Video and photo editing

  krach 10:00 17 Jul 06

I am hoping to buy a computer from They are adervertising the following graphics cards

Onboard video
ATI Radeon 9250 128MB TV-OUT - Add £24.00 (incl. VAT)
ATI Radeon 9250 256MB DVI TV-OUT - Add £31.00 (incl. VAT)
ATI Radeon 9550 256MB DVI TV-OUT - Add £35.00 (incl. VAT)
NVidia FX5200 128MB TV-OUT - Add £24.00 (incl. VAT)
NVidia FX5500 256MB DVI TV-OUT (Recommended) - Add £34.00 (incl. VAT)

Would NVidia FX5500 256MB DVI TV-OUT be good enough for my JVC HDD, 20 GB camcorder?

I want to do vedio editing e.g putting music in the backgroundand. What software one needs?. Can anybody Help?

  johnnyrocker 11:09 17 Jul 06

xp comes with windows movie maker which has been recommended here before, also you can try photostory for windows


  krach 11:43 17 Jul 06

Thanks johnney, but is the graphics cards good enough?

  De Marcus™ 12:28 17 Jul 06

Just about any graphics card is good enough, video editing is cpu and memory intensive, onboard graphics will lend memory from the system, not a good idea when your editing footage, the fx5500 will serve you well, but won't play the latest games if you plan on this in the future.

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