With all the system-intensive tasks involved in video projects, it’s very common to see video editors working with some of the most robust workstations available out. From top-tier processors and graphics card to expensive, yet convenient peripherals, there’s no doubt that a lot of time and money is put into building such a machine.
So, how does the ultimate video editing and color grading dream desk should eventually look like these days? Accomplished filmmaker Tom Antos raises the curtain and showcases the most current iteration of his personal video editing setup in the video below.
Of course, the core of any editing workstation is the computer itself. In this certain case, the highlight specifications of Antos’ custom-built assembly include a 3.32GHz Intel Core i9 7900X 10 Core processor, 64GB of DDR HyperX Predator Memory, an NVIDIA GTX 1080 Gaming X Graphics Card with 8GB of VRAM, 4GB Seagate HDD, a 256GB M.2-based Intel SSD boot up drive, and a 400GB Intel 750 PCIe SSD. Click here to read the full article.