Hi and thanks for your quick reply.
So, how does this affect in the film-editing? Is it just slower or what?
Is there anything available for 1000€?`
dont panic yet....first of all, PPro is geared to provide BEST performance on a Windows machine with ONLYan Nvidia DEDICATED GPU....NO " integrated" graphics. The adobe forums are FULL of unhappy Mac users who are having constant problems because of incompatibility between their OS and PPro.
The GOOD news is that a properly equipped Windows setup can be MUCH cheaper than an inferior Mac setup. Forget Apple,forget AMD-ATI products.
Canon DSLR footage is one of the most compressed, and most difficult video codec for a CPU to handle. However, if you use ONLY the NEWEST version of PPro CCloud 2014, you will get the benefit of a recent MAJOR improvement that specifically improved performance for the Canon codecs.
As an example,, I edit these codecs like BUTTER on an Asus G750JW laptop that I bought refurbished for almost half price...$850. I DID have to upgrade it by adding memory for another$170 to bring it to 24 GB, from the original 8. AND I had to replace the WORTHLESS 5400 rpm original hard drive with a Crucial M500 SSD for $280. .Now, this machine FLIES......it edits four ideo tracks loaded with effects EASILY, at full resolution and using an external monitor !!! Read more on this forum and look at the PPBM7 website to learn more about the approprate harware for PPro and After Effects.
4GB of ram is not enough for Premiere especially with GPU acceleration and no where near enough for AE. AE has a very large memory profile. GPU acceleration in Premiere requires allot of ram. The Intel graphics will not give you GPU acceleration but you still need atleast 8GB of ram for any real HD editing or the experience will be significantly degraded. Premiere performance will already be significantly less btw without the GPU acceleration. AE will be significantly handicapped performance wise by both the dual core and 8GB of ram. You will be able to work but the experience probably wont be very good. 4GB however is absolutely way to low and you will likely run into problems.