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Is it much faster processor 3770 than 3570 ?
by gregory sawik 5 months ago
Hej, i am asking for a quick advice for adobe after effect and premiero pro pc. Buying pc and procesor of choice shred to 2 ones, first is a budget 3570 and second is 3770. In benchmark 3770 is faster
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Re: Why is the FR2-LE field recorder only 12 volts, when phantom power requires 48 volts?
by Richard Crowley 6 months ago
"does this mean that the Zoom F8 is a better field recorder cause you don't have to turn the pre-amps up as high to power the mics, and therefore less gain and less noise floor cause of more power " Y
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Re: Rec 709 issues with AE / Premiere / REsolve
by Walter Soyka 2 years ago
Nicholas Bateman "I haven't brought these into resolve yet, but is this the correct way I should be compositing with that display color turned off " When you use Display Color Management, After Effec
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Chris Wright liked this 2 years ago
Re: Black bars on side when rendering C4K footage
by Tero Ahlfors 2 years ago
It's not about the RAM. It's about the VRAM on the GPU. I don't know what kind of corrections you've made and how much VRAM you have but according to the Geforce page it should have at least 4 gigs. U
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Re: deinterlace originally film footage.
by Jody Bruchon 2 years ago
What happens if you just copy the VIDEO_TS folder from the DVD to the computer and then try to open the first large VTS_xx_x.VOB file within using an MPEG-2 capable media player You should get video.
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Re: Fast RAID recommendation
by greg janza 2 years ago
One question is which flavor of 4k are you dealing with I'm working primarily with 4k footage shot on a Sony FS7 xvac at 240mbps and I can edit and play back in full resolution on my system without is
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Re: deinterlace originally film footage.
by Jody Bruchon 2 years ago
VirtualDub does support MPEG-2 though not with just the stock program. FccHandler's plugins are an absolute must-have for anyone using VDub. You specifically need the FccHandler MPEG-2 plugin and when
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Chris Wright liked this 2 years ago
Settings for faster export / DVD
by Kylie Murphy 2 years ago
Hello! I'm currently trying to export a video and it's taking a very long time. I think I may be going about this the completely wrong way, so feel free to stop me at any moment as I describe what I h
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Re: Why do my shirts always "solarize"?
by Oliver Peters 2 years ago
Are you using curves to grade If so, what happens when you don't use them Have you compared the same shots in other apps - FCPX, Resolve, After Effects, etc. FWIW - if these shots are after grading, t
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Chris Wright liked this 2 years ago
Alien Coversthesameground
by Mark Suszko 2 years ago
A much more coherent plot line than Prometheus, this basically incorporates the movie you WANTED to see - Shaw and David fro Prometheus go to the alien Geneer's Homeworld to ask WTF... -into another b
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Re: Color Banding
by Tero Ahlfors 2 years ago
Phil Lister "This is rhetorical of course, but I would love to know why camera manufacturers don't make prosumer cameras that shoot in 10 or 12 bit color I bet it wouldn't take much to do that!" How
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Re: Premiere Playback / Import problem?
by Jason Trimble 2 years ago
Thanks for your reply and apologies for my unclear statement of the problem. After a couple more hours of research I found that the problem was that Premiere was interpreting the .mts files from the C
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Re: Noise reduction process bombs Audition
by Steve Ford 2 years ago
Yup, I figured it out by trashing the preferences right after I posted... couldn't figure out how to delete the post but thanks for the reply
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Re: Premiere pro performance
by Oliver Peters 2 years ago
I would test the AVCHD option, otherwise transcode it all to ProRes first. I typically keep my cache local and media and project files on the external. Ideally, you should have a second fast external,
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Re: proper machine for Premiere pro
by David Roth Weiss 2 years ago
I'm sure that any new computer with a newer GPU will run circles around what you're cutting on now, but a year from now you'll be wishing you'd waited for the faster GPU. That's just the way it works,
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Re: Computer thoughts
by Jeff Pulera 2 years ago
The 6700 processor came out Q3-'15, while 7700 is new this year (7th gen vs. 6th gen 6700). The Aspire has the newer processor plus an SSD boot drive which is very helpful to overall performance, so i
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Re: Is Premiere Pro a better NLE for editing documentary films?
by Oliver Peters 3 years ago
I would say either FCPX or Premiere Pro are fine. And I am perfectly willing to recommend the latest version of Premiere. I use it all the time on large productions. Does it crash Yes, but not much mo
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Chris Wright liked this 3 years ago
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