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Hardware needs for graphic design, animations, promotion

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mandy24, Feb 4, 2019.

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  1. mandy24

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    What hardware do you need for a team of 3 multi-media developers which are responsible for graphic design, animations, and promotional material? I need a computer configuration that would meet the functions of the team yet the least expensive
    Also, I really need to know what are the TOP two MOST important computer parts you would need to consider for the team computers and why? what general specifications would you recommend

    Thank you very much.
    I only need a very broad answer, I know this isn't much information.
     
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    When you say "animations" do you mean 3-5 minutes long works ? Like for TV ads ? Or are you talking about Jurassic Park feature length movies? What software are you using for that? The software tools's requirement determines the hardware. The software vendor site will give you the specs you need. Animation hardware requirements will trump graphics design requirements, meaning animation s/w has demands for better / more expensive hardware. And what is "promotion material" ? Flyers, computer kiosks?
     
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    64bit OS
    16GB RAM
    i5 or i7 CPU
    System capable of at least two if not three monitors.
    • Monitor 1 - 24" ~ 25"
    • Monitor 2 - 17" ~ 25"
    • Monitor 3 - 17" ( maybe )
    2TB Storage
     
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