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I just finished building a video editing PC based loosely on the recommendations for “Video Editing Supercomputer” described on the Logical Increments website. I probably would have stuck more closely to the example shown there but some of the components have been changed between the time I ordered my parts and now. In any case, my new video editing monster has now been up and running for about a week and I’m very happy with it. I’ve written a detailed blog post describing some of the components and my experiences in doing the build. Hopefully, this will be helpful to someone.
Unless I missed it your blog post doesn’t provide a list of the specs and components of the new system and what the new system cost. That would be helpful to see.
I’m editing two cam 4k video on an old i7, 3 ghz, with 16GB of RAM and a 2GB video card using Premiere Pro CS6. After adding effects I have to render the sequence to see it in real time. Sometimes I will export a partially edited sequence to have a single new 4K file to continue working on.