Do folks have any desktop recommendations for upgrading from a laptop to a desktop system for easier post-production? If you use a Mac, what do you find is the best set-up for working with 360? What’s the case for a PC, or are the majority of folks using Macs? I’d love to hear what people find the most conducive to having a lag-free, stress-free workstation…assuming editing 360° video and photos and virtual tours
I had a 2010 MacPro and switched to the latest MacPro and a job that took 4 hours to stitch now stitches within 20 minutes… It was for a 105 shots pano (36 megapixels).
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