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  • #16
    Thank you pjsss for the information.

    Ted

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    • #17
      Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
      yes, the staus VU meter does not cause a performance hit but it is too hard to see even at its largest size since my preview window is small

      the graduation markers are too hard to see and the VU meter should be upright like in Speed Razor, like in all my Betacam machines, like in Soundforge etc
      I would prefer it on the side as well. The semi-transparent version we have now gets in the way when I do graphics and lower thirds. I still would prefer a full version that works on top without any hint of a hit on performance.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Jerry View Post
        I still would prefer a full version that works on top without any hint of a hit on performance.
        It's kind of hard to do extra work for free... No matter how it's displayed, it still takes instruction cycles to display the information.

        For the audio mixer, the software would need to be able to predict the future in order to use the render-ahead buffer and change audio levels corresponding to what you hear. Well, it might work if the user's psychic too...

        End result is: If your system is slightly faster than enough to play back in real-time without using the buffer, then you wouldn't think that the audio mixer shows a "performance hit" because that's not what's really happening.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Jerry View Post
          I would prefer it on the side as well. The semi-transparent version we have now gets in the way when I do graphics and lower thirds. I still would prefer a full version that works on top without any hint of a hit on performance.
          Of course this is not a big problem if you check the settings so that it shows only on the PC monitor and not on the external monitor.

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