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Anybody else running out of memory with CC2015?
by Blaise Douros 4 years ago
Hey all, I am having an issue that is new to me in CC2015; periodically, I run out of application memory, and I get this dialog box (with the exception that Premiere is red, and has the word "Paused"
Re: Anybody else running out of memory with CC2015?
by Brian Cooney 3 years ago
Man.. I did something last month that I thought I'd never do. I bought a PC after using mac since 2001. I actually love it. PPro is rock solid on it. It feels like FCP7 used to on the Mac. After all t
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Ryan Poduska liked this 3 years ago
Remember the old days? :-(
by Brian Cooney 4 years ago
It seems to me and I don't totally blame Adobe, but with things moving so fast OS upgrade after OS revamp, it's no wonder I can't get a real stable editing system that will last and still take advanta
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Robert Withers liked this 4 years ago
Re: Remember the old days? :-(
by Brian Cooney 4 years ago
Very well said! Telly Award Winning Editor and Motion Gfx Artist with MotionFoundry, Inc., Nashville, TN. Former Head of Post Production, Coca-Cola Studios Atlanta, GA.
2014, New Year Resolute: FORUM NAME CHANGE
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
It's 2014. I'll again attempt to push the forum beyond "yea" and "nay", as I feel the potential of this forum is slowly slipping away. I'm not sure who thinks the debate over X is the best catalyst of
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Chris Harlan liked this 6 years ago
Re: 2014, New Year Resolute: FORUM NAME CHANGE
by Brian Cooney 6 years ago
nicely said and truly morbid. :-) I am an FCP7 widower but have found my new love on Adobe Mingle .com . Telly Award Winning Editor, Motion Gfx Artist, Colorist MotionFoundry, Inc. Post: Verizon, GM,
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Andy Field liked this 6 years ago
AE CC on Macbook Pro Retina
by Brian Cooney 6 years ago
I was looking into purchasing a new Macbook Pro for the road but then discovered the RAM is hardwired to the board and only allows 16GB max. Wondering if I should just buy a previous model and be able
Re: AE CC on Macbook Pro Retina
by Brian Cooney 6 years ago
thanks.. so CUDA and Mercury playback engine should be just fine Telly Award Winning Editor, Motion Gfx Artist, Colorist MotionFoundry, Inc. Post: Verizon, GM, Kohl's, 3 Doors Down, L'Oreal, IKEA, Kel
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Alex Gerulaitis liked this 6 years ago
Is Thunderbolt in its present state reliable?
by Brian Cooney 7 years ago
I have a question as to whether or not thunderbolt is a reliable means of connectivity with RAID arrays directly or via mini sas interfacing. My experience with the Pegasus R4 and the Lacie thunderbol
Re: Is Thunderbolt in its present state reliable?
by Brian Cooney 7 years ago
Thanks Alex. Returned my 8TB Pegasus R4.. launching forward with; -OWC Mercury RAID Rack Pro mini-SAS 12TB 4 Seagate Barracudas -NWT MAXPower RAID mini-SAS 6G 2ext -Mercury Helios Thunderbolt PCIe Exp
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Alex Gerulaitis liked this 7 years ago
The Wizard of Oz, Apple, and the future of the MacPro
by Brian Cooney 7 years ago
Thought I'd reach out here and see if anyone had any insight on Apple's plans to develop the MacPro further. I'm in the process of migrating over from Final Cut Studio to Adobe CS6.. particularly PPro
Re: The Wizard of Oz, Apple, and the future of the MacPro
by Brian Cooney 7 years ago
Thnak you. I was waiting for some affirmaiton to switch. I'm seriously looking at the PC market. MotionFoundry, Inc. Video Post Clients: GM, AOL, Kohl's, 3 Doors Down, IKEA, Kelloggs, Toyota, Thomas N
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Alex Gerulaitis liked this 7 years ago
Premiere encoding
by Brian Cooney 8 years ago
I've been using FCP since 2000 and getting poised for having to migrate over to another platform in the coming year or 2. Does anyone know if premiere has something similar to compressor that can be u
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John Schmidt liked this 7 years ago
Re: Premiere encoding
by Hector berrebi 8 years ago
John-Michael Seng-Wheeler "Why exactly " the offline stage of a feature film is long and editing-intensive. people tend to shoot way over 10:1 ratios thats at least 1000 minutes for a 90 minute film
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