I had yesterday the trial version of Premiere Pro CS5 down loaded and installed. Only use AVCHD material of my two Panasonic HMC151 cameras and SD300. After installation, I realized that AVCHD is not in the test version is supported, call at Adobe has confirmed this account resulting saving license fees. Now I'm obviously not a piece of cunning that the CS5 with AVCHD and my PC configuration synonymous really lives up to Adobe so and to ¬ 1.000, - I certainly do not buy a pig in a poke. So my question is: someone with the following PC configuration in conjunction with PP CS5 experience? CPU i7 860, 8 GB RAM, 10,000 RPM HDD and Nvidia 260 GTX with current drivers last, of the Nvidia claims that he was CS5-compatible. Adobe claims that the work would have to - only, I just do not really trust them.
Antwort von jwd96:
With this calculator you will have no problems to cut AVCHD. The Nvidia 260 GTX also supports CUDA, which is by the Mercury Engine allegedly bring the best performance (I can not judge it because I do not have CUDA graphics card)
Antwort von MM194:
a slightly weaker hardware (HDD's with 7200 U have / min, only the 250 GS) and cut without any problems even 1080P my SD707.