WORKSHOP VIDEO #07: Video editing workstation build
Making workshop videos is a lot of fun, but editing the high-def video is painfully slow on even our best CAD workstation. We set out to upgrade one workstation to run Adobe Premiere with a budget of about 500 bucks. It’s not a killer gaming rig, but it encodes videos in minutes instead of hours:
- AMD 6 core CPU
- 8 GB of DDR3 RAM
- 120 GB solid state video cache disk
We made this build video so we could test the new workstation. It’s a huge upgrade! On the old system it took about 2 hours to encode a 5 minute video for YouTube, the new system it took about 6 minutes. It took about 20 minutes to edit the video, with no crashes or lag. Editing workshop videos will be a lot more fun in the future.
Next week we’re back with a Free PCB episode. Find out why we give away free PCBs, and how we mail them out.Videos and tagged video, workstation.