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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Pwolf » Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:50 pm

Bauzi wrote:
The first few years I was editing was mostly on a 600mhz Intel P3 laptop with ~300mb of ram and 20gb of storage. You kids these days have it easy :P

I spent my first 5 years editing on a 266Mhz machine.


hehe, my first desktop was a 266mhz. made my first few videos on that until I got the laptop. Those were the days :P
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Kyotachi » Mon Apr 18, 2011 10:12 am

ngsilver wrote:Actually, i've edited on my laptop before. Heck, the laptop I have now is leaps and bounds better then the first PC I ever edited with (166mhz P1 MMX with 32megs ram)

So yeah, it can be done. Just... slow....


it would be still more comfortable to edit with a Desktop Computer

in my case ...I could never really focus on editing when I'm on my laptop ...
in my opinion...laptops are not meant for editing period XD

I'll post my silly ..unworthy..crappy rig when I have the time :uhoh:
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Bauzi » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:10 pm

Kyotachi wrote:it would be still more comfortable to edit with a Desktop Computer

I can agree on that.

in my case ...I could never really focus on editing when I'm on my laptop ...
in my opinion...laptops are not meant for editing period XD

When I have work to do, I hook my laptop up to my 26" monitor and add a wireless keyboard and mouse. So it's somehow like a desktop computer.
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Kyotachi » Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:55 am

Bauzi wrote:
in my case ...I could never really focus on editing when I'm on my laptop ...
in my opinion...laptops are not meant for editing period XD

When I have work to do, I hook my laptop up to my 26" monitor and add a wireless keyboard and mouse. So it's somehow like a desktop computer.


True that but still...it doesn't feel appropriate with a laptop...either way :P
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Statz » Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:23 am

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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Athena » Sat Apr 23, 2011 1:43 am

That is a smexy notepad, Statz.
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Statz » Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:48 pm

Kionon wrote:That is a smexy notepad, Statz.


Thanks, its taken a while for me to get a hold of some decent equipment like that.
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Lithion » Sat Apr 23, 2011 6:35 pm

too expensive for my taste i like to stick to the basics
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Statz » Thu Apr 28, 2011 3:53 pm

I think that rig is better than mine...
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Athena » Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:35 pm

This is a timeline as shown on one of Vlad's earliest rigs:

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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Castor Troy » Fri Apr 29, 2011 12:22 pm

Kionon wrote:This is a timeline as shown on one of Vlad's earliest rigs:

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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby hasteroth » Fri Apr 29, 2011 1:06 pm

Kyotachi wrote:No offense to all those laptop editors
but there is no freakin way you could actually edit with a laptop unless....unless....hmmm
you have super ultra extreme liquid cooler...that freezes your computer :nose:

My old laptop crashed right at the start when vegas tried to open :rofl:
and yes it had enough RAM to handle the pressure @ Windows XP..FTW!! :awesome:


I do all my editing on a laptop and it's just using the stock cooling :/

Your laptop just sucks.
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby hasteroth » Fri Apr 29, 2011 1:10 pm

also no fucking edit button but. Dude my laptop is far better than any desktop I've ever owned. And my desktop isn't like an old 266mHz or somehit. No it's a 2.3Ghz AMD Athlon X2 processor with 3GB of RAM. My laptop is a 2.53 GHz i5 with 4GB of RAM. And trust me, specs aside, the desktop is slow as a bitch to edit on. This laptop is smooth and fast like a dream. I can directly import avs scripts (without too much filtering) of 1080p footage into Premiere and edit with next to no lag at all on this laptop, it's awesome.
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Kyotachi » Fri Apr 29, 2011 2:21 pm

hasteroth wrote:also no fucking edit button but. Dude my laptop is far better than any desktop I've ever owned. And my desktop isn't like an old 266mHz or somehit. No it's a 2.3Ghz AMD Athlon X2 processor with 3GB of RAM. My laptop is a 2.53 GHz i5 with 4GB of RAM. And trust me, specs aside, the desktop is slow as a bitch to edit on. This laptop is smooth and fast like a dream. I can directly import avs scripts (without too much filtering) of 1080p footage into Premiere and edit with next to no lag at all on this laptop, it's awesome.


shit man....no idea what kind of laptop you have but my laptop died like about 2 years ago...
I dont even know where it is

I guess at the end of the day it will always depend on the specs you have :x
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Re: It's been long enough, right? Let's see your editing rig

Postby Vlad G Pohnert » Sat Apr 30, 2011 11:11 pm

Well, that is cool! That means I'm an immortal who's been editing since the dawn of time AND has been able to adapt to the latest technology and still can kick all you mere mortal editors asses |:> THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE!

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