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PC/Notebook für Videoschnitt?

PC / Laptop for DV editing?



Frage von martha:
September 2006

I will shoot with the Canon XL2, and wants me to take home a notebook for DV editing. Question, the following technical data is sufficient (the only thing I know is safe, that I genötige a FireWire port, which has this notebook. I suppose that I can hear the sound through the headphones, so has the notebook headphone jack). Is the power sufficient:

Notebook, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, "AMILO Pa 1510 G": The heart of this mobile power machine is an AMD Sempron-3200 +-Processor with only 25 watts of power, this adds a very long battery life. The main memory ... with 1024 MB DDR RAM and 100-GB SATA hard drive to give the user the confidence to have ample power for all applications on reserves.
Large 15.4-inch / 39.1-inch TFT color display in 16:9 cinema format (widescreen)
Rapid Graphics: ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 with up to 128 MB
The dual DVD Burners with Double Layer technology, of course, synonymous burning CDs
To comfort features include a 56-k modem, LAN and Wireless LAN
Sound is already on board
Connections: 3x USB 2.0, Firewire, S-Video, VGA, "4in1" card reader, ExpressCardSlot, line-in, Headphones
Supplied Software: Microsoft Windows XP Home Service Pack 2
Dimensions (W / D / H): 35.8 / 25.5 / 2,8-3,6 cm
Weight: 2.8 kilograms
Approx. 3 hours battery life (depending on usage).

Thanks in advance for a number of messages, lg aus Wien, martha

PS: I find in this forum synonymous genrelle recommendations to notebooks (one list, etc.).




Antwort von steveb:

Basically, the NB should be enough to buy but it is somehow synonymous, such as "cars". It comes with almost all of A to B. The question is what time you want for a maximum of need.

If you're perhaps not quite so sure what you want to buy, I advise you to visit the PC dealer who knows about synonymous with a bit of video editing.



Antwort von oliver II:

As a legal sense, the use of a proven additional hard drive, since the use has led the system disk for capturing been frequent dropped frames. Should be connected via a fast USB port.

Otherwise, it is synonymous here, as in the car: engine capacity (harddrive, memory is ...) can only be replaced by even more displacement ;-)





Antwort von beiti:

An additional hard drive I am not a bad tip, but in a current notebook like this, not mandatory) (except for a very long movies.

It would at least make sense to the existing 100-GB hard drive into two partitions divide (eg, as a 30 GB system partition and the rest for video). This has the advantage that after completion of a project, the video can be completely re-partition to delete, without attacking the system partition.

Capacity: The above description, according to notebook has a 100 GB hard drive, so in reality, 93 GB. If you reserved 30 GB for the system to remain 63 GB for the video partition. This is enough to 3 to 4 full-60s and then read cassettes accommodate new level transitions, titles, etc. have. If this capacity is not enough, the external hard drive due.

How much performance is needed depends on the synonymous use of editing software. Tend to be older program versions (the less real-time functions, etc.) have less demanding than the current Program.




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