Best PC Laptop for Video Editing? – 7 Video Editing Laptop Tips & Specs

July 30, 2019 posted by


– So, what is the best PC
laptop for video editing? With so many laptops to choose from in this video I’m gonna
talk about the new laptop that I recently got, plus my seven biggest tips to think about when picking out a laptop comin’ up. (camera clicking) Hey what’s up guys, Sean
here with THiNK Media TV, helping you go further, faster in media. And on this channel we
do tech gear reviews and video gear reviews, so if you’re new here,
consider subscribing. And hey, at any point during the video check out show notes and links
in the description below. I’ll link everything up as far
as the laptop that I’m using, plus the tips and anything else I forgot. Let’s jump into the video. So, I recently picked up this HP Pavilion. It’s a 17.3 inch laptop,
so it’s pretty large and it’s ultra HD 4K
and I’ve been surprised, ’cause I wouldn’t be
thinking that HP, you know, is really in the game as far as, you know, video editing, graphic design, but this laptop has been crushing it. But no matter what laptop you check out, here’s my seven biggest tips
for what to look for in a video editing laptop, especially
if you wanna start editing things like 4K footage
and doing After Effects and things like that. Tip number one is your display. Now I’ve been kind of
tricked by this in the past. Sometimes, even if you
have a large screen, like this is 17 inches, it doesn’t mean that the
resolution of the display will support, say 4K editing. You know, if you only
need to do HD you don’t necessarily need a 4K display, but in this case this display
is 3,840 pixels by 2,160. So, you get that full 4K
display, it’s anti-glare. And another thing to look for is IPS, which means in panel switching, but essentially what that
means is color accuracy. You know as a video editor
or a graphic designer, you want your monitor to be color accurate so that when you’re
editing or color grading or doing things, you know
if you don’t see it right, it’s not gonna end up
right on the other end when you export whatever
content you’re producing. So, when you’re picking out a laptop, definitely get one that has a screen size and resolution that will
support video editing that you wanna do and then look for IPS, ’cause you want your
colors to be accurate. Tip number two is a processor. When it comes to video
editing the processor is very important and basically
you want a processor that’s as fast as possible and one thing that’ll
really help video editing is the more cores the better, right? You have dual core, quad
core, now there’s hexa core. And so if you can get more cores, that’s gonna speed up editing, and is definitely gonna help 4K. And so this particular one
is an I7 6,700 HQ quad core processor and so it’s
2.6 GHz to to 3.5 GHz. And from real world testing,
whether editing HD or 4K, this processor has been crushing it, but again when it comes to
processor speed is good. Tip number three is the graphics card. And so for me I personally always look for NVIDIA graphics cards. This one is a GTX 960 M, 4GB with GDDR 5 RAM in the graphics card. And so the important
thing here is I edit on Adobe Premiere Pro, which
has what’s called the Mercury Playback Engine. This came out a few years ago and what it allowed was that
in the past video editing was actually all done on the processor and actually not the video card. Kinda sounds weird, but once they added
Mercury Playback Engine, the video card started doing
some of the heavy lifting for editing as well. And so when you go into
your Premiere settings, you could see just software
acceleration for video editing or you could see GPU
acceleration for video editing, meaning that you’ve got the
right kind of video card that works with Premiere that
allows you to speed up your editing, speed up rendering,
real time rendering, and just really enhances
video editing performance. And so NVIDIA is kinda the best there. There are a couple other
workflows that work, but I always look for NVIDIA. And what you’re also
looking for is CUDA cores. The more CUDA cores the better. And so you can look at
how many CUDA cores each graphics card has, but
in this particular case, I’m generally looking for
a very solid graphics card that is gonna support
hardware acceleration. That’s the key word you want. You want hardware acceleration
when you’re video editing and you’ll get high performance. Tip number four is your hard drive. And so this particular laptop
has the operating system installed on a SSD drive and it’s 1TB. And I think if you can get SSD drives, those are a lot faster typically. You know speeds of SSDs varies as well, but the OS is on a 1TB
hard drive for this. And then there’s a secondary drive and I kind of made a mistake here because I got this laptop
from Computer Upgrade Kings, which allows you to sometimes
customize some of the specs and I picked out the 2TB
drive for extra data storage, but my mistake was this one is 5,400 RPMs, that’s how fast the hard drive spins. The 1TB version’s 7,200 RPMs,
meaning it spins faster. That means you’re gonna be able
to access your data faster, and it does speed up editing. Now the good news is this is still great. I’ve been able to,
again, edit 4K projects, and it is editing quick,
sometimes if I stack some clips on top of each other and
I add some color grading or whatnot, you get a little bit of lag, it slows down a bit, but nothing
that you can’t get through as far as editing a project. And the other thing that is
important here is Premiere, or whatever video editing
software you have installed, is on your SSD, but you
want your data files on a separate drive. And so that’s why ideally
you maybe you’re editing off an external hard drive, or in this case I’ve got
an internal hard drive, which is almost always gonna be faster. So, I can move my data files
over to that internal hard drive and then edit on the
SSD if that makes sense. And so a multi-drive workflow
speeds up video editing. Actually ideally, you want your
software on one hard drive, your media cache files, all the temp files from video
editing on another hard drive, and then your data files
on another hard drive. And you want all three of those
to be as fast as possible, especially if you get into 4K because it’s pulling on
these large data files, big video files that you’re editing. But saying all that in a
laptop you’re a little bit limited, you’re on the
road, you’re not necessarily gonna have like a three
hard drive workflow, and so this is working great,
crushing video editing, but definitely consider
your hard drive workflow when picking out a laptop. Tip number five is your RAM. And so, I upgraded this
laptop to 32GB of RAM and I think it started with 16GB. And so you want really as much as possible at some point for video
editing it’s not going to take a ton of RAM, you
know really, like anything, the need for speed,
like the more is better. But RAM is especially
important for say After Effects or Cinema 4D, or some
of these other things. Having a lot of RAM can
really support doing motion graphics projects and whatnot. And so I wanted kind of that buffer and I also just multi-tasking in general. You know RAM is where like
the working files are sitting as you’re working on projects. And so having as much as possible is good. I wouldn’t recommend going below 16GB if you’re picking out a laptop
for video editing these days and if you can go higher than
that, that’s even better. Tip number six is all of
the additional features that I think are really
important to consider when picking up a laptop. And so, one we’re talking
about PC laptops, USB 3.0. How many USB 3.0 ports do ya have? You know, if you’re gonna
run an external hard drive you definitely wanna make
sure that external hard drive is USB 3.0 and that you also
have ports that can support that, so you get the full speed benefit. Even better would be USB Type C, which is the new smaller USB connection that also is even faster. And so, think about your
inputs so that you can run peripheral devices, however you say it, and you don’t need USB
3.0 to run like a mouse, or to run, you know, some
basic things like that, but again if you’re gonna be
editing on an external hard drive think about those connections. So, this one came with two USB 3.0 ports and then one 2.0 port, which again, I actually do like to use a
mouse better than the track pad. So I just plug that in. So, you could plug that into the USB 2.0, run your external hard drives on the 3.0. So, that’s important as
far as additional features. Another one is it has a
full size back lit keyboard. I actually live having a
back lit keyboard for editing in the dark or just better
visibility on the road, traveling on airplanes, at
night they turn the lights off or whatever, just kinda
helps being able to work on whatever you’re working on. The other thing is, of course, the webcam. This has got a TruView HD webcam and dual array digital microphones. And so I think for Google
Live, YouTube Live, Google Hangout, Skype calls
with people, you know, maybe that’s something you want to be, have high quality on the
laptop you’re looking for. Of course a multi-media card reader. Just for your workflow as
soon as you get done shooting, being able to just plug your SD card in and capture that. And, you know, some of these new laptops, I always think, you’re only
as strong as your weakest link and so sometimes you have a fast SD card, but if the card reader isn’t USB 3.0, then the transfer speeds aren’t as high. I think on USB 2.0 it’s like
40mbs it kinda caps out at, but with USB 3.0 I’m seeing
transfer speeds at almost 90mbs. Which is important, right? Everything matters, your
downloading SD cards, you’re trying to capture
footage, and you know, on the field, whatever
project you’re working on. And so a good card reader… It’s got that HDMI input, you know, that’s great for presentations. I use this whether I’m speaking seminars, different things like that. And so if I need to connect
it up, that’s nice to have. And then also the battery life. That’s a huge consideration
as you’re looking for laptops. Look into the battery life. This is a big laptop and the battery life is very impressive. My last video editing laptop
had terrible battery life. Like if it wasn’t plugged
in and you were doing stuff, it was like less than an hour. I can get like three hours out of this working on some legitimate projects. And I especially like that. It is a bit bulky to use on a plane, but I’ve used it plenty of times and if you can’t plug in your laptop and charge I want it to last for three. If I turn the brightness down
and do some other things, even three, four, five hours. So I can work the entire
time, send emails, do whatever I need to do. And so I’m very pleased
with a battery laptop, the battery on this laptop. And then tip number seven
is of course style, right? I think style matters, you know, you actually wanna like the design, you wanna like the look. This laptop is large, it
comes in at six pounds. I actually had a laptop that was bigger and bulkier than this. So, they have kept it
pretty slim, pretty nice, and it’s not a big deal. I mean, I wanted
basically a mobile desktop and so this accomplished that purpose. Overall I really like the
styling and the layout and the design of the entire laptop. Alright, and then lastly a few tips, whether you’re getting a new laptop or even with your current laptop, is you always wanna update the drivers. I will tell you two funny
quirks about this laptop was number one, it had
a display flicker issue, where every once in a while
the display would kinda flicker on and off, but
after I updated the drivers, it was fine. And then the other thing
was actually the wifi was very slow ad after I
updated the wifi driver, I could start pulling more speed. And the way I noticed was I
was like stuff was cruisin’ on my phone with our home
wifi, but this was like a slug, but once the adapter was
updated or driver was updated, it started going fast. And so, if you ever need
higher performance out of your gear, firmware updates, driver
updates, any kind of updates, could always be a key
to really pushing your stuff to the next level. Now, as far as the price
goes of this exact laptop, this came in at about $1,400 for me. Like I said, I got it from
Computer Upgrade King. And I’ll put a link to this
in the description below. It’s actually better now,
it’s a newer version, this version is already past, the new one has a faster graphics card. And what I love about
Computer Upgrade Kings is that they allow you
to customize your stuff. You can switch out, I think
I did a blu-ray player in here with a blu-ray writer in addition to just the DVD player. And if you want to tweak your
RAM and some things like that and if you do wan to grab something off Computer Upgrade Kings,
you can use the promo code THiNK Media TV, that’ll take
5% off your entire order. This video’s not sponsored or anything, but I did email them
after buying this laptop and said, hey, I’m gonna be
talkin’ about it on my channel, can we hook up the
THiNK Media TV community if they wanna check
anything out from you guys. And so they created
that promo code for me. And then I’ll also link up
to a couple non-customized, you know, fully already
built machines from Computer Upgrade King
in the description below on Amazon and so that’s nice, you can read the reviews
about ’em and whatnot. I think this laptop itself is a great buy. I’ve been pleased with its performance, with its use, and again, it’s
a little bit more expensive, but I wanted to for sure be
able to edit 4K video footage. If you don’t need to edit 4K, then you don’t necessarily
need the best performance across the board, you could
probably be grabbing a solid video editing laptop in like
the $700, $700-$1,000 range. If you wanna do 4K, it’s but you know, a little bit more investment. And so I think these
seven principles are kinda the framework to look for and
then definitely shop around, Amazon, Computer Upgrade King, other places to find the perfect laptop for crushing your projects. Question of the day: What
laptop are you currently using to edit video? What specs are you working with? And are you thinking about upgrading soon and what are you looking for? Let me know in the comment section below. So thanks so much for
checking out this video. Definitely subscribe for
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TV is helping you go further, faster in media. Keep crushing it and we will talk soon.

100 Comments

100 Replies to “Best PC Laptop for Video Editing? – 7 Video Editing Laptop Tips & Specs”

  1. Adam Lox says:

    I think we need laptop of 3.0ghz and above.period.hp is always below..that's shit

  2. Didi Mus Luwa says:

    Hi thanks for the video..like it..
    can u tell me the basic requirement for 4k video editing in laptop mean processor, ram, hard drive & other else?..tq

  3. I'm Thinking Pizza says:

    1:41 I see a glare on the display as he says that it is anti-glare

  4. Mary Monrose says:

    I have had 2 HP laptop last was pavilion and it's great but the hard drive always breaks down after a couple of years.

  5. drutgat2 says:

    Thanks very much for this.

    I have been researching the hardware components and video editing software choices over the last couple of months, because I want to put together a new video editing and audio recording (desktop) PC, and I have been very interested in Davinci Resolve.

    My current laptop (Acer Spin 513-51, i5 6200U, 2.30 Ghz, 8GB RAM, with an Intel HD Graphics 520) does not really seem capable of editing video – tried it with about 5 programmes, although I must admit that I was running everything from the Acer's internal 254 GB HD, probably running at 5400 RPM. Hence, my decision to go with a desktop PC, although now you have me thinking about the HP Pavilion.

    I understand that Davinci Resolve is very GPU intensive. I also have heard that one needs to make sure that you have enough PCI (?) 'lanes', in order to cope with the output of a GPU card. Can you clarify the latter statement, please, as I do not fully understand it?

  6. New York Hoje by Silvia Matera Gerber says:

    definitely going to check Computer Update King.

  7. Lori Mast says:

    Do you have a newer video on what to look for in my current laptop, or what to look for in buying a very low cost laptop for video editing? I really appreciate your videos. I just bought a Canon M50 kit, thanks to all the comparisons you gave in a video recently. I really appreciate all you do!!!

  8. s Aravind says:

    Could you please send me the minimum iMac system requirement for video editing

  9. serious gamer says:

    Do you use Sony vegas

  10. ptlofts says:

    A very informative video. Thank you.

  11. sub to cgn reactions says:

    What about in 2018 what's the best way to go for a editing laptop. I'm about to get into vloging and I need to know what is the best laptop best editing program color grading image stability program music program things like that

  12. Alyssa Tuttle says:

    What is the editing software that is best for a computer like this??

  13. LordCLecter says:

    "I choose the wrong drive…. I should have choose the 7200rpm version"

    I CHOSE the wrong drive… I should have CHOSEN the 7200rpm drive

  14. HaysieBoy says:

    You lost me at 0:00

  15. Joey Ferris says:

    My new HP crashes a lot. Especially in Premiere pro cc

  16. Sam CarLegion says:

    Awesome! What I am looking for at the moment. I dislike desktop

  17. Le' says:

    Simple. If its HP dont buy it.

  18. Danica Cher Campo says:

    What editor do you use?

  19. Jerry Hernandez says:

    Thought it was gonna be the ZBook.

  20. Ken’s PAD - photo audio digital says:

    Do you talk this way during inperson conversations?
    Something misssing, forgot to include jazz hands for every 5 words.

  21. Caylo Seals says:

    can you do a video on the best buget video editing computer?

  22. Rafał Koz says:

    Well I would change the name of the video to ‘(…)editing in premiere pro(…)’ I’m cross editing in final cut/premiere pro etc. there is a lot of good laptops with external GPU compatibility and if you want to edit in 4K good luck with internal gpus. For me it’s just a sponsored HP review.:)

  23. kevin Swedo says:

    Why not put your notes on the side. So you don't hace to constantly look down at them.

  24. joannamccloud says:

    Hp took away light scribe and media ports plus burned my leg and died I hate em never want another hp or compaque product. I had two.

  25. Livello 100 says:

    …And they say Italians move their hands a lot while talking.

  26. zaki zamani says:

    Which is better? Laptop or tablet?

  27. Richard Robertson says:

    Great video, I've been looking for one with this much detail and options. I only had to pause and re-play 42 times. Someone told me if they wake you up from a deep sleep, your speech is the same speed as everyone else . . . is that true? Excellent job on this video. Thanks

  28. Conor Treacy says:

    Hey Sean. Just a heads up. The links for CPUKing return zero results. May need to update those links. Yes it's a year later, but still worth affiliate link updating 😉

  29. Sophat says:

    Boy do you like to waffle on …. no idea what you’ve just said

  30. Random Videos says:

    yeaaaaaa……

  31. Blayne Walker says:

    He reads off the specs list like he actually knows what he's talking about… Lmfao dude

  32. PV Multimedia & CAP says:

    I have an Acer Aspire R13 laptop. I think it may only have 8 gigs of Ram. However, it has an i7 processor and 500 gigs of SSD internal storage. I only have approx 40 gigs of internal storage available I am trying to do simple editing with a Pinnacle 21 software and it takes forever. Would cleaning up my internal storage allow me to edit 4k video or Would you buy another laptop with better specs to fix this slow issue? If so, what would be the reasonable specs I should have for this type of simple editing?

  33. Kyannaannxo says:

    I always come here for all of my tech stuff !

  34. Psycho Asian says:

    So technically video editing laptop is a gaming laptop too…..

  35. Jaydeep Das says:

    Make a video on mid budget laptop for video editing which can run Hitfilm 4 express

  36. Hamid Maneh says:

    Hello all please if you can tell us the exact type of hp pavilion, because I've been getting….hp pavilion 360, hp Pavillion 8gb ram etc

  37. Ekmusafirr says:

    Plz do answer wat do u think about the asus vivobook s15 with 128ssd 1tb hdd n mx150 laptop will it be a great laptop for editing

  38. Autumn Moon says:

    This is all a foreign language to me

  39. Gail Burrows says:

    What is the best laptop with touch screen for video editing? I was considering the Dell XPS 15 with Infinity Edge Touch display, but there are mixed reviews. I also am trying to decide between Vegas Pro 16 vs. Pinnacle Studio 22. Is there a better software that includes split screen templates?

  40. David 99 says:

    What do you think about the Hp Envy x360 ryzen 5 for Premiere Pro video editing any honorable mentions around its $700 price ?

  41. Mr.WetMEME says:

    I went to a private college with a bunch of neckbeards who couldn't understand the concept of a backlit keyboard. They would be like "just use a lamp'"

  42. Vishnu Swami says:

    Links don't work

  43. JG_DOESITALL All says:

    Anyone else just start YouTube ? Wanna help each other out by subbing ?

  44. Mohnish Doultani says:

    HP … Okay next video

  45. GT Games says:

    He is the devil

  46. Benjamin Scraps says:

    Why is your 💻 and the link laptop looks completely different🤷🏾‍♂️.I know they upgraded by now but I like the style of yours.Is there anyway you could give a link to your exact laptop you have.

  47. Christopher Binigay says:

    Was here to know which pc laptop is best to use or buy. Not learning how to edit. We know your smart already.

  48. Ian Gondwe says:

    Am planning to buy today which one is the best.

  49. Dacteo says:

    Can you make a video with something I can afford?

  50. Dan Winter Gaming says:

    mine is a dell inspiron

  51. surendra soni says:

    Hello Sir'

  52. Austin lord Tennyson says:

    basicallly he is telling every numbers should be big

  53. TONE says:

    HP 2019 Newest Premium Pavilion 15.6 Inch Touchscreen Laptop (Core i3-7100U/i5-7200U up to 3.1 GHz, 8GB/12GB/16GB/32GB RAM, 128GB to 1TB SSD, 1TB/2TB HHD, Bluetooth, DVDRW, Webcam, Windows 10) is it good enough for after effects guys ?

  54. Michael Balsley says:

    Thank you so much for your info!!! Went to CUK right after your video and worked with them on a super sweet computer that will make Mystic1245 videos sing. I know his Christmas will be awesome. Had we gone to apple it would have been 3 times more expensive.

  55. silentj624 says:

    i just wanna edit videos and play the sims. why you gotta cost so much? lol

  56. Michelle Castano says:

    Can you please recommend a laptop for someone that is trying to start a YouTube channel and needs it for editing and school? Thank you I love your videos

  57. crazy motorcycle nut says:

    I using my 4k dell laptop

  58. Al Gollas says:

    I have the Alienware 15R4 i9 6 Core GTX 1070 OC with 32 GB DDR RAM and 2TB SSD 2TB HHD I just added a 3rd SSD card 1TB for some extra space. This is perhaps the fastest laptop as I type this message.

  59. Chelli B says:

    Hey guys. Helpful tips. Looking forward to a 2019 version. It would really help to list the tips with pop up boxes. A lot of this lingo …I am so lost lol. Basically can you make it tht a first time buyer can pick up what your are saying and have like a bullet point pop up, bam bam bam 16gb ram da da da (having tht visual would help) and we (your viewers) could take tht list (or click on updated Amazon linls) and feel empowered with the knowledge before dropping $1500 or whatever. I really like you guys at Think Media. I like what you put out and feel like you really wanna help people. Also I have come to trust what Sean says….I just need to understand what all tht laptop talk means and see the words. The only reason I picked up the 16gb ram is the subtitles where on. Merry Christmas. Happy New Year.

  60. elifancier says:

    hi can you tell me what is the best laptop for video blog edit and buisness from dell?

  61. Tzadeck says:

    I hate how everyone misuses the phrase 'color accuracy.' Just because your monitor can display a lot of colors doesn't mean that the colors are accurate. I have a Dell XPS 15 9750, which has great color coverage, but actually the color accuracy is not good at all right out of the box–you gotta use an external device if you want to calibrate a monitor like this to be accurate.

  62. أبو عبد الرحمن 10 says:

    Thank you
    Have you upgraded the SSD m.2 storage disk to nvme

  63. Digital Spectrum says:

    Macbook Pro definitely tops our list

  64. OriginTv says:

    But an 8gb RAM laptop should do for basic editing right??

  65. MeltingPlayer says:

    How about under age people of billions I can’t say I’m using microphone to say but can you use I don’t bug my squeaky squeaky bench is not working it works there OK I’ll try to do you know what never mind doesn’t work and other computers like the H&P something something something something

  66. DJ Naydee says:

    lol sucks that you originally thought you purchased a 4k 17inch laptop when its just 1080p.

  67. Shantanu Mishra says:

    I used to love HP. I never even looked at other laptops. But after using it for 7 years. I am never buying it again.

  68. Rhye_guy says:

    Buy a Mac if you want simple.

  69. Waves Tarot says:

    Im furiously taking notes haha im off to buy a new laptop tomorrow! Thanks for the advice!

  70. Nicholas Moreno says:

    Great review! Keep up the good work! Appreciate your positive contribution to society!

  71. BBQ Ablog says:

    Thanks for the advice

  72. Mastiff Myths, Legends and Lore says:

    Speed is not good I lost everything due to speed

  73. 0JustLook says:

    I kno this vid is old but you did a great job. Greatly appreciate all your work.

  74. lynn elliot says:

    for a new person on your site, i dont understand a word you are saying. its like a foreign language coming out, with no explanation of the funny words. You should be doing your show for advanced people

  75. Juan Alfonso Solís says:

    hi do u have another 17 inch alternative a bit cheaper for video editing? thanks

  76. অনুভব করিতে চাই says:

    please tell some video and photo editing app??

  77. Progress for America says:

    Hey with these high powered laptops used for video editing, is it ok to use web browsing while having these video editing applications open? if so what do I need to keep in mind, like how often do I need to clean out the temporary internet files, cookies, etc. thanks

  78. Anytube By Shrawan K Choudhary says:

    howz i7 8th gen with 1070 gtx, 120hz refresh rate with tn panel (no other option in msi rider) laptop for 4k editing?

  79. Mike Focused says:

    I had an HP Pavilion 15.6in and it was the worst laptop I ever had so I can't agree with this choice at all

  80. Nurudeen Abdul-Karim says:

    Why does everyone have a different meaning for IPS display. This guy said 'In Panel Switching'. Some books say 'In Plane Switching'! Yet I've heard another guy say 'In Position switching'!!

  81. jManraM says:

    I thought the iPad and LumaFusion are the best and fastest!

  82. vance44 says:

    ok so here's a question … for 4k editing if you dont have a laptop or desktop with a 4k monitor or display do you have to have one in order to open hevc files or is it just the machine that has to support those files and formats to work ? … i want to make sure that whatever i get is going to support those high hevc files and play them … thanks!

  83. Luis in the kitchen says:

    1like & 1comment = sub

  84. Umar AlFarooq says:

    I can tell that you are a bit out of your element on this one.

  85. Arpik Kauki Alaku says:

    You talk for so long please don’t talk long

  86. BonAidal says:

    I fall sleep while listening to you!!!!talk too much..

  87. whateverpossessedyou vlog says:

    I think whatever ur pocket tell you

  88. Lone Wolf says:

    I have an hp pavilion

  89. Amee Genius says:

    Sean this is the clearest video on specs for a lay person looking for a good computer. Can these specs work for a desktop too? I can confidently go and search for my desktop n laptop and know exactly what to ask for. Thank you so much!

  90. My Youtube Channel says:

    Whats a good lightweight video editing laptop for traveling??

  91. KARA PUMA says:

    first 0:09 second I paused you, bro, you shoving your teeth and whole mouth moving your eyes and hand very weird I can't handle that that's the reason I am OUT

  92. blackericdenice says:

    I use a $400 5 year old HP Pavilion 17 inch and Windows movie maker to run my 1000 plus video channel.

  93. Felixemma Highway says:

    17inch ips
    Ryzen 5 2.1ghz
    16gb ram
    4gb ddr5 ati radeon
    512gb ssd + 1tb hdd 7200rpm

  94. Romer Brillante says:

    Awesome! This helps me a lot! Thanks!

  95. Cat Boat Adventures says:

    Sean, none of your links worked

  96. Adrian Hermosillo says:

    Do you have another link to this laptop or maybe another similar laptop that you’d highly recommend?? I need to get a video editing laptop ASAP and don’t know what to get please any recommendations all your links said no results

  97. FARLEE FAMILY says:

    Does even know how much is this Laptop! I check the website but they out of stock

  98. Nicole Hope says:

    I have no idea what your talking about..

  99. Cheng Encabo says:

    Got a LENOVO IdeaPad S130-14IGM
    Intel N5000 1.1GHz
    4G
    128SSD
    Is this good or not? Thanks!

  100. Sweet Spot Travel & Lifestyle says:

    I'm looking to upgrade my laptop so I can edit vids and pics etc. Do you have a more recent review video out cause i'm clueless as to what I should look for/ buy?

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