I would like (my shots; DV / HDV any) of the camera with the help of Pinnacle dubbing studio to the hard drive and then conversion into MPEG and then burn everything to DVD.
Rich as 64MB of onboard graphics?
The 64MB onboard for more extensive edit not enough is clear to me, I'll just copy the material on the PC) and reconversion into MPEG to DVD Burn (; without Berbeiten and without iregndwleche Effects!
Antwort von bernie_r:
I have worked recently with a 5 year old Pentium 4 2.4 Ghz, 1.5 GB RAM and 64 MB of onboard graphics card. I have read with Magix VDL 2004/2005 DV film, edited, cut, etc. .. Everything went wonderfully smooth. Render only the stop lasts. This is my opinion, but not s.der graphics card but s.der old CPU. Greeting Bernie
Antwort von tommyb:
A graphics card is not much to do at the moment in DV editing - but it comes so slowly.
For DV this is irrelevant because of low resolution because the CPU performance is more important.
Antwort von cutaway:
Hi, the following applies for Pinnacle (; according to website)
· Direct X 9 or higher compatible graphics card with 64 MB (, 128 MB recommended) (, 128 MB is required for Studio Ultimate, as it is of VitaScene assumed) - Windows XP
128 MB graphics card is required for Windows Vista (, 256 MB ATI Radeon 9600 or NVidia GeForce 6 or higher recommended) - Windows Vista
· 256 MB is required for HD and AVCHD editing (, 256 MB ATI Radeon 9600 or NVidia GeForce 6 or higher recommended)
Antwort von hallogurke:
So I'm still working with a 32 MB Geforce 2 Mx halt ne onboard, and there had never been any problems.
The main argument is still with CPU and ram might speed records, but not with the graphics card