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Windows ME oder 98SE für den Videoschnitt?

Windows ME or 98SE for DV editing?



Frage von Achim:
September 2001

In a forthcoming reinstall I do not want to win more 98/erste version, but I am not sure whether I am on Win 98SE or ME should upgrade. 've Read here in the forum, 98SE was faster / more stable (?). Can anyone compare? I use the Pinnacle / Miro DV 300, Drivers 2.0, Pentium III / 550, 256MB RAM.

Gruß, Achim

forget-IN-gibts.net



Antwort von Steffen:

We have our next question down to whether Win98 is really as good - if you want real stability, are you my opinion (and of many others) is not an OS with NT kernel rum, and that would be Win2000.

WinME is definitely quite rubbish for decent work, such as DV editing, image editing, 3D rendering etc.

Gruß,

Steffen

steffen.hacker-IN-filmakademie.de



Antwort von Peter:

Hello Achim!

For the "normal consumer" WIN ME, I would suggest, since so many do not have drivers, updates and codecs to be installed. With 98 SE, you need to get more time for updates than for the whole installation.

If you do not want to have problems that divide your boot disk into two partitions, and bootable to do just what you for DV editing need. On the other boot partition you can install the rest.

The plate can be nicely split with the freeware tool "FIPS" (running under DOS). A multi-boot disk can be nice with the free shareware tool BootUs "setup. This can make the inactive boot partition to hide so that it can give no conflicts.
If everything is set up clean after running WinME my experience even "rounder" and cleaner than WIN98 SE. The only drawback is that DOS box has much less memory. The need but not when editing DV.

Win2000 has one advantage (bigger files) but that's it. Under WIN2000 If something goes wrong, the "Hobbyist" in the A. .. h pinched and driver problems with the periphery, there's still. If yes, then I would wait on XP (and only after the second service release installed).

Many greetings
Peter

Peter-IN-Dreisky.de





Antwort von Uwe:

(User Above) wrote:

: In a forthcoming reinstall I do not want to win more 98/erste
: Version, but I am not sure whether I am on Win ME or 98SE upgrade
: Be. 've Read here in the forum, 98SE was faster / more stable (?). Can someone
: Compare? I use the Pinnacle / Miro DV 300, Drivers 2.0, Pentium III / 550,
: 256MB of RAM.
:
: Gruß, Achim


Use 98SE, ME, no, not 98, not 95 and not Win 2000. I speak from experience! Uwe

skipper_summi-AT-gmx.de



Antwort von jan hertel:

(User Above) wrote:

: In a forthcoming reinstall I do not want to win more 98/erste
: Version, but I am not sure whether I am on Win ME or 98SE upgrade
: Be. 've Read here in the forum, 98SE was faster / more stable (?). Can someone
: Compare? I use the Pinnacle / Miro DV 300, Drivers 2.0, Pentium III / 550,
: 256MB of RAM.
:
: Gruß, Achim


hi achim!

just let the finger of windows me away, that's when installing the purest ruin the moment ... I have again problems with the kernel32.dll - but when it's not, it is something else!

gruß
jan
(frustrated)

janhertel01-AT-aol.com



Antwort von Achim:

(User Above) wrote:

: Hi achim!
:
: Just let the finger of windows me away, that's when installing the purest
: Ruin the moment ... I have again problems with the kernel32.dll - but where's the
: No, it is something else!
:
: Gruß
: Jan
: (Frustrated)


Thanks for the tips! I've now found another solution, which is certainly many, one could create doubting frown: I did my install Win 98 (first edition) with all 30 or more complete programs at the new Calculator (P4-1, 7GHz) transferred (via Drive Image ), had to reinstall some drivers, and the box is running! DV Editing with DV 300 without dropped frames or other problems. Parallel to this, I have a new boot partition (as of Peter recommended, but with partition magic) and there have Win98SE installed only with DV editing. But this has so far shown no benefits, and so it remains to me as a reserve.

Achim

forget-IN-gibts.net




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