I know this question has been asked but i feel it didnt answer my specific situation. Is the 4930 i7 worth it over the 4700 i7. I sort of know that a quad core based system would be enough for what i want to do (Ppro and AE) but I wanted to know if it was worth it for what I want to do. Is the 4930k worth the extra $500, especially since its a good base system for the long term or is the difference inconsequential.
My workload 4k footage RED footage (4k and 5k) AVCHD 200+ MBps Also light work in AE (compositing but not a lot of 3d animation).
The Creative Cloud community is spreading its branches out by developing communication between mobile apps and their desktop applications. The update during this year’s NAB focuses on color, and how you’ll get to apply it to your videos.
Recently I came across Dell XPS 8700 (i7 4th Gen, 12GN RAM, 1TB HD and a Graphic Card though not remember exactly which one was it) and I am in the market to my very first proper editing desktop though like many I am also on a very tight budget.
I use Adobe Premier and After Effects.
- Are these specs good enough for Full HD and 4K RAW video editing?
- Will I be able to make upgrades in this setup with time?
- How reliable is Dell XPS 8700 when it comes on butt kicking editing?
I just wanted to get some recomendation for editing workflow if it is possible. I have Adobe CC, filmconvert, and I shoot with 5d mark ii, and I will be shooting with GH4 when atamos shogan comes up. I like to do color grading with speedgrade and apply filmconvert.
Some people say I should convert 5d footage to prores before editing as prores has more color space. I am not sure if I should do that.
Filmconvert is really nice but I am not sure when exactly to apply it. if use it after doing correction then it will change the look again.