Mike Wilhelm - April 30th, 2014
I'm looking for a laptop $900 or under for video editing purposes, with Windows 7, of course.
I am currently eyeing a Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition with the following specs:
Nikon D90 offers Nikon's new D-SLR movie function, allowing you to shoot 320 x 216 pixels, 640 x 424 pixels or HD720p (1,280 x 720 pixels) movies at the professional smoothness of 24 frames per second in motion JPEG format. The D90's sensor, which is much larger than the sensor of a typical camcorder, ensures higher image quality.
Chris Ace Gates - November 18th, 2013
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mikerosen - September 06th, 2012
Videomaker magazine is holding a contest to give away a free HP laptop to one lucky winner. Enter now for your chance to win. As you may remember from our review, the HP EliteBook 8760w is a top video editing laptop from HP. Videomaker received a copy to play around with, and we've been nothing but impressed with its capabilities. When our own Lance Olinger reviewed this powerful computer, he raved: "This computer has it all and the price tag reflects that.
The newer laptops do not have firewire ports so can adapters work when downloading mini dv tape? Some say they work, others say not. If not, what will work to get video onto the laptop for editing?
Nowcomer to video editing - How can I produce and burn the best possible quality DVDs (not AVHCDs or BDs). I can produce and burn excellent quality short videos to DVD when burning in AVCHD format, and that plays well on my desktop computer and on the flat screen TV, but it won't play on my lower powered laptop computer, which is probably similar to what friends and family have. Videos which I burn using the DVD format will play on the laptop, but they're horrible - extremely noisy, even somewhat pixelated. Adding video denoise suppresses some noise, but destroys most details.
Hi guys. I'd like to buy a laptop to use primarily for hd video editing (1080p AVCHD from my Panasonic HDC-TM90K camcorder). I'd like to use either Adobe Premiere Elements 10 or PowerDirector 10. My hd video editing is for personal/family videos, not professional, but I still want respectable quality.
My question is, what should I primarily focus on when selecting a laptop for running this? From what I've researched, it looks like a fast processor, hard-drive speed, and good video card should be my main concerns.
laptop good enough for Premiere Pro CS 5.5?
INTEL Core i7-2760QM firekjernet prosessor, 2.4GHz,
8GB DDR3 SO-DIMM 1333MHz (2x4GB)
AMD Radeon HD
6990M 2GB GDDR5
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