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Reicht dieser Mac um AVCHD zu schneiden

Enough for this Mac AVCHD cut



Frage von Res:
Oktober 2010

Hello, we take in 1080/50p and cut on the whole s.einem nifty desktop calculator with Premiere Pro CS5

Now we would like to synonymous cut the go and that's what a MacBook is available and we consider to upgrade it.
Before we do that but I would like to inform me whether the Macbook that creates all then. Rendering happens afterwards s.Desktop calculator.

Existing Macbook:

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
Processor speed: 2.13 GHz
L2 Cache: 3 MB
Ram: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 1.07 GHz

Our thinking was now the Ram upgrade to 4 GB.


If you can cut it 1080/50p AVCHD reasonable?

Looking forward to tips)



Antwort von RickyMartini:

According to my own experience with a notebook with Intel dual core 2.4 Ghz and 4GB RAM (W7x64, PPro CS5) is likely a CPU with 2.13 Ghz be too slow for smooth playback of 1080i timeline material. For 1080p50 ranging from not then anyway.



Antwort von crassmike:

Quote:
According to my own experience with a notebook with Intel dual core 2.4 Ghz and 4GB RAM (W7x64, PPro CS5) is likely a CPU with 2.13 Ghz be too slow for smooth playback of 1080i timeline material.

So you go with me even more with NEM Core2Duo 2x2, 10 GHz and CS5. Even if it's already hard s.der border. The preview quality is slightly worse then stop and the effects and transitions must be rendered, of course - what is needed then synonymous its time.

MfG





Antwort von WoWu:

Quote:
For 1080p50 ranging from not then anyway.

Quite the contrary ... more image information is available, the less the computer requirement.
With 50p you lie so much better than with 25i.
And the question of computing power can be answered only if you know which profiles have been used in AVCH264.



Antwort von Wechiii:

Is always relative, right? ;)

So I think it's possible. 1 track and relatively few effects, at worst picture quality.

Braking is everything the hard drive. As an SSD would be of advantage. I know dss of my MacBook - with the SSD is dss damn cool off!

Love greetings,
Felix



Antwort von Res:

Thanks for all the answers!

"WoWu" wrote:

[...]
And the question of computing power can be answered only if you know which profiles have been used in AVCH264.


how do I find out for which profile was used?
I've got nothing explicitly set, and to simply play the files recorded in 1080/50p video of the camera with the included program "HD Writer AE 2.1.



Antwort von RickyMartini:

"WoWu" wrote:
Quote:
For 1080p50 ranging from not then anyway.

Quite the contrary ... more image information is available, the less the computer requirement.
With 50p you lie so much better than with 25i.
And the question of computing power can be answered only if you know which profiles have been used in AVCH264.

Unfortunately that is not on my notebook so because its CPU utilization rate for 1080p50 footage as opposed to with is simply too high 1080i50.
1080i50/60 represents the notebook at the maximum for a liquid Timeline Playback - with reduced preview settings.



Antwort von WoWu:

In what codec and what NLE?



Antwort von Res:

Camera: Panasonic HDC-SD600
Video formats? AVCHD
Video resolutions EU? AVCHD 1920 x 1080/50p
Max bit rate? 28 Mbit / s
Compression format? MPEG4

On the calculator we copy with the Panasonic HD Writer Æ 2.1

Helps you the next? Otherwise you need me again a little helping hand.



Antwort von WoWu:

Thanks for the info. I know, unfortunately, not the program itself but I have heard, it would be in a bit of manual conversion. If you can behold me, what is it, can get you out, perhaps, because what is really happening with the codec, because it does not coincide with our observation that the computing load increases so.
It rises einwenig, but in relation to double frame rate only slightly and the computer load in the handling of material I can be observed much higher.
It would 'also learn interesting times, in what is being converted.
Change because the file sizes in relation to original file on the card?




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