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Building a PC for Rendering Videos?

 

Kaleb
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I am hired as a graphic designer, video editor, animation and now company want me to tell them my all requiremnt
What Specs are Important for Building a PC for Rendering Videos?


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CPU is the most important for editing and encode/decode of video. 16GB is about the minimum I would recommend but you may be fine with 16GB, as I dont know the size of your projects.


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Posted by: @jeremy

CPU is the most important for editing and encode/decode of video. 16GB is about the minimum I would recommend but you may be fine with 16GB, as I dont know the size of your projects.

What about the SSD?. I heard we need SSD too for fast Rendering  


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CPU is the most important for editing and encode/decode of video. 16GB is about the minimum I would recommend but you may be fine with 16GB, as I dont know the size of your projects.

What about the SSD?. I heard we need SSD too for fast Rendering  

An SSD for cache, especially if you have Resolve set to preview render anything.

 


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Posted by: @jeremy

CPU is the most important for editing and encode/decode of video. 16GB is about the minimum I would recommend but you may be fine with 16GB, as I dont know the size of your projects.

You're forgetting the GPU which is most important than CPU. Do you own a GPU or not ?

 


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Posted by: @jeremy

CPU is the most important for editing and encode/decode of video. 16GB is about the minimum I would recommend but you may be fine with 16GB, as I dont know the size of your projects.

You're forgetting the GPU which is most important than CPU. Do you own a GPU or not ?

 

Yeh i am using GTX 970 but i am not sure what kind of GPU is it since it was gift from my dad

 


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Its depends, which software you're going to use for rendering ?


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Its depends, which software you're going to use for rendering ?

It will be fusion 360, 


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Its depends, which software you're going to use for rendering ?

It will be fusion 360, 

Use i7 Processor with 32GB RAM You really don't want less than 32GB if you want to use Fusion at all.
GTX 970 with 8 GB ( i think you already own it since you said on your posts )
SSD for Cache: Since you will be doing a lot of Render Caching. You want an SSD

 


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Its depends, which software you're going to use for rendering ?

It will be fusion 360, 

Use i7 Processor with 32GB RAM You really don't want less than 32GB if you want to use Fusion at all.
GTX 970 with 8 GB ( i think you already own it since you said on your posts )
SSD for Cache: Since you will be doing a lot of Render Caching. You want an SSD

 

Thanks for the guide friends, i will ask my company to build this pc for me 

 

 


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