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How much to charge for storage?
by Santiago Pilgrim 3 weeks ago
Hi all, I will be charging a client for storing their files from a previous project I have produced for them It's approximately 340gb altogether. For sending them the file I am just going to charge fo
Re: How much to charge for storage?
by Jeff Pulera 3 days ago
Hi Santiago, If you want to alienate your customer, then by all means charge them to put the drive they paid for on your shelf, so that they can pay you to do more editing with the footage on the driv
Cleaner MiniDV tape in SONY camcorder results in error 31:22
by Vanessa Lee 5 days ago
I got a used SONY MiniDV HDV camcorder and was advised to clean the tape heads, I have this cleaning tape wit dummy wheels and a white brush where the tape would be (sorry, you can barely see the whit
Re: Cleaner MiniDV tape in SONY camcorder results in error 31:22
by Jeff Pulera 3 days ago
Yikes, do NOT put that in the camera again...could do more harm than good. You can purchase an actual CLEANING TAPE from Sony that has TAPE in it, not brushes, and it will work wonders. Been using the
Premiere Crashing on DSLR footage
by Nathan McKay 1 week ago
Imported basic DSLR footage into Adobe Premiere CC 2014 and the system immediately crashes. It says Adobe has encountered a serious problem, and crashes. I've tried complete reinstall and restarts mul
Re: Premiere Crashing on DSLR footage
by Jeff Pulera 5 days ago
Hi Nathan, Best practice for using card-based media in Premiere is to copy ENTIRE contents of card to a folder on computer hard drive. All folders should be copied, not just video bits. Then in Premie
Scaling 1080 DSLR footage down to 720, but screening in 1080.
by Isaac Brillant 6 days ago
Hi, I've seen this topic addressed on other threads but havent found an answer to my question... I'm editing a largely talking-heads documentary. We shot most of the interviews on a DSLR in 1080 24fps
Re: Scaling 1080 DSLR footage down to 720, but screening in 1080.
by Jeff Pulera 5 days ago
Hi Isaac, The results of such tests are subjective - what's important is which way do YOU think looks better Would be very easy to run a few test exports and compare them, using the intended final cod
I-Frame Export for hd2sd
by Nate Hanson 7 months ago
Before I post details of my question, let me ask a simple one that may make my question irrelevant: Is HD2SD still necessary (and Jeff Bellune's process http: bellunevideo.com tutvideo.php tutid=12) O
Re: I-Frame Export for hd2sd
by Jeff Pulera 5 days ago
Hi Gary, I can be reached at jeffp at sharbor dot com Thanks Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
Converting from NTSC HD to PAL SD for DVD authoring
by Hemma Kearney 2 weeks ago
Hi, A client of mine was instructed by their agent to film there six DVD fitness videos in NTSC HD (29.97fps) as it will be distributed worldwide. We live in Australia where we use PAL. After days of
Re: Converting from NTSC HD to PAL SD for DVD authoring
by Jeff Pulera 1 week ago
Hi Hemma, PAL DVD players have the capability to play NTSC discs, having built-in conversion to PAL output. Therefore, the general consensus every time this subject comes up in forums, is to simply au
New iMac to NTSC HD Monitor
by Neal Klaeser 3 weeks ago
Just purchased a new iMac with thunderbolt connectivity and was wondering what was the best way to output the program to a NTSC monitor through thunderbolt Can I just connect a thunderbolt to HDMI cab
Re: New iMac to NTSC HD Monitor
by Jeff Pulera 3 weeks ago
Hi Robert, Not a Mac guy, so I need to ask - on the converted HDMI output, is that just the computer screen, or can you actually output video from Premiere and or FCPX I think that is the intent of th
GoPro4 footage to ProRes. Which ProRes ? LT/HQ/4444 ?
by Tal Mor 3 weeks ago
Hi, I have shot aerial drone footage with a GoPro Hero4 Black in 2.7k 60p. Before editing in Premiere Pro CC, I understood that it is better to convert the footage to ProRes. However, which ProRes sho
Re: GoPro4 footage to ProRes. Which ProRes ? LT/HQ/4444 ?
by Jeff Pulera 3 weeks ago
Good advice from Walter, however the GoPro native files do not always play smoothly on some systems as a lot of CPU is needed to decode the clips on the fly. Are you on PC or Mac PC users can't encode
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How to mix video with different formats?
by Dan Smith 3 weeks ago
Hey, new to COW, and new to Adobe Premiere. I am not new to editing, but new to perhaps advanced techniques. I notice that with Premiere, only sometimes when I add video to the sequence for the first
Re: How to mix video with different formats?
by Jeff Pulera 3 weeks ago
You can keep experimenting...or share requested info and likely get a quick solution here ;-) Thanks Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
shortcut to switching left and right channels
by Tom Adams 3 weeks ago
Hi, Is there a shortcut for switching between left and right channels... instead of having to "select track, right click, audio channels, modify clip, change channels, ok, back to editing know what I
Re: shortcut to switching left and right channels
by Jeff Pulera 3 weeks ago
I do this with weddings to switch between shotgun and wireless. Use Razor and put a cut each time you want to switch. Apply "Fill Left" or "Fill Right" to each segment as desired. Drop "Audio Cross Di
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external hard drive
by jeff rinland 4 weeks ago
I want to edit from an External hard drive on a PC with adobe premiere pro. I'm looking for something with a budget of $1200 or less. Can anyone recommend a couple good hard drives to me in that budge
Re: external hard drive
by Jeff Pulera 4 weeks ago
Besides interface as Tim pointed out - What types of footage do you work with Compressed, ProRes, Uncompressed 8-bit, 10-bit That will help determine speed requirements. What are the storage needs - h
BluRay Export in Premier Pro CS6
by Mike Laloe 4 weeks ago
Hi, can anyone recommend the best possible export settings to create a file to burn a file to burn to a BluRay disc This is for a feature-length project that's 72 mins long. Many thanks! Mike Toaster
Re: BluRay Export in Premier Pro CS6
by Jeff Pulera 4 weeks ago
Hi Mike, You can use 2-Pass VBR to optimize quality, sorry I was not more specific. Are you using the 1440x1080 Blu-ray preset You can use 1920x1080, however you're then encoding more data...will comp
Encore 6 DVD Authoring
by Alan Norman 4 weeks ago
I am compiling a DVD for a concert across two discs but having all sorts of problems in exports from Premiere 6 into Encore- Working on Windows 7 What is the recommended pre-set to use for export in p
Re: Encore 6 DVD Authoring
by Jeff Pulera 4 weeks ago
Hi Alan, Encore does not "transpose", it can "transcode" though ;-) Don't add the .m2v and .wav sizes together in your head - .wav files are large, but by default when building the project, Encore is
quick question
by Ben Oliver 4 weeks ago
what is the difference between 1080p29.97 and 1080p30
Re: quick question
by Jeff Pulera 4 weeks ago
PAL is 25 exactly. NTSC was originally 30 frames 60 fields when started back in 1941, when TV was black and white. When they later decided to add color in 1950, they wanted the color video broadcast t
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Video: How was this done?
by Philip James 4 weeks ago
How was this done watch video
Re: How was this done?
by Jeff Pulera 4 weeks ago
This is sometimes accomplished by mounting the camera to the talent using some sort of armature. Used to comic effect in the first "Hangover" film when the guy first woke up and stumbled around. Easy
Output for windows media player from after effects
by Roger Burton 2 months ago
Hi chaps, I have a sequence in After Effects that I need to export for playback on a windows 7 machine plugged into a tv ... it seems that whatever composition settings I use in after effects (I have
Re: Output for windows media player from after effects
by Jeff Pulera 1 month ago
Hi Roger, I know this is an older post, but did you resolve your issues When you say TV, I'm assuming an HDTV flat panel, via HDMI or DVI Most will be full HD, which is 1920x1080 pixels with 1.0 pixel
Extremely Slow USB 3.0 Transfer Speeds
by Terry Nutkins 2 months ago
Hi there, I am transferring large amounts of data (250GB-1.5TB chunks) from 5x 5400rpm 2TB drives to 5x 7200rpm 2TB drives simultaneously (via copy paste in explorer) and the transfer speeds are incre
Re: Extremely Slow USB 3.0 Transfer Speeds
by Jeff Pulera 1 month ago
What enclosure are you using with the drives What RAID mode Thanks Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
VERY simple DV as IO device question
by Rick Neely 2 months ago
Hey Guys, quick question- have an old Sony DV camera that I want to use purely as an io device to feed and analog player (VCR) into via the RCA cables and firewire capture into my mac (via FCP as nati
Re: VERY simple DV as IO device question
by Jeff Pulera 1 month ago
Camera should not matter, but I will say if the camera and source player both support S-Video, that would be preferable to a Composite video transfer. Thanks Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
Audio in Premiere Pro
by jd Huitt 1 month ago
I'm a FCP user that is transitioning over to CS6. I have a video clip that was recorded with just one audio channel. How can I switch it to stereo In FCP, I would just copy the audio clip, make a new
Re: Audio in Premiere Pro
by Jeff Pulera 1 month ago
In the Premiere Sequence, what type of audio track is it If it is a stereo track, and you have audio on say just the left track, then use the audio effect "Fill Left" and it will take that left channe
Extremely long export time
by Marcin Okoniewski 2 months ago
I got some big problems while exporting footage from AME and PP CC 2014. I mean the time of exporting is extremely long. It take 4 hours to export 15 minutes of 1080p footage (with not best quality of
Re: Extremely long export time
by Jeff Pulera 1 month ago
Is the source video 4k or 1080p If you can please post a screen shot of the export panel settings, that may be very helpful in troubleshooting. Have you applied any effects to the video in Premiere So
Sony nx5u .. too many scenes
by tammam almobayed 3 months ago
Hi all .. I bought a new Sony nx5u for wedding & events use .. but I'm facing strange issue .. when i'm shooting it's record a new scene every 10 min .. i don't want that .. I want to make all the sho
Re: Sony nx5u .. too many scenes
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
https: forums.creativecow.net readpost 298 2034 Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
Is the Sony HXR-NX3 worth purchasing - what is the alternative?
by Alan Norman 3 months ago
I am thinking of buying a second NX3 but I got very fed up with the way it splits blocks of recordings into so many sequences and also having a small drop out of sound when joining them together again
Re: Is the Sony HXR-NX3 worth purchasing - what is the alternative?
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
Sorry that I did not see this thread when it first came out! All AVCHD cameras break up long recordings into smaller segments because of file size limitation of FAT file system used to format SD cards
Project exceeds DVD space.
by Nery Romero 2 years ago
After finally finishing the transcoding I was hit with another problem. The project exceeds DVD space. I deleted the slideshow, trimmed the clip back about five seconds (since I can't take more) and m
Re: Project exceeds DVD space.
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
Hi Joe, Using a bitrate calculator, a 2-hour video should be encoded at 4.5 and VBR would provide a better result, for example 2.5 - 4.5 - 7 for low, avg, max. Be careful with motion menus, they can u
Cannot Burn a Blu-Ray or a Blu-Ray Image
by John Perez 2 months ago
Error Message reads: Blu-Ray error: "file already exists , Code 6. Note: Video buffer underflows. Total bitrate is too near = 33,733,700 seconds. Please help. Late on delivering this job. As always th
Re: Cannot Burn a Blu-Ray or a Blu-Ray Image
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
Hi Johnny, From another thread, I believe you are using Vegas to encode, correct What options do you have for Blu-ray, is there a "DVD Architect Blu-ray" preset available Can you post your encoding se
Clips from JVC Camcorder playback error when played on a panasonic
by Mitchell Huie 6 months ago
Hello, not sure where I should have posted this but I have an SD card from someone who recorded clips on their JVC everio Camcorder. It plays back on my Panasonic SDR-S26 but a few random clips have a
Re: Clips from JVC Camcorder playback error when played on a panasonic
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
I know this post is months old, but feel it needs a response. Each camera vendor may use their own variations of AVCHD (or other) recording formats. It is NOT standardized and there should be no expec
Can any one guid me for solution
by Ahmad Fraz 2 months ago
can any one let me know how this can be executed https: www.youtube.com watch v=lyR7Dw-L8rU thanks in advance.
Re: Can any one guid me for solution
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
How to execute WHAT To put a title on screen Please be more specific. Thank you Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
Imported MPEG Corrupt
by John Perez 2 months ago
I rendered my MPEG-2. When I play it it's fine, but when I import it into Encore CS6 it has red image at head and tail and is terribly out of sync. What am I doing wrong As always thanks so much to yo
Re: Imported MPEG Corrupt
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
For Blu-ray, choose a BLU-RAY preset then. While you can use MPEG-2, my preference would be to look at Blu-ray presets under the H.264 format, as H.264 is a newer, more efficient codec. Thanks Jeff Pu
Burning DVD with movie longer than 120 min
by Bobby Hall 2 months ago
I want to burn a DVD with a VIDEO_TS folder I have of a ripped movie (it's under 4GB). I know recordable DVDs can fit movies longer than what they say (120 minutes) but I wasn't sure how much longer b
Re: Burning DVD with movie longer than 120 min
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
The minutes thing on blank DVD media is just advertising, there is no 120 minute "limit" on the disc. Lower the bitrate and put 3 hours or more on the disc if you want. The quality will suffer, but ca
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Text superscript ans symbols?
by Esther Casas 2 months ago
Hello! I am creating text in premiere CS6 and copying and pasting a registered symbol mark from word doc does not work... I know I can move the R symbol myself, but this this is for an important clien
Re: Text superscript ans symbols?
by Jeff Pulera 2 months ago
Sorry, no idea on Mac workflow Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
Best Method To Convert VHS To DVD
by Jackie Luffy 7 months ago
Hey all, I have the Pinnacle Video Transfer too, its one where it writes the video straight to usb, I have to say though I am not pleased at all with it, not only does the "best" setting have noticabl
Re: Best Method To Convert VHS To DVD
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Jackie, You will get what you pay for with the cheaper "capture" solutions unfortunately. If your computer has a "Firewire" port, also known as 1394, or you have a desktop computer to which you can
does blank media affect video quality ?
by kathreen anachioti 4 months ago
good afternoon to all, i am not quite sure if my question is in the right place please, i wish to ask if blank media like dvcam, sd card have any affect on the video recording quality assuming that we
Re: does blank media affect video quality ?
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Kathreen, In the days of analog video recording, such as VHS and 8mm, tape quality could and did make a difference. A higher-quality tape would be capable of recording "more signal" to the tape, pr
Is SDI SDI no matter the source?
by Doug Normington 4 months ago
I work for a non profit public affairs organization. We currently shoot HDV and feed the edit system from a HDV deck from the SDI output. This system then routes the SDI to a switcher and the SDI outp
Re: Is SDI SDI no matter the source?
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Doug, The HD-SDI signal coming out of a camera deck is "uncompressed". Regardless of what compression format was used in the camera deck, such as HDV, XDCAM, AVCHD, that format is uncompressed duri
How install codecs to Adobe Media Encoder Manually?
by Alejandro Castan 3 months ago
Hi I am interested in exporting AVI files(Divx,Vdix codec)from Adobe Media Encoder and I would like to install them by ffdshow software, for it, Could anybody say me into what folder should I install
Re: How install codecs to Adobe Media Encoder Manually?
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Alejandro, My experience with Windows codecs has always been to simply run the codec installer and then that codec is available to render to from ANY app on the PC that can export video. Meaning yo
Can't make an H264 blu-ray that works
by Jerel Peterson 3 months ago
I have tried this off-and-on for several years, and tried again today, but I have NEVER once gotten an BD disc to work when I exported the video from Premiere using H264 Blu-Ray. They either skip the
Re: Can's make an H264 blu-ray that works
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Jerel, As with making DVDs in the old days, home-burned Blu-rays can have compatibility issues with some players and media brands. Not every player likes burned discs, or may need a firmware update
Using Canon XA20 to stream to Flash Media Live Encoder
by Bridget Brown 3 months ago
Hi, quick question. I've streamed to FMLE before but not with this camera (Canon XA20). The outputs are an AV mini terminal for composite video and audio using a four pole 3.5 mm mini jack and a mini
Re: Using Canon XA20 to stream to Flash Media Live Encoder
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Bridget, To get HD video out of the camera, you definitely want to use the HDMI output. You can use a video capture device such as Matrox MXO2 Mini or BlackMagic Intensity Pro to get the HDMI signa
Hdv reuses tape recovery!
by Cosmin Pusc 7 months ago
I had an event were I used sony hdv tapes and a sony z1 camera. I recorded four hours of material on reused tapes. Before it started I've rewinded the tapes and inserted bars at the beginning. I've re
Re: Hdv reuses tape recovery!
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Your first thought will be to blame used tape, however I've re-used countless hundreds of DV HDV tapes since the late 90s to present without issue, many of them multiple times, and certainly without t
Aspect ratio mess
by ellen osborne 3 months ago
I have a .MOV file that I have created in Premiere Pro CC. It is 1920 x 1080. I am trying to burn a SD DVD with it. I imported it into Encore 6 as an .mov file. When I burn the video it comes out huge
Re: Aspect ratio mess
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Hi Ellen, What is the source of the footage HD video is normally going to be 1080 HD (1920x1080) or 720p (1280x720), both of which neatly work out as a 16:9 ratio. However, I see that your source is 2
What is Premiere Pro actually doing when it imports a file? Or, why does this take more than a second?
by Jimmy See 3 months ago
I'm just curious because I understand premiere imports in a pretty similar manner to FCP 7, where it simply creates 'clips' that act essentially like aliases in that they simply link to the media wher
Re: What is Premiere Pro actually doing when it imports a file? Or, why does this take more than a second?
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
Audio is all over the place. Many formats, and among those formats, many variations of bits and sample rates. 12-bit 32k, 16-bit 44k, 16-bit 48k, mono versions, etc etc. So my guess is that Adobe is c
60p not playing in Premiere Pro 5.0
by Vincent Rocchio 3 months ago
I'm having problems with some footage that was shot at 60p playing properly in Premiere. The footage loses audio synch. It's a 12 minute clip and somewhere at 4 minutes its a good 5 seconds out of syn
Re: 60p not playing in Premiere Pro 5.0
by Jeff Pulera 3 months ago
If editing 60p material with the intent of delivering 30p, I would just edit in a 30p sequence and export as 30p then. Of course, assuming Premiere can accept the format you are providing and it sound
Frame size issue - Media encoder
by Kathie Andersen 4 months ago
Hello, I am having an issue with a few video clips in a large project. These clips are not maintaining the frame size that was specified created in Premiere Pro. That is, these clips are full frame in
Re: Frame size issue - Media encoder
by Jeff Pulera 4 months ago
Hi Kathie, What Ryan said. Seems that you are starting with PAL-format video, but I don't get why the 768x480 conversion - for what purpose 768x480 is not any type of standard format. HOW are you conv
Fade to black inside Sony DSR PD150?
by Vincent Strader 4 months ago
Friend of mine called asking if he could achieve a fade to black inside the camera. I said most likely not since that might be more of a consumer cam feature, but I am not familiar with SONY. If there
Re: Fade to black inside Sony DSR PD150?
by Jeff Pulera 4 months ago
Put the IRIS in manual mode and slowly close it down using the thumb wheel. I believe that camera adjusts exposure in steps, so the "fade to black" will not be perfectly smooth. Thanks Jeff Pulera Saf
Adobe Premiere CS6
by Chad MacKenzie 6 months ago
Hi all, A little confused when exporting this video because it looks interlaced and a little blurry. My sequence settings are: DSLR - 1920 x 720 - Square aspect ration My export settings are H.264 - V
Re: Adobe Premiere CS6
by Jeff Pulera 5 months ago
Is your source 1920x1080 or 1280x720 You said 1920x720 which I assume to be a typo. Is the footage natively 23.97 If you can post a screen grab of the Export setting panel that will be helpful in trou
Fastest way to encode DVD to prores on OSX.
by Karel Voners 5 months ago
Hi, I'm have to encode a lot of found footage that comes from DVD's and I have to get everything into Prores. Right now I'm using MpegStreamclip but it's not multi threaded. Adobe Meda Encoder doesn't
Re: Fastest way to encode DVD to prores on OSX.
by Jeff Pulera 5 months ago
You can copy the .vob files from DVD to hard drive, import into Premiere, put clips on timeline and Export. Note there is no ProRes export on PC, will need the Mac for that. Thanks Jeff Pulera Safe Ha
Best render settings for 1080p HD YouTube upload.
by Sam Alderson 6 months ago
Hi there, Just wondering what is the best render settings of two options for me to get an HD 1080p H.264 with AAC audio, for uploading to YouTube. Should I render it out of After Effects with VBR 1-pa
Re: Best render settings for 1080p HD YouTube upload.
by Jeff Pulera 6 months ago
John is right, export to a quality intermediate and then use AME for the H.264 encode. I don't know if you're on PC or Mac, with Mac you can use ProRes to create a master file. On PC, the Avid codec c
NTSC Vs PAL & BluRay
by Farhan Ali 6 months ago
Hello everyone, recently I've been using AME for rending my project files from AE. When it comes to selecting NTSC or PAL, does it really matter what option I choose as when it comes to authoring usin
Re: NTSC Vs PAL & BluRay
by Jeff Pulera 6 months ago
Export options from After Effects can be limited, and I've seen online complaints about H.264 quality when exporting from AE. Probably best to use a high-quality intermediate codec to export from AE,
Sony HXR - MC1500 Colour Trouble
by Joseph Overvliet 8 months ago
This camera is my current nightmare. Currently we have a major issue with its colour. What we have is a 3 camera ISO system with 2 other sony ax2000E's. Those other sony's are amazing, however the mai
Re: Sony HXR - MC1500 Colour Trouble
by Jeff Pulera 7 months ago
Add a good ND filter maybe Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers
GFX Card question
by Gina Sarentino 8 months ago
Hey all, i have an HP z620 with a nvidia k2000 2gb graphics card installed. Lets say I buy another 2gb nvidia graphics card will they work together Any advice will be appreciated thanks.
Re: GFX Card question
by Jeff Pulera 7 months ago
Just spent a bunch of time checking and I can't find where it says anything about which display card is recommended next to a Tesla. Apparently not an issue Weak documentation.... Jeff
DVD Architect Pro 6
by Micheal Bemma 8 months ago
Hello, So I use Vegas and DVDA, submitted a dvd and got back this report. we require a DVD to be authored with the main feature contained entirely in a single Video Title Set (VTS). It appears your di
Re: DVD Architect Pro 6
by Jeff Pulera 8 months ago
Submitted to who - replicator duplicator How was it submitted Many places now accept a DVD-R master and just duplicate it and likely would not be performing any analysis which leads me to believe you
DRM - DVD LabPro2
by ro leon 9 months ago
Hello everyone, I need your help THIS IS URGENT!!! I use DVD LabPro2 to author a DVD. I need to add DRM. How can I do it I am looking forward to hearing from you. Regards, R. A.
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Re: DRM - DVD LabPro2
by Jeff Pulera 8 months ago
Hi Rocio, This has long been debated, but basically there is no way to do this at home. This is something that can be done by a replication company. Also seems to be a waste of money, since any 10-yr-
Faster DVD authoring: RAM vs SSD
by Dorian Cantor 9 months ago
Hope this isn't a dumb questions: Currently I'm running on a 2012 Summer 13" i5 MBP with 500gb HD and 8GB RAM. When I have to instantly burn footage I've just shot to a DVD, I use FCPXs instant DVD bu
Re: Faster DVD authoring: RAM vs SSD
by Jeff Pulera 9 months ago
First things first, it is ALWAYS recommended to use a fast, dedicated drive for video editing, not the system drive as that has the OS and the software apps competing for access. So you can change you


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