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Setting your graphic card to work at a lower resolution will provide a small increase in performance in the case you described. For example: 1920 * 1080 = 2,073,600 1280 * 720 = 921,600 2,073,600 - 921,600 = 1,152,000, or 56% fewer pixels. If you spend all your computer's time working to create text to fill the entire screen with new information ...


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HAdobe publish this information on their website - see this link or below: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html It's pretty simple, personally I would use the recommended specifications as a minimum in a professional environment. If it's for personal learning, then it's your call how much you spend, but don't get anything less than ...


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If you plan on using Premiere, Adobe recommends 16GB of RAM and a minimum of 8GB. They minimum RAM for After Effects is less, but there are some other equally important things to consider. I'd also recommend spending as much as you can on as much SSD storage as you can afford. Check the specs of the software you want to use for editing - particularly the ...


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Well, you could use the normal tools to get video off your desktop. Instead of having it go to twitch (or whatever), it would go to your laptop. You'd use a high quality / bitrate, with minimal CPU usage settings. x264 is probably still the best codec, since ethernet driver CPU time will start to matter if data rates are TOO high. So you need a lossy ...


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You need a capture card. If you have either USB3 or Thunderbolt, then you can use something like the Black Magic Intensity or Matrox MXO2. You could also consider a stand alone device that is capable of handling the streaming for you directly, such as the Matrox Monarch or similar devices that don't have to rely on the computer's processing to send the ...


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