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Frage von tom800:
August 2006

Hello everybody!

Will I soon be a laptop ussynonymous grow for DV editing. It's about the tiresome (and much-debated) about CPU. The following laptop is my favorites:

The Amilo 1667G
AMD Mobile Athlon 64 4000 + (2.6 GHz)
1GB RAM, 100GB HDD, Mobile Radeon X700 (128MB)
Price: 999 ¬

Since synonymous many systems with Intel Core Duo have slipped into the price range now my question.

Which is better for editing, effects and rendering? A relatively weak 1.6Ghz Core Duo, or the much faster 2.6GHz "mononuclear"? I'm just not sure and'm looking forward to your opinion.

PS: I cut with DV;)

greetings thomas



Antwort von oliver II:

What does it mean I cut with DV? You mean sure you with a DV-camera films.

It would be interesting what software you have envisaged.



Antwort von alexosnasos:

Quote:
What does it mean I cut with DV?

Achso yes. It was actually just to make it clear that I will not HDV m2t (or whatever format synonymous always work). Yes, is filmed with a miniDV camera.

On my current PC I'm working with Adobe Premiere Elements, but left later with one of the better versions of Adobe Premiere Pro, so (1.5 or 2.0, I do not know yet). Aufjedenfall I hope that the cut goes to the laptop better (as with my current PC has AMD Duron 1GHz nen ..).





Antwort von tom800:

Did the previous post my name ... forget smooth :)

For the occasion I've just registered my views.



Antwort von oliver II:

"tom800" wrote:

For the occasion I've just registered my views.


Good done!

Maybe you can help next following thread:

http://forum.slashcam.de/ist-videoediting-with-meinem-notebook-ueberhaupt-moeglich-vp162186.html?sid=334aa7ae488f323d41d3cec01e52ae34 # 162,186



Antwort von tom800:

Well, the thread has not really helped.

Before the case goes in the sand, the question once more concrete:

Is a powerful single-core CPU better than a weak dual-core CPU for effects, real-time editing and Co?
I am clear that last for a desktop PC with Intel Pentium D with 3.2 GHz per core, or similar CPU is the best, but it did not for laptops anyway.

greetings thomas



Antwort von oliver II:

I had read in the thread (fly over), that it may with Athlon processors (your favorite may be) problems. So the link.




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