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Nurbek Sagynbaev

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April 12th 2012
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can macbook air handle CS6 after effects?
by robin chin 7 years ago
I want to buy a macbook air and see if I can run After effects CS6 on it. Saw a video by Dave Helmey running premiere with a Sonnet Chassis with a Red Rocket through thunderbolt connector, although I
Re: can macbook air handle CS6 after effects?
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 7 years ago
Definitely go with the Pro. I have an early 2011 non-retina Mb Pro 17" i7 2.2Ghz connected to Thunderbolt display and it runs After Effects CS6 perfectly. I imagine newer MB Pro models will even be be
4GB graphics card is very slow for rendering in Cinema4D
by Tim Edits 7 years ago
So recently I bought a new graphics card, (MSI Geforce GT 630 4GB), and I tried to render a scene in Cinema4D, but it took about 6 minutes to render one frame, and thats WAY slower than my older graph
Re: 4GB graphics card is very slow for rendering in Cinema4D
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 7 years ago
Your graphics card is NOT used for render. Only CPU is. Powerful graphics cars comes handy while working with viewports. Final render is CPU only.
Is this green screen footage OK?
by Oliver de Morassé 7 years ago
We are currently testing a Sony PMW-200 video camera. We are shooting at full HD422 1920x1080 25P. Been playing around with the settings. Here 3 test pictures: 1. 20121122_0050. Full auto, ATW 5500K,
Re: Is this green screen footage OK?
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 7 years ago
I just use a plain white A4 paper. It doesn't really matter where in frame it is located as long as it is not lit directly by light source. Your camera seems to get the best white balance in automatic
FYI: Video Copilot products sale
by Jim Scott 7 years ago
For those of you interested in Element 3D, or any other Video Copilot product, AV3 Software (av3software.com) is having a 15% off sale through July 15th. I am not associated with them in any way but h
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Re: FYI: Video Copilot products sale
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 7 years ago
Thanks for the info, Jim! Just ordered Element 3D Pro bundle and standing by for download instructions.
global performance cache computer setup
by Brian Wells 7 years ago
I am about to break the bank to buy a new rig. I am going to buy 4 SSD's, running the first pair in RAID 0 for windows, adobe, and files. The other pair of SSD's I will run in RAID 0 and use for the A
Re: global performance cache computer setup
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 7 years ago
I have done a fair amount of research about SSDs in RAID0 configuration and have come to conclusion that speed gain is not linear. Unlike mechanical HDDs, you do not automatically double read write sp
Has anyone maxed out a MacBook Pro with 16GB ram?
by Maha Mohtaseb 7 years ago
As you know Apple will only upgrade MacBook Pros to 8GB but has anyone maxed out at 16 (which is possible aftermarket) Was it useful Did you see better performance in AE and other programs I've heard
Re: Has anyone maxed out a MacBook Pro with 16GB ram?
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 7 years ago
I have. Using my MB for After Effects and C4D mainly, I have yet to see major performance increase from 8GB. Perhaps it was already fast because of two SSD's. No issues with processor though. Would I
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Macbook Pro 17 hours to render basic video!! How does an 8 core Mac Pro compare to the 12 core?
by Scott Green 8 years ago
Hi, I've been really stressed out that my good old Macbook Pro with 4GB of RAM is no longer adequate for working with After Effects and I desperately need to upgrade. At one point a simple 3 minute vi
Re: Macbook Pro 17 hours to render basic video!! How does an 8 core Mac Pro compare to the 12 core?
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 8 years ago
I would wait a couple of more weeks and see if Apple announces new SandyBridge Xeon bases Mac Pros.
Rendering Gradients in After Effects
by Lisa Schmölzer 8 years ago
Hi everybody, I'm currently working on a project where I used several gradients in the background (I know not the best idea, but they look so nice). I created my project in 16bit and quite obviously t
Re: Rendering Gradients in After Effects
by Nurbek Sagynbaev 8 years ago
H.264 is not the best codec if you want to preserve quality and detail. It also greatly depends on your nitrate settings. Why don't you attach a couple rendered frames in 8 bit TIF format I'll see if
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