would this be a suitable laptop?

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    • #54729
      Avatarbeginner
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      I'm not sure whether this is the correct forum section for my query.  I am a total beginner and I would like to record music and make videos for my songs.  Would this laptop be suitable for that?? 

      Laptop Toshiba Satellite L 850 1L1
      Processor i7
      Memory, 8 Gb RAM, supports max 16 Gb
      Hard Disk 1 Tb
      1 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0
      Windows 8
      Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 767 OM, 2 Gb dedicated, DirectX, Shader 5.0

      Thank you very much for your help. 

       

    • #206256
      Avatarchuckzootz
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      It should be, but get an external hard drine USB to store your raw footage readind and writing to the same drive willalways slow things down

    • #206271
      AvatarJordan
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      Is the hard drive SSD?

       

       

    • #206287
      AvatarBruce
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      If the video editing program you will use supports graphics accelleration check if the graphics card in your new PC is supported.  I have a desktop system with similar specs but it has a graphics card supported by Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.  When I enabled graphics accelleration my editing and exporting speed jumped something like 3X and I can now view HiDef footage real time in the edit window.  Also do upgrade to the 16GB memory.

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