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jeffcss

Member Since:
August 4th 2011
94 Posts
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Simi Valley, CA
Help choosing a video editing system for a Newbie
by thecarpaperguy 10 years ago
I am looking to get a computer for home movie DTV as well as make short 5 minute videos for a knowledge based web site. I want the best I am going to use but not pay for overkill. I have read the arti
Re: Help choosing a video editing system for a Newbie
by jeffcss 10 years ago
Try digitaljuice.com. Very helpful and they even have some media perfect to enhance your home videos.
Which software to use?
by fp1 10 years ago
Total newbee here. I am creating training videos. I have captured and edited a few videos with Camtasia Studio. Now I need a software to create video CD or DVD with menu buttons linked to the differen
Re: Which software to use?
by jeffcss 10 years ago
You can download free trials of Premiere Elements and or Sony Vegas Movie Studio. These are inexpensive scaled down versions. If you use one of these and then decide you need more you could upgrade to
building a video editing system on budget
by Dan345 10 years ago
Hi, I need to build a system which produce videos, so far i've got a digital camera with fire wire cable, and i need a dedicated computer for my needs. I want the system to capture, edit video and sto
Re: building a video editing system on budget
by jeffcss 10 years ago
You can follow the DIY 6 or DIY 7. I don't know the conversion rate from your currency to USD so don't really know how much you have to spend.
Intel Matrix Storage vs hardware raid card??
by eruption 10 years ago
Hi, I'm having a i7 P6T Deluxe computer put together. Just wondered if there's much difference between going with the Intel Matrix Storage onboard the P6T board compare to using a hardware PCI based r
Re: Intel Matrix Storage vs hardware raid card??
by jeffcss 10 years ago
I know this a late reply, but I use the motherboard based RAID for the O S in a mirror and an Adaptec RAID card for the data. The 5 series. This card is much faster and it gives you a safe RAID 5 or R
Formatting disks in preparation of Raid setup
by ChrisFMA 10 years ago
I am going to reconfig my machine with OS on one drive and media on a raid 0 config. Currently they are in Raid 1 and I am deleting files from that array. When I'm ready to begin rebuilding do I need
Re: Formatting disks in preparation of Raid setup
by jeffcss 10 years ago
After you build the RAID array, your OS or the OS installer will "see" a new drive and then you will format it. Use quick format
Drive Not Recognized??
by ChrisFMA 11 years ago
Hi, I have a system that was originally built with two 250 GB HD's configured in Raid format. The OS and media were stored on this config. I realized after the fact that I should have used the Raid ar
Re: Drive Not Recognized??
by jeffcss 11 years ago
UPDATE: I am building a new PC for my wife and daughter and I decided to switch from non-raid to raid. So I followed my advice above and it didn't work. The latest Intel Matrix driver won't install un
XP pro 64 Bit
by merockyw 11 years ago
I am building a new PC for video and photo editing. I use Premeire CS3 and Photoshot CS3. It will be a duel quad on a tyan board. I know Video Guys recomends XP Pro only but what abour XP 64 bit Will
Re: XP pro 64 Bit
by jeffcss 11 years ago
You need to make sure your new motherboard has all the drivers for whatever O S you are going to use. Personally I had better luck with Vista 64 than XP 64 and I am using Photoshop and After Effects C
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