Zarxrax wrote:Today I have a 2.7ghz quad-core machine with 4gb of ram, and it struggles with premiere pro and after effects.
DOKTOP KPbI/\OB wrote:However yea, if you're doing AE or any other sort of technically-complex stuff, you're looking at a much higher entry price.
leahzero wrote:Quad core makes a HUGE difference for video rendering speed, as well as ripping DVDs, encoding files, and anything else that relies on pure CPU power.
trythil wrote:After Effects' rendering engine can take advantage of multiple cores and machines.
trythil wrote:Not unless the processes you're performing are parallelized, of course.
gazzarix83 wrote:i am looking to start creating my self and i would like to ask the following: would my single 2.4ghz cpu with 512 ram make the cut?
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