Which graphics card for HDV editing in Premiere Pro 2.0
Frage von MeikelTi: November 2007
Hi, which graphics card is needed to Premiere Pro 2.0 at a reasonable processing of HDV to be implemented?
As hardware do I use an Core2Duo 6600 as well as a Radeon X800XT with 256 MB. Hereby, I have a project in HDV 1080i (Sony50i), in which two static images übergeblendet are intertwined. Each picture has a length of 10 seconds and is rendered as a preview. For a simple crossfade with a duration of 4 seconds the CPU usage jumped to almost 100% and the preview on the monitor is no longer possible. What graphics card can help? Which GPU is necessary in order to relieve the CPU?
Thank you MeikelTi
Antwort von Beethoven69:
DV editing is not of the graphics card from. You can use any that you want ...
Antwort von MeikelTi:
The presentation of HDTV will be of different graphics cards, such as those of the Radeon 2600XT but synonymous a NGefore 8600 (but not so good). HDTV is currently with 3 different codes compressed MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and Windows Media, the latter also an MPEG-4 codec is. I would like one of Canon HDV XH A1 intersect. The compression is done with MPEG-2. Accordingly, as a support to the Radeon 2600XT HDV editing, since the playback of MPEG files, the CPU is relieved and they are fully on the calculation of transitions can concentrate.
Antwort von HalbBild:
Are you absolutely sure that a Radeon 2600XT HDV playback in Premiere Pro CS2 / CS3 accelerates? I consider that at present, I have to buy because my AGP Calculator (2.4 GHz, 2 GB RAM, AGP Radeon 1650) for DV editing sufficiently fast (at least the editing) is the playback of HDV material in the preview windows However, for reasonable work too slowly and is choppy. Did not want, 130 Euros for the 2600XT in the sand to set then to discover that the HDV reproduction only be optimized some DVD player programs will be accelerated and (if I have bad luck) is not ANY program that plays MPEG. Thank you + Greeting