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PostSubject: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 5:54 pm

I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 6:02 pm

Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

The best one to answer you this is Mrpampouks but i suppose that a very good ram is the first thing that you should have in mind
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 6:09 pm

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Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

The best one to answer you this is Mrpampouks but i suppose that a very good ram is the first thing that you should have in mind
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thanks for the vote of confidence nikos XD Well Tommy, it depends on how much money you can spend on that :)

For video editting you will need a good CPU (phenom II X4 / X6 , core i-3/i-5/i-7), RAM 4GB (it's enough i think), Nvidia 1GB/2GB GFX card (i would recommend you not buying an AMD/ATI gfx card because their drivers suck a lot). That's it i think :)
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 6:40 pm

Thanks bro, thats all I needed to hear ^_^
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 6:41 pm

Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

quad core
4+gb ram

is what i have and i am able to open vegas , ae , photoshop , msn , chrome and more at the same time :)

i have win7 but it seems they are heavy even thou they dont use much ram it uses a lot of the cpu
when i edit i open everything i need then i close the explorer.exe with the ctr +alt+ del window
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 6:46 pm

Ror0noaZoRo wrote:
Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

quad core
4+gb ram

is what i have and i am able to open vegas , ae , photoshop , msn , chrome and more at the same time :)

i have win7 but it seems they are heavy even thou they dont use much ram it uses a lot of the cpu
when i edit i open everything i need then i close the explorer.exe with the ctr +alt+ del window

QUAD CORE = $$$$£££££ :'(
and thanks, I will defo have to grab 4gb ram atleast
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 6:51 pm

Ror0noaZoRo wrote:
Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

quad core
4+gb ram

is what i have and i am able to open vegas , ae , photoshop , msn , chrome and more at the same time :)

i have win7 but it seems they are heavy even thou they dont use much ram it uses a lot of the cpu
when i edit i open everything i need then i close the explorer.exe with the ctr +alt+ del window

I can do that with 2gm ram

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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 7:10 pm

Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

This is my PC

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Works perfectly with programs, games, everything goes smoothly. i can even render while playing Left 4 dead 2 lmao.
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Mon May 28, 2012 7:10 pm

Crookz wrote:
Ror0noaZoRo wrote:
Crookz wrote:
I will start saving for a better PC soon as mine is really old.
I know everything factors in when it comes to editing.

But can anyone recommend the sort of spec I should look on getting to help vegas run as smooth as possible and a reduced rendering time would also help.

quad core
4+gb ram

is what i have and i am able to open vegas , ae , photoshop , msn , chrome and more at the same time :)

i have win7 but it seems they are heavy even thou they dont use much ram it uses a lot of the cpu
when i edit i open everything i need then i close the explorer.exe with the ctr +alt+ del window

QUAD CORE = $$$$£££££ :'(
and thanks, I will defo have to grab 4gb ram atleast

it's better to get a good cpu as Sony Vegas depends more on cpu than ram :) while rendering if you open Task manager you can see that Vegas will use almost 98% of each core of your cpu :) (You can extend your RAM whenever you want, if you have about 30-40 euros but in order to change your cpu you will probably need to change your motherboard too.. so it's better to get a good cpu for now and then extend your RAM)
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PostSubject: Re: PC 4 Vegas   Thu May 31, 2012 3:23 am

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This is my PC

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Works perfectly with programs, games, everything goes smoothly. i can even render while playing Left 4 dead 2 lmao.

Nicccce room you got there, mind If I fsssssssssssssssssssss
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