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Thread: High spec PC based video editing system

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    Default High spec PC based video editing system


    I would like to know people's feedback on a video editing system that I have come across.

    Has anyone else bought from Creative Video?

    It looks like the system for me, what are anyone else's thoughts?


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    Join Date
    Feb 2005


    "It looks like the system for me, what are anyone else's thoughts? "

    I would say how do you expect us to know if its the system for you?

    It's certainly high spec, and if you think its the system for you I would say it must be, you know what u want it for where as I don't have a clue.

    It will just about do anything, its very high spec in every way.
    2 x 21\" HITACHI super contrast monitors.....2 x 200 gig HDD\'s....2 x 512mb dane-elec pc3200.....TV in card (cheap and sh!t!)....3.2 P4 HT....BOARD - ASUS P4C800 - C delux (fsb 800mhz DUAL DDR 400)....GRAPHICS - ATI 256ddr POWERCOLOUR Radeon 9600XT (500mhz/400mhz)....MATROX RT.X100 real time editing card

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    As OnTheWay suggests, it's overkill for most of us on the forums, and I certainly wouldn't pay 7.5k on a PC. I'd also stress that these type of "high end" PCs have a siginificantly larger markup than run if the mill setups. Infact whereas it can work out cheaper to buy a ready built machine than a self build (factoring in support et al), it's almost always the case that any PC over, say 2.5k+ could probably be built a lot cheaper.

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    Aug 2004
    Err - Northamptonshire?


    Ye gods! Put it like this: if you're the kind of guy who buys an X5 for your wife to do the school run in, this is definitely the system you need for editing your holiday videos...
    Premiere Pro, Encore, Photoshop, Ulead VS6, WXP Pro, Core 2 Duo, 2GB, 2 x 250GB SATA3 drives, 2 x 250GB USB 2 external drive, DVD writer, GeForce 7300 GS 256MB

    The biggest fool can ask questions that the wisest man cannot answer...

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    TBH Not wishing to Shame and Name, but creative video are a bit of a pain. I had problems with a friends machine that he bought form them when the mobo went west. It took a lot of hassle and 2 drives from London to Birmimgham to sort it out. Even then the mobo was a second hand one that was put in.

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    Even Alienware look positively good value

    Seriously though, if you want to spend on a computer, go to - they are a little overpriced, but they look really really nice

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    In fact, looking at that, you can get a decent reliable system of a similar spec (3GB instead of 4), but still, it would cost around 4000!

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    Join Date
    Nov 2003


    Jesus. For that money, you could go SMP opteron. Now THAT would fly.
    AMD Athlon 1700 (@2200mhz from 1466 sod the noise!) - 768mb pc3200 - 200GB Maxtor - Pioneer 106 - GF4 Ti4200 - twinhan/visionplus pci dvb-t - random pci analogue tv tuner - A7v600-x (to replace the a7n8x-d that died...) - random 17\" CRT
    Sony STR-DE425 & Eltax c205s;
    xBox w/20GB HDD- executer 2.3b;
    xBox - standard;
    Konica/Minolta dimage z10 w/2x512mb SD;
    iRiver h340;
    A silly amount of Cat-5 and usb cables

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    It's a computer. Not an aeroplane.

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    If it has wings, it could fly...

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