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Adequate Processor Speed for Video Editing?

My son has a Intel® Pentium® Processor T4300 (http://ark.intel.com/products/37253/Intel-Pentium-Processor-T4300-1M-Cache-2_10-GHz-800-MHz-FSB). He wants to start capturing/editing videos from his game consule (ps3/XBox360). Will this process be adequate for such an endeavor?
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  1. for capturing yes..
    but for editing, well, as long as you have a lot patience to wait..then it's will be no prob..

    processor speed only a matter of time..
  2. I would say no, but did you give it a go?
  3. Rune Olsen said:
    I would say no, but did you give it a go?


    I haven't purchased the Roxio Game Capture HD PRO yet. I noted that the software/hardware requirements were met; however, I am just wondering how long editing will take.
  4. Quaddro said:
    for capturing yes..
    but for editing, well, as long as you have a lot patience to wait..then it's will be no prob..

    processor speed only a matter of time..


    Thank you for your reply. I am thinking about purchasing a desktop for the purpose of capturing/editing. I have a budget of about $400-$500. Thus I was thinking a desktop computer would yield more bang for the buck. I was looking at the Dell Inspiron 660s with a 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i3-3240 processor (3M Cache, 3.4 GHz). The link is:

    http://www.dell.com/us/p/inspiron-660s/pd

    (2nd selection)

    Can you kindly provide your thoughts on this unit?

    Thank you again so much!
  5. Best answer
    well, don't go with branded cpu..
    buy all parts and build it by your own..

    well, something like this http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2cWkG
    will much-much stronger than dell 660s..
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