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    Hi

    I am on Edius 5.5 and I am going to shoot and edit a musicvideo. I figure I will have have 6-8 different takes / angels shot, all AVCHD from my Pana 151 that I will have in my multicam.

    My question is, what would be best, to try edit it in native AVCHD or to convert to HQ?

    The PC it will be edited on is a i970 (3.2 GHz, 6 core), 12 GB RAM Win7 64 and 3 separate SATA2 discs and one SATA2 Raid.

    Thanks.

    /Ulf
    Best regards * Ulf * Denmark
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    Second system: i7 970, 3.2 GHz, 24 GB RAM, Asus P6T, Samsung 840 Pro 120 GB systemdrive, 4 x WD 1TB in raid 5, 1 WD 500 GB for exports, Asus GTX 460 Win 7 64.
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    Originally posted by UlfLaursen View Post
    I figure I will have have 6-8 different takes / angels shot, all AVCHD that I will have in my multicam.

    My question is, what would be best, to try edit it in native AVCHD or to convert to HQ?

    The PC it will be edited on is a i970 (3.2 GHz, 6 core), 12 GB RAM Win7 64 and 3 separate SATA2 discs and one SATA2 Raid.
    The only way to be sure is to test it. But 6-8 tracks seems a lot to me.
    Just synchronise 1 set of clips into the 8 tracks and play in multicam edit mode.
    If the buffer goes empty or the audio starts to stutter, it is a clear sign to go for conversion to HQ and replace the already synchronised clips.
    Be sure to put the converted files on the RAID-0 disks.
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    • #3
      Thanks Marc, I'll try it out.

      /Ulf
      Best regards * Ulf * Denmark
      mail to me
      Main system: i7 3930K, 3.2 GHz @ 4.3 GHz, 32 GB RAM , 2 x WD 1TB Raid 0, 2 x 1 TB HDD, 1 x SSD boot, Nvidia GFX 570, Win 7 64.
      Second system: i7 970, 3.2 GHz, 24 GB RAM, Asus P6T, Samsung 840 Pro 120 GB systemdrive, 4 x WD 1TB in raid 5, 1 WD 500 GB for exports, Asus GTX 460 Win 7 64.
      Third system: Dell Precision M4600, i7 3.2 GHz, 16 GB RAM, Nvidia Quadro 2GB, 2 x SSD, win 7 64 Pro.

      Edius 7.01 & 6.54 & - VisTitle 2

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