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8K stereoscopic VR post production

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Posted · Original PosterOP

 

Need to recommending hardware 
Please Has anyone experience with stitching 8K 360 video? from the insta360.

Current workflow is taking a day and a half. 

I want to ask the forum first, or direction, who to look at?

Summary current:
  • Currently editing hardware -> apple pro laptop
  • Current camera hardware -> Insta360 pro2
  • Stitching software->  insta360 stitcher
  • Video editing -> adobe premiere 

 

Dedicated GPU - definitely Nvidea either:
- RTX 2080ti (11GB) or
-RTX Titan (24GB) 
comments very similar cuda cores - processing, yet different very fast GDDR6-ram buffer memory.
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Fast Multithreaded CPU - definitely AMD (consumer or enthusiast level) I'll talk more to that:
  1. "enthusiast level" AMD Threadripper - (TRX40 socket)  - lowest 3960X [$2650]
    assumed Motherboard
    4 Channel memory with 8 ram slots - easy to fill with G.Skill Trident Z 64GB (4x16GB) @ 3200Mhz 
    if you wanted 128GB memory then double cost
    or separate get , for 128GB, 2 times Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB (2x32GB) @ 3200MHz that way 4 slots free
       
     
  2. "consumer" Ryzen 9 - (Socket AM4 3rd Gen) - highest 3950X
    assumed Motherboard 
    Dual channel max 4 slots. G.Skill Trident Z 64GB (4x16GB) @ 3200Mhz or the
 
Enough RAMSo recommended in LLT vids @ 128gb for 8k editing, 
linus's suggestion or 3200MHz listed above
Boot drive / scratch disk / nested clips / proxies 
- Corsair Force Series MP600 PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVME SSD 500GB read 4,950MB/s  or 160% cost 1TB
 
 
 
Mass storage ? question on how we do this depends on ingest capacities.  
Seagate Ironwolf 10TB ST10000VN0008 3.5in NAS Hard Drive 
YET ANYTHING IMPORTANT should not be on 1 drive, is is why a suggestion would be NAS for mass storage, can create $1000USD without HDDs (LTT Video 4k NAS) , thus multi 5x10GB Drives - Seagate Ironwolf pro NAS drives. (separate discussion) once i work out approximate data rate, size.
 
So adding the other parts to finish off the computer case , good quality Seasonic power supply and win10 pro
 
Going down the rabbithole with Puget system with Technology Articles based on software ie premiere 
 
 
 
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