderbolt 3 as seen in the video link below. 

https://youtu.be/_nuVsXl70Xk




 

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