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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by sashamed View Post
    I did some actions:
    1. switched on PAE in bios,2. reduced the speed of ram, 3. typed in boot.ini "/3GB" switch.
    But, ram still was 2GB and on NX driver had "!".
    The speed of the ram has to be adjusted prior to installing windows.
    I did this test. I took 2 gigs out and ran 3 heavy programs at one time.
    I put all 4gigs in and ran the same programs and it performed better.
    So, I really could care less if it reads 2gb or 4gb just as long as it keeps purring along.

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  • sashamed
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    I did some actions:
    1. switched on PAE in bios,2. reduced the speed of ram, 3. typed in boot.ini "/3GB" switch.
    But, ram still was 2GB and on NX driver had "!".

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    How much RAM is usable also depends on what add-in cards you have as some add-in cards require some >2 GB memory address space for I/O functions.

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by sashamed View Post
    Hi,Jerry! I noticed that you have same motherboard as me, and 4gb ram. How did you "forced" your 32bit OS to "see" more than 2GB ram? I tried everything,but didn't work. Only under 64bit OS I can see all 4GB ram in my PC.
    It depends on the several things. Speed of the ram, chipset, and I find luck of the draw to be a big one.
    Even though it does not show the 4gigs, believe me, Windows is using it.
    I just can't prove it. My other mobo registers 3.5 gigs and automatically initiates the PAE switch upon install.
    You can reduce the speed of the ram in the bios and it will more than likely see more ram. But this is only on clean install. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
    You could try to use the PAE switch, but if you do not know how to do this....you could be asking for major trouble.
    I say, if the system is running stable and fast....leave it alone.


    Mark,
    You must have thought he meant Dave.

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  • shueardm
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    He is running it on a MAC (that's why)

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  • sashamed
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    Hi,Jerry! I noticed that you have same motherboard as me, and 4gb ram. How did you "forced" your 32bit OS to "see" more than 2GB ram? I tried everything,but didn't work. Only under 64bit OS I can see all 4GB ram in my PC.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    I think they put in HDMI for consumer devices only, that sony camera is considered a "pro" camera as it has HD-SDI.

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by ArthurdB View Post
    I found a solution, if I film in SP 1080i (HDV) than I can capture it as OHCI-HDV. This isn't the best possible quality but it works and gives a good quality.
    I was surprised to see that they did not include an HDMI output on the camera. HDMI is becoming standard on a lot of professional equipment these days. I do know that if you had a decklink HDSDI card you could capture in the MJPEG 10bit (or 8bit) codec and use it within Edius.

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  • Raymond
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    There is a workaround. Use the Sony clip browser tool to export the file to MXF (very fast). When converted edius broadcast can play the MXF file.

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  • MarcioV
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    I think you can convert mp4 files in mxf in sony clipbrowser. After that you will can import files in Edius Broadcast.

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  • ArthurdB
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    I found a solution, if I film in SP 1080i (HDV) than I can capture it as OHCI-HDV. This isn't the best possible quality but it works and gives a good quality.

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  • pjsssss
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    None that I know of.

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  • ArthurdB
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    Canopus support just mailed me the same answer.

    Thank you for your reply.

    Is there a workaround, like a conversion tool?

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  • pjsssss
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    You will need Edius 4.6 which is due out in Jan/Feb.

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  • ArthurdB
    started a topic Pmw-ex1

    Pmw-ex1

    I just got my Sony PMW-EX1. I shot some clips and transferred them to a map on my EDIUS-PC. Can anybody tell me how to import these clips into EDIUS (4.54).

    Thanx for your help.
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