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2022's 5 Best-selling Video Editing Laptops

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2022's 5 Best-selling Video Editing Laptops

2022's 5 Best-selling Video Editing Laptops

For those who desire the finest laptops for video editing, not just any portable will do. Even if you splash out on the most powerful laptop, it won't guarantee that you'll have the greatest tool for cutting, color grading, and producing your films. Yes, you will want strong internals, particularly a powerful graphics card and quick memory.

However, if you're a pro, you'll need a higher-end model to run apps with high hardware needs, such as non-linear video editors like Adobe Premiere or DaVinci Resolve. Non-linear editing is a type of offline editing for audio, video, and images. The original text is not changed when editing is done offline. Non-linear editing uses specialist software to specify and alter modifications.

There are still a few things on the list, though. It is necessary to use a monitor with excellent contrast, high brightness, and the proper color space (for video editors and colorists, Rec. 709 and DCI-P3 are pretty much the industry standard). Even if you have a monitor you can connect your laptop to, its display should be sufficient for use when you're out in the field or traveling.

Pick a laptop that is compatible with the applications you often use, like video editors, DVD burning software, and video converters.
These laptops have been compared based on a number of criteria, including size, GPU power, RAM capacity, and whether or not the storage is enough (and expandable). We also took into account the video resolution, networking capabilities, and how quickly the devices boot up.
2022's 5 Best-selling Video Editing Laptops 

1. HP Omen 15 Gaming Laptop
Because modern games need a lot of CPU, RAM, and GPU resources, gaming laptops are great for video editing. Despite being aimed towards gamers, it features a business-like matte black exterior that is suitable for use in the workplace. Its two video outputs, an HDMI and a Mini-Display connector, will appeal to filmmakers because they allow them to connect to a wide range of monitors and TVs.

This laptop is half the price of the most expensive workstation-level laptops, with an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor with eight cores, which is well suited for processor-intensive video editing workloads, and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 GPU, which will provide an additional speed boost when rendering videos because Adobe Premiere now supports GPU-assisted encoding and decoding.

With a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, you can review footage up to 2K in stunning clarity, and its 15.4-inch 2K (QHD or quad high definition) display will let video editors make the most of advanced tools like DaVinci Resolve and others.

With one USB-A port, an integrated SD card reader, a Gigabit Ethernet connector on the left side opposite the HDMI port, and charging and headphone ports, it is quite expandable. A USB-C port, two USB-A connections, and a Mini-DisplayPort are all located on the right.

2. MacBook Pro 16-inch (2021)
The larger of Apple's new Pro laptops, powered by either the 10-core M1 Pro or M1 Max SoC, has nearly all of the horsepower you could desire in a notebook (system on a chip). Because it is a system on a chip, you get either 16 or 32 cores to handle your graphics in addition to the 8 performance cores and 2 efficiency cores of processing power. With up to 64GB of RAM (32 if you go with the M1 Pro), this beast will comfortably tackle any project you throw at it. Because the SSD can be extended to up to 8TB of capacity, you may avoid carrying along an external drive for storage. If you're interested,

The stumbling stone of the MacBook Pro 16-Inch (2021) lies primarily in its price. There are other options on this list that are less expensive than the 16-inch model if this is too much power for you in a computer. With a weight of 4.7 pounds (2.1 kilograms), it is a little bit heavier and less portable than the 14-inch model and many of the other possibilities.

There is much more to it than just the enhanced M1 chip performance, though, assuming you're willing to invest the additional money and put up with the increased weight. The gorgeous mini-LED XDR display has a maximum brightness of 1600 nits and is a straightforward screen to use.

3. Dell Latitude 7424
If you have to edit footage outside, you can come across hazardous or rainy conditions. A powerful laptop could be useful in that situation. They are made to function reliably in industrial, building, and military applications because of their thicker, tougher casings.

Dell surpassed all expectations in making this monstrosity of technology go through daunting impact testing following a six-foot drop, and it has an IP-65 water resistance rating, which means it is protected from low-pressure water jets coming from any direction, water condensation, and water spray.

Thanks to its multi-touch Full-HD display with up to 1000 nits of brightness, you can also operate in direct sunlight. You'll probably want to connect it to a larger external monitor because of its tiny 14-inch screen, and its abundance of connectors makes this possible: The secondary connections, VGA or DisplayPort, are optional, and USB-C is also an option. HDMI is also provided.

Like with other Dell systems, you can utilize its online configurator to have the computer of your choice customized with more storage or connections. Up to three detachable M.2 SSDs with 3TB of capacity are supported. A second battery is required after the discrete AMD GPU is added to replace the integrated Intel HD graphics.

If it's not necessary, you may delete the internal 4G LTE modem from the default setup to save even more money. A fingerprint reader and a smartcard reader are further optional features.

The company (Dell) states 2GB as the minimum video memory requirement for their NLVE, thus this machine narrowly meets that criterion. The only restriction with this system is if you use Adobe Premiere.

4. Lenovo ThinkPad P17 Mobile Workstation
This is, in fact, a mobile workstation. It can be expanded to lengths that a standard laptop cannot. This machine, for example, has four sockets, whereas most laptops only have one or two RAM connections or memory soldered to the mainboard. There are two M.2 NVMe SSD slots accessible as well.

Do you need to edit 4K video at 60 frames per second on two 4K monitors? Yes, no problem. This beast accomplishes all of this and more thanks to its 17.3-inch anti-glare screen with 3840 x 2160 resolution and bright, realistic colors. The version we chose includes 64GB of RAM, which more than doubles the recommended settings for Davinci Resolve, the king of high-end non-linear video editors (16GB minimum, 32GB recommended).

This laptop is available with a variety of CPU configurations, including Intel Core CPUs and Xeon processors. Similarly, Nvidia Quadro GPU choices are available. One common configuration for video editing is to purchase it with two 2TB SSDs; OPAL encryption is also available. Lenovo's online configurator allows you to go wild.

It has four USB-A 3.2 (Gen 1) connectors, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, and HDMI 2.0 ports for expansion. It has its own power outlet due to its power requirements.

Although the battery life is limited, have you seen how big this monster is? It is an adjustable desk. The 15.6-inch ThinkPad P15 is a better choice if you need to carry it around in a backpack, but for a video editing workstation that will probably stay stationary and plugged into AC for the majority of your video editing session, the power and flexibility of editing 4K video on a 17-inch screen can't be beat.

5. Razer Blade 14
Look no farther than the Razer Blade 14 for the ideal combination of power and mobility. With AMD's newest CPU and NVIDIA's RTX3070 discrete GPU, it weighs less than four pounds and has a great 14-inch display (1.77 kg).

Although advertised as a gaming laptop, it has a sophisticated and professional-looking CNC machined black aluminum casing. It boasts a stunning Quad-HD display, often known as 2K or QHD, and measuring 2,560 by 1,440 pixels.

The combination of this laptop's potent eight-core AMD processor and Nvidia's GPU gives it the processing capacity necessary to smoothly handle even the most demanding non-linear video editors. Speaking of which, the RAM cannot be upgraded by the user, which is the sole drawback. The SSD can be easily accessible and updated, which is fantastic news.

It has two USB 3.2 Type A sockets, two USB-C 3.2 connections with charging capabilities, and a convenient HDMI port for external displays, so it is expandable in that regard. However, some users may find it annoying since the USB-C connections do not support Thunderbolt.

Last but not least, this system is also offered at a lower cost with a 1080P screen and an RTX 3060 for those on a tight budget. With all of its options, it is a fantastic workhorse for video editing that is just 0.66 inches thick and portable.

Conclusion
When purchasing a laptop for video editing, there are a few important features to consider. Of course, the better the technology, the smoother and more responsive your editing experience will be.

The Intel Core i7 product series is a fantastic place to start when looking for a system with a strong multicore CPU. A powerful processor will also provide you with a fluid experience while dealing with today's popular formats and creative features like multi-camera and 360° video capabilities. You should also make sure the device has a sizable and fast SSD storage drive that can read and write large video files without any hiccups, because 4K video might result in enormous file sizes.

Look for a PC with between 16GB and 32GB of RAM to keep things running smoothly while editing videos. Of course, a 64-bit version of Windows 10 is required.

Then, for faster processing and editing in general, go for the most recent NVIDIA GeForce RTX or GTX series, as well as Intel Iris or HD Graphics. The majority of modern graphics cards will support HEVC, allowing you to use this cutting-edge video format in your work.

Since many notebooks default to power-saving features while they're operating on batteries, which might reduce performance, users either plug in their laptops or modify the power settings for maximum performance. Although the battery life may be reduced, the quicker processing will result in an excellent editing experience.

  Jul 11, 2022       by eev-hastings       148 Views

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