HD editing on notebook jerky - Helps a 2nd hard drive?
Frage von VA_Pechstein: Oktober 2009
my boss bought me a new notebook, with whom I would like to make synonymous DV editing. We often rotate with the SonyEX-3 (ie in full HD). The notebook Acer 8730g 644g32bn. Intel Centrino Core 2 Duo T6400 (2.0GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB), 4096MB DDR2, NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT with 1024 MB VRAM, with Vista 32bit and Adobe Suite CS4. For HD editing films for a few seconds to run smoothly and s.dann it stops totally. The notebook has only a 320GB Fetsplatte with 5400rpm. Would I be able to work better if I also faster 2.hard drive system? Or does not that something?
Thank you for your answers, Matthias
Antwort von RickyMartini:
The CPU with the slack 2Ghz spoil you the mood! There should be at least a C2D with 2,5 Ghz, so that what there doing useful - especially when it comes to 35MBits AVCHD and MPEG2. For HD video a calculator can never be fast enough.
Antwort von froggy:
First of you need to schaun: You have a 32 bit system. It does not support 4GB of RAM, synonymous when Vista displays the kind. Should be something around the 3.2 GB. While it depends of the graphics card can be even less (even if the graphics card has its own video memory).
The processor is synonymous a little thin. That s.der hard drive is, I hardly think so. If the video material, perhaps 30 Mbit / s has are, then the 4-5 megabytes / s. This should create synonymous ne 5400 hard drive.
Possibly. are there any plugins, so that your premiere the Sony format better supported. Otherwise, it is likely as with the AVCHD editing. The kannste synonymous forgetting absolute computational Boliden. Or do your walk over an intermediate format, such as the Panasonic P2 stuff. This can be cut with ordinary hardware nor reasonable. But I doubt that it makes sense for the Sony material.