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  • cowboys
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    Many thanks "pjsssss" and "Stormdave".
    Therefore, dawned regularly, and directly from the PC of editing, winxp and the several programs installs to you (Edius, burning programs, etc...).

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  • STORMDAVE
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    I never use Anti Virus software on editing machines. I just make sure that I use FireFox (it's much safer than Internet Explorer) and use a hardware/software firewall and that's about it. Have not had any issues for years.

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  • pjsssss
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    I seem to have a little of everything on my machine. No conflicts

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  • cowboys
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    Originally posted by Solitaire View Post
    Hi,
    I use my editing PC purely for that purpose and no other. I do not run any virus protection on that computer as it can cause a few problems. All software is virus checked on my 'office pc' and I can run AVG 7 from the office pc via the cable network on the edit pc. I personally do not favour Norton as should you desire to remove it - it isnt easy.
    I have Nero and Tmpeg dvd author loaded on my system and I have not noticed any conflicts. I wont have any Adobe editing progs. on my Edius system - personal choice and as for the latest Photoshop CS3 suite - it loads a programme which you cannot delete - can't remember now what it did but I didnt like it, eventually found a way to remove it and on next reboot lost all pc monitor views. Not too much of a problem if you have Symantec Ghost to replace the system, just a nuisance.
    Keith
    Many thanks Keith

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  • Solitaire
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    Hi,
    I use my editing PC purely for that purpose and no other. I do not run any virus protection on that computer as it can cause a few problems. All software is virus checked on my 'office pc' and I can run AVG 7 from the office pc via the cable network on the edit pc. I personally do not favour Norton as should you desire to remove it - it isnt easy.
    I have Nero and Tmpeg dvd author loaded on my system and I have not noticed any conflicts. I wont have any Adobe editing progs. on my Edius system - personal choice and as for the latest Photoshop CS3 suite - it loads a programme which you cannot delete - can't remember now what it did but I didnt like it, eventually found a way to remove it and on next reboot lost all pc monitor views. Not too much of a problem if you have Symantec Ghost to replace the system, just a nuisance.
    Keith

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  • Council on which software to install or not to install

    I ask you a council. I have always used for the acquisition and the editing (also when I had the Matrox) “a clean” system: a PC with only loaded the Suite Adobe (CS2), Office, and some small usefullness arranges (type of defrag, scandisk, audio/video viewer, etc.).
    I ask to you if, with Edius SP for HDV + Procoder 3+ Edius Broadcast 4.51c on the PC,to load particular software (security suite type Norton or McAfee or AGV or Kaspersky, burning programs type Nero or Medium Roxio Creator, or "light" editings programs type Pinnacle or Magix) can even enter in conflict with the hardware/software of the Canopus (and also with the suite of Adobe) or if these programs and Edius hardware and software suite can “turn normally”.
    Sorry for my english and thanks.
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    MB Asus P5WDG2 WS PRO, Enermax Galaxy 1KW, CPU Core 2 Extreme QX 6700 quad core, RAM Kingmax 3GB DDR2 800MHZ, VGA ASUS Radeon EAH HD2900XT, HD for A/V SATA2 Seagate 7ST3750640AS 4x750GB + 1x200GB system HD Western Digital, Card Canopus Edius SP for HDV with EDIUS 4.51c and Procoder 3 (Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio Premium CS2), WIN XP PRO + SP2 ,Camcorder Panasonic AG-HVX200 P2, Video Walkman Sony GV-D1000E, Canon EOS 400D
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