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Assuming that you are using final cut pro or iMovie, Apple does a really good job of optimizing their software for each of their computers. I would suggest the mid-spec 21.5 inch 2018 iMac with the storage option set to fusion drive. I would recommend this because it has a quad-core i5 and 2gb gddr5 graphics memory so you will be able to edit videos pretty well without leaving you bankrupt. I would suggest you upgrade to a fusion drive because the standard hard drive is very slow for a new computer. The Fusion drive combines a hard drive and an ssd so you will have quick boot times but a lot of storage for your video projects. As for memory, you can leave it stock with 8gb, but 16gb will last you longer and is really a better deal.
 
If you are looking to upgrade your current iMac, then unfortunately you can't upgrade the graphic performancegraphics performance, ram, and CPU since that isthose are part of the logic board.
If you are looking to upgrade your current iMac, then unfortunately you can't upgrade the graphic performancegraphics performance, ram, and CPU since that isthose are part of the logic board.
 
[https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/imac?product=MNDY2LL/A&step=config#|iMac]

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Assuming that you are using final cut pro or iMovie, Apple does a really good job of optimizing their software for each of their computers. I would suggest the mid-spec 21.5 inch 2018 iMac with the storage option set to fusion drive. I would recommend this because it has a quad-core i5 and 2gb gddr5 graphics memory so you will be able to edit videos pretty well without leaving you bankrupt. I would suggest you upgrade to a fusion drive because the standard hard drive is very slow for a new computer. The Fusion drive combines a hard drive and an ssd so you will have quick boot times but a lot of storage for your video projects. As for memory, you can leave it stock with 8gb, but 16gb will last you longer and is really a better deal.
 
If you are looking to upgrade your current iMac, then unfortunately you can't upgrade the graphic performance since that is part of the logic board.
 
[https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/imac?product=MNDY2LL/A&step=config#|iMac]

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Postagem original de: Chris O ,

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Assuming that you are using final cut pro or iMovie, Apple does a really good job of optimizing their software for each of their computers. I would suggest the mid-spec 21.5 inch 2018 iMac with the storage option set to fusion drive. I would recommend this because it has a quad-core i5 and 2gb gddr5 graphics memory so you will be able to edit videos pretty well without leaving you bankrupt. I would suggest you upgrade to a fusion drive because the standard hard drive is very slow for a new computer. The Fusion drive combines a hard drive and an ssd so you will have quick boot times but a lot of storage for your video projects. As for memory, you can leave it stock with 8gb, but 16gb will last you longer and is really a better deal.

[https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/imac?product=MNDY2LL/A&step=config#|iMac]

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