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Old 09-30-2017, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default Best Laptop for use with Edius

I am about to look for a new laptop for editing with Edius. I edit HD files mainly AVCHD and will use it standalone for BD/DVD disc creation too.

Can anyone please suggest any good models or anything I should be looking out for?

Price isn't too much of an issue but nothing too mad!

I would like to stick to a banded one if possible

thanks for any advice...
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Old 09-30-2017, 09:11 PM   #2
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The last one I had built (DVC in the UK a couple of years ago) was based on an HP zBook i7-4910MQ, probably old technology now) Been delighted with it ever since but like you all my work is HD, nothing more demanding.
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Old 10-02-2017, 12:24 PM   #4
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We used to mainly supply laptops which are based on chassis made by a Taiwan company called Clevo. you can get them here in the UK: https://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/laptops/
The most popular were the "Octane III" which use desktop i7 processors. They are the fastest you can get and have Thunderbolt 3 so you can add a Blackmagic device if you want to see a picture on a proper screen. I use one with a 1060 graphics card as EDIUS does not need the extra power of the other cards.

They have Kaby Lake i7 processors but do not do Quick Sync. The laptops with laptop processors have QS and are also a bit lighter and have a better battery life. However, they are not as powerful overall as these laptops.

HP make good quality laptops but they are just more expensive than buying one of these PC Specialist models. The HPs always use laptop processors. They will have Quick Sync provided they don't have a Quadro graphics card or a 10 bit screen.
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What's your budget?
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Not sure what your budget is, but something like this might do: https://pc4u.org/best-laptops-for-co...r-500-dollars/
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