Hello First, I am glad to find your forum and to the many information / basic video production. I have had no experience with DV editing and intend to buy my first camcorder. But first I am working with a few basics and have 2 questions:
In my calculator I have 2 hard disks jew 350GB Serial ATA, 7200 rpm, non-Raid. Memory: 4GB (2x2GB), 1333MHz, DDR3, Dual Channel. Well, What I do not understand, the two are related memory? Are to be regarded as a Ram, or do I set something for it? (For example, have heard of Raid and partition that has to do with it?)
If I have understood correctly, will be the editing program on a hard drive and the cut material on the second hard drive. Is this correct way or how can you work with classified s.besten two hard disks?
Antwort von Medienmacher:
Welcome to slashCAM.
To your questions: Yes, the memory (RAM) is to be regarded as one, regardless on how many modules are installed in your calculator. The management of the modules (in your case, so the 2x 2GB) makes the motherboard in the Calculator or the operating system. You have to take care of as nothing, for you (and synonymous to all Programs that are known to me), there are 1 x 4 GB of RAM.
The two with the hard disks is correct, yes. It is generally recommended: the operating system on a plate and all Programs, on the other plate all the data. From experience I say now, but simple, and I NEVER had a problem when on a hard drive both Programs were synonymous as video data. None at platform (MAC and PC) and with any operating system. In my personal view that it is fine if you stick to it (the order on the system because of), but nothing happens when it's time disrupted.