> What laptop do you deem appropriate, in order to cut HDV? > Are the USB 2 - interfaces fast enough to easily cut on Avid (external hard disk)? > If a WSXGA display an effect on the presentation at the intersection? (Software - Avid Xpress Pro HD)
Thank you! Greeting
Antwort von Daigoro:
easy to cut on Avid
Generally, the fastest laptop (so it should be a laptop), you can get. :)
Specifically: the Avid professionals here you are probably better able to help but after the querlesen is something Avid specifically supported in the hardware - if you want to be sure, you should take a look at the hardware Kompatibilitaetliste be.
See: http://www.avid.de/de/products/media-composer/editor/specs.asp "Qualified workstations and notebooks"
Antwort von killerbees19:
All external USB hard disks should be of the speed (10-30MB / s) sufficient (of course depends on the mainboard of the laptop, how fast the connections really are and how many on an IDE channel are merged) - otherwise, there is still external firewire hard disks. For the laptop you should at least (!) 2GB Ram and have everything below is meaningless. Current graphics card with at least 128MB and full 3D support for DirectX & Co, because the only way to really sense the load will be distributed. Processor should be of course a dual core be faster.
If what you found, I would be happy if you write it here, because I'm self-grade on the lookout for a quick HDV-enabled notebook. I hope that I give you something with this information next helped.
Antwort von PowerMac:
Macbook Pro 15 "with Firewire 800 drives. This Media Composer in the latest version. XPress is dead
Antwort von mcbird:
Macbook Pro 15 "/ 4GB RAM / 200 GB 7200 RPM HD + LaCie Little Big Disk Quadra s.FireWire 800