Hello all! Currently running a late 2007 17-inch MacBook Pro with a SSD and 6GB of RAM. It's time for an upgrade and I've been looking at the 5K iMacs for a while but they're too expensive. So a custom build it is! Here is my projected list of items I want my computer to have:
I created a simple AppleScript app to automate the process of adding your unsupported/uncertified GPU/s to the supported cards lists of older versions of Premiere Pro CS6/CC, After Effects CS6/CC, and Media Encoder CC. This will enable CUDA and OpenCL acceleration on your unsupported/uncertified...
I've started a trial of PP CC 2014 on my system listed in my description. The system runs great most of the time, but I've noticed some weird CPU issues when rendering and encoding.
The issue is that the render doesn't utilize the CPU near its capacity, usually hovering around...
Is this Setup good enough for editing Video (4k in the Future)?
Are the Following Components ok?
Will the Hackintosh have enough Power? (Im using Final Cut pro but maybe i will switch to Premiere Pro.)
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z97TX-UD3H-BK
CPU: Intel i5 4690K
GPU: AMD Saphire FirePro W2100
Hi so this will be my first hac pro build, only building it for video editing such as premiere pro, after effects with some 3D, photoshop, etc.. As of right now i am not getting into Cinema 4D or Maya but definitely plan to within the next year or 2. The only 3D I am doing now is in After...
I just finished a build with a Gigabyte Z87X-OC and an Intel i7 4770K. I'm having big problems with the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App. It won't install certain apps successfull such like After Effects CC and Premiere Pro CC. The progressbar goes to somewhat around 40 - 70% and then it...
Storms Productions' Video Editor:
GA-Z77X-UP5 TH | i7-3770k | 32 GB RAM | GTX 660 Ti SC 3 GB[
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP5 TH SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX with Dual Thunderbolt
CPU: Intel Core...
Ok, so this is my first post, I have finally decided(I think) to try a Hackintosh machine. I will summarize why and what I need, then I will follow up with more detail for those interested.
I need a Hackintosh because I am a film major and I need to edit videos and learn...
Currently i have a 8800GT and i am not sure if i can use SLI like i did in windows xp and 7. Does the cuda drivers and video card drivers that are now on nVidia's website mean that i can use any card they have available?
I noticed there was not much support (driver wise) a year or so ago. Now...