best computer system patent for video editing

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Question : What is the best patent on computers for prof. video editing work; explain: Apple, Microsoft, Linux (others?? Question Details: I'm planning on buying a new computer for my video editing production skills and I want to know if anyone is familiar with various patented computer brands such as Apple Machintosh, Microsoft Windows, Linux or any others that may be much more suited for video editing and broadcast preparation? I'm open to learning on other systems. I started off working on Apple Mac computers, then I started working on Microsoft Windows as the years went on; mostly, but I'm not sure if I'm missing something more suited for video editing. I want to make a good purchase just for my growing skills in the area of anything video or visual. Of course audio is a concern as well. Please any expert knowledge or someone who has any resources that they can link to me?

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I personally would go with Apple. Their primary market is creative (graphic design, video, audio, etc.) and you can’t beat Final Cut Studio.

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  • FM_No_Static_At_All
    While The Apple line has always been successful as a video/graphics platform, it would seem that since Apple has switched to an Intel platform, it may be a good idea to investigate some open source software. Check the specifications of the various video cards available on the PC systems for comparable abilities to those of Apple's platform. It may be that there are video editing and composition applications available for Linux that will give you similar capabilities with less costs.
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  • Koohiisan
    The jury is still out, but UbuntuStudio (llnux) has some video software in its bundle. There is apparently a notable program, Cinerella (sp?) that you can install but does not come in the bundle. I've wanted to evaluate the bundle a bit more closely, but have not had a chance as yet.
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