Build A Monster Computer for Video Editing & Post Production

first_imgUnderstanding Disk Setup Building The Monster Building a HackintoshIf you’re married to Mac, then building your own Hackintosh tower is a viable option. Obviously you don’t have any warranty or support, but you’re going to save a lot of money. We’ve previously blogged about it here on PremiumBeat with some really great links to Lifehacker and No Film School which are definitely worth checking out. Also, Apple Insider has a great piece on the state of Apple and the future of the Mac Pro here.Ever tried building your own machine? Share your experience in the comments below! Speed Tests If you’re looking to create your own monster post-production machine for less, then you’ll definitely want to check out these links!Many tech-savvy post-production people have experimented with building their own monster Hackintosh or Windows machines. Here’s a quick roundup of some great resources for building a machine that can handle all your HD video needs, be they video editing, color grading, or creating complex motion graphics and 3D work.Building a Powerful Windows MachineDave Dugdale from Learning Video walks you through how he created his first monster post-production machine with Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve Lite in mind. These videos are pretty long, but if you truly want to understand what you’re doing before spending the cash, they’re definitely worth a watch. Building a machine like Dugdale’s will cost you $2385. If you just want a parts list — well, here you go!Handling RED RAWlast_img

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