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Video editing on the iMac Pro

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The thoughtfully built machine geared towards creative professionals has been an absolute dream for video editing, but at such a high price point, who is it really for? Full review here: https://techcrunch.com/video/video-ed... TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://bit.ly/18J0X2e
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Yasin Hasan (2 месяца назад)
TB3 includes USB 3
Snuffa (2 месяца назад)
This was a great video
Gerald Prost (2 месяца назад)
I envy your ability to test drive this machine. After 15 years of being a Mac guy, I replaced by video editing machine with a custom built PC. I edit with Premiere Pro and After Effects. I still create Blu-rays and DVDs with Encore. I colour correct with DaVinci. For me the Xeon processors and ECC RAM are a waste of money. The thermal throttling and the weak gpu are problematic when you consider the price tag. Windows has improved a lot. I've had my new machine for a month now and I'm very happy with my purchase.
Ananta Shahane (3 месяца назад)
Dumbass, got an iMac Pro, didn't use FCPX
Mohsin Ali Waheed (3 месяца назад)
Paid Review
animus hack (3 месяца назад)
It's sad on Apple's end because they don't get your money
Dominic Natoli (3 месяца назад)
Don’t break it, they won’t be able to fix it for you
Cactus Tweeter (3 месяца назад)
Tito you are a funny guy.
TB (3 месяца назад)
Can you list the components needed to build a similarly spec'ed PC with 1/3 of the iMac Pro price? That looks like a bargain to me!
Soe Yan Paing (3 месяца назад)
omg, i like him xD do more Video with him
Jeremy (3 месяца назад)
and editing for youtube. lol.
Agustin Gamez (3 месяца назад)
The purpose of owning one is that you don't have to do all the work of configuring it manually. Making a PC from scratch is much easier said than done. Hobbyist/enthusiast might make the time for such things, but what is your bread and butter needs those components already assembled in an already working package, that is why people deal with the price gouge. Also, you don't have to worry about the hassle of dealing with drivers because if the hardware is built-in from Apple, they handle it, not you. It sucks having to pay so much for a product you can't repair yourself, but sometimes people don't have the time to deal with that. However, the big conundrum is that you have to rely on Apple if it ever fails and completely ruins the convenience factor of own such a product. It's a nice powerful machine, but like you mentioned in the video, it's a niche product. Even though there is that, if this is your business to own such a computer with that kind of oomph, you probably oughta own a back up computer ready in case and vice versa. If only those computers weren't so damn expensive.
Angelo Cella (27 дней назад)
In a custom PC you can have whatever you want and it's more upgradable and the cooling system is better. Check this: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Bvpn29 It cists a lot less then the best iMac Pro configuration for less than half the price. Include after a 500 bucks 4K monitor.
Agustin Gamez (27 дней назад)
Easy if you know what you're doing and if that PC is for general purpose, not for video editing, gaming, etc.. Yeah, you can hire a guy to put it together for you, but that's an additional cost to the components you already have to buy and getting a new and extremely capable graphics card could be expensive. It might be cheaper than apple, but the point is that when you buy an apple computer, you buying it as is. It sucks that you have to spend so much money, but you're getting it for convenience, the OS, and not having to worrying about endless research into cooling, processors, installation of various different drivers, graphics cards (if you need), maintaining them all, etc.. It's easy to put one together if you got the experience and you are very apt at following instructions online. Oh well, that's just my thoughts about that. I have a pre-retina macbook pro. I changed the hard drive for an SSD and changed the stock 4GB of ram for 10Gb (I never got around to buying another 8GB stick, kept the 2GB in one of the slots). I don't mind stuff like that. It sucks that you can no longer have access to change out the ram like in the regular 27 inch imac. An all-in-one computer is just that, and opening it up to change things is not worth voiding the warranty, especially something as expensive as an imac pro. If you don't have the money for it, don't buy it. There are alternatives like you mention, but that's all up to the individual.
Angelo Cella (28 дней назад)
Building a PC isn't hard at all. And if it is, just call an expert who with just 100 bucks will assemble it for you.
Sloth Motions (3 месяца назад)
Im confused I thought apple said its the innovation to remove headphonejacks
J Karra (2 месяца назад)
Does it really matter how much your tools cost? No, at least not in my country where as entrepreneur i can make yearly substractions and after 3 or 4 years that imac would be worth of 0 euros but i can still sell it for decent profit as we all know how well they keep their price...in fact for small firms like i have using apple comps its much much more profitable and cheaper...my windows machines have much higher downtime even with onsite warranty, windows machines are just more unreliable compared to decent macbook/apple workstations...only machines in last 4-5 years which have been broken are all expensive business comps from dell and lenovo and in contrary not an single apple have break down.time is money and so on...and again, for firms it doesnt matter if your tool costs 4000 or 12000 specially in small business, longevity and maintanace free operation is worth for few extra €
Mason Leitch (3 месяца назад)
Why not use Final Cut Pro X? It would be ridiculously fast on a system like this
Daniel Rodriguez de la Viuda (3 месяца назад)
I really wish Apple didn't stick their heads up their butts for FCP. I love how they took advantage of their hardware and how fast it can render, but I can't stand using the program. I don't need my NLE to be a backseat editor and assume where the clips should go or what clips are linked to what. I just need it to give me the tools and I'll use keyboard shortcuts to edit just as fast, if not faster as I'm not wrestling with the program to move clips exactly how I want them.
Lukáš Vavrek (3 месяца назад)
they are obviously in Adobe ecosystem, they already have a knowledge and don't have to learn FCPX from scratch, and they are able to jump between PC and Mac without a need to change the ​software
roger sentongo (3 месяца назад)
Great video, your jokes are funny yet you provide a lot useful information instead of just regurgitating useless specs.
Rohan Poddar (3 месяца назад)
Use FCPX and see the magic
Amerul Shah (3 месяца назад)
awesome man
Alex Zay (3 месяца назад)
Tito my man how you been?
Shawon Ashraf (3 месяца назад)
Same specs for 1/3 the cost? Please be my guest xD
Edison Campos (5 дней назад)
Well, same specs for 1/3 is not true, but better specs for less or the same price, you can have that. EPYC mobo $449.90 EPYC 7351 16-Core $1,220.21 2x2 NVME SSD $1980 4x 32GB DDR4-2666 RDIMM $1336 Noctua NH-U $75.00 Corsair 1000w psu $169.99 vega 64 $590.00 $50 dolar case will do BenQ 4K IPS rec709/DCI-p3/Adobe RGB $1098.97 I-Rocks Black Aluminum X-Slim Keyboard $42.00 Apple Magic Mouse 2 $74.00 Total:$7011,07 vs $9,599.00 with 3k left over you can if you want to upgrade your monitor to LG panel going for dell monitor, you can 2 4K monitors to improve the workflow: 2x 4K IPS rec709/DCI-p3/Adobe RGB $2799.98 or go with BenQ anyway that's 600 dollars worth of savings, or you can go with a single 8K monitor:$3899.99 and still be under 10K or you can upgrade to a workstation grade video card since you guys love to have such hardware to justify the high prices: EPYC mobo $449.90 EPYC 7351 16-Core $1,220.21 2x2 NVME SSD $1980 4x 32GB DDR4-2666 RDIMM $1336 Noctua NH-U $75.00 Corsair 1000w PSU $169.99 Radeon Pro WX 9100 $1499.99 $50 dollar case will do Dell 2x 4K IPS rec709/DCI-p3/Adobe RGB $2799.98 I-Rocks Black Aluminum X-Slim Keyboard $42.00 Apple Magic Mouse 2 $74.00 Total:$9697,07 vs $9,599.00 Ok so, in the end, you can have more cores, better GPU and 2x 4k displays for roughly the same price of a midrange iMac pro, and with a bit more you can have 32 cores as well...
Martin Taylor (3 месяца назад)
Weren't you on Lost?
Asmund Maeland (3 месяца назад)
Use FCPX speeds this thing up many times over Premiere. I have it so I know.
Asmund Maeland (3 месяца назад)
sale83 the Apple hardware is much more tuned for Fcpx, then Premier is for PC. Have both so I know.
sale83 (3 месяца назад)
Asmund Maeland ...or use premiere on a budget pc laptop and it will still be faster than crapple.
Troy Durrance (3 месяца назад)
Build a hackintosh...
Tomas Villegas (3 месяца назад)
Great video, but you can't build the same spec'd type of Windows system for the same cost.
Angelo Cella (28 дней назад)
Yes, you can build one for much cheaper prices and have better specs. Here it is: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/2H9phy
Angelo Cella (28 дней назад)
Wes Chilton what's the point of 128 GB RAM anyways?
Daniel Rodriguez de la Viuda (3 месяца назад)
Problem here is that in two years it'll be obsolete, and you're at Apples mercy for when they want to release a new model to catch up. And even then, you have to buy a whole new computer at full cost. You can build a PC with the same components for the same cost, and next year when new architectures become available, you just swap out the components you need to swap out. It took Apple about 4 years to come out with a new "Pro" model, and it's not financially feasible for someone to purchase a new computer each time, specially if they didn't get their last $10k offering at launch but rather recently.
Shahaaim (3 месяца назад)
You still haven't told me what your definition of 'pro' is.. and I still don't think you know why people would prefer ECC memory.
raja (3 месяца назад)
I said what if you dont need ECC memory for professional use like video editing and rendering etc, I didn't say you don't need ECC memory. All I am saying is you can customize the parts according to your needs if you build pc and save some money, Thats it. I am not here to argue. I use macbook pro, HP workstation, Ipad pro and I own iphone and android phone for more than 10 years. And I have build lot of gaming PCs as well so I have first hand experience. So I am not biased. If you have specific use case scenario for Imac pro go for it. But one thing I am positive is that more than 80 percent of Imac pro sales will be based on youtube or wedding videographers or short film or documentary film makers and the sale of Imac pro will be tiny percent of pro machines in my opinion.
TheAnubite (3 месяца назад)
Yay Tito!
Kishan Sundar (3 месяца назад)
I need that wallpaper please?
Victor Candia (3 месяца назад)
miss the crunch report ! bring it back please!
Sir Toast (3 месяца назад)
Also, the words "Apple" and "future proof" never belong in the same sentence.
Vaibhav Jain (2 месяца назад)
Sir Toast or in same breath
alexander fortman (3 месяца назад)
Sir Toast they have the donglebook Pro for a reason...
Sir Toast (3 месяца назад)
Get a haircut then tape it to your beard.
Dapper Don (3 месяца назад)
nice one brahhh. bring Techcrunch back tc. who made that awful decision?
Hello Cony (3 месяца назад)
You can’t build this in 1/3 of the price. And you’re getting one of the best displays in the market
Angelo Cella (28 дней назад)
Yes, you can build a better and more upgradeable and efficient Windows machine. Here it is: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/2H9phy Then you just need to add a ~500 bucks 4K monitor and you are done.
Lukáš Vavrek (3 месяца назад)
You can throw it away and buy a new one if the hardware isn't good enough for you anymore. The separated​ display has few advantages.
Hieu Nguyen (3 месяца назад)
"one of the best" doesn't mean it's the best, stand above all. Pls try to understand things first be4 you put on any argument. And It's a 5k not 4k, not many brand out there have 5k display that suit pro print/photo/video work
brainchildpl (3 месяца назад)
"one of the best displays in the market" - Many people would argue with that... For any pro print/photo work you need a pro monitor from EIZO.
SUBIN.spock (3 месяца назад)
not 5K and not of the quality.
Muhammed Imran (3 месяца назад)
Miss your crunch report man...
ldg_ 7th (3 месяца назад)
18-Core 128GB RAN soon for pro audio/digital art and animation.

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