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  • wags
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    I'll go over for a read...

    It loads up in no time and feels faster than 4.61.
    Has 1920/1080 24 or 25p presets
    Rips through raw 1920/1080p MXF XDCAM files.... like editing DV.
    Realtime 3D fades and stuff even with HDV footage.

    I dropped a raw 1920/1080 24p AVCHD file on the timeline and it even edited that at full res be it at about 15-20fps. Good enough for simple cuts, just clunky to edit with.

    Print to DVD is much more responsive.
    Quick Title opens up fast and I get full screen overlay in realtime.

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  • redgum
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    I've been bench testing Edius 5 for over a week now on Vista x64 Ultimate and the results are exceptional. Review can be found on the following website http://www.redgumtv.com.au
    More results when I've trialled the HDStorm.

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  • richnation
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    Ive had problems with HD footage (720p, 24f) in Edius when I change the project settings to 480i so I can export/print/record the project to NTSC video tape or DVD. The problem I exerience is alot of stair stepping, jiggly lines, anti ailiasing when there are busy patterns or thin lines in the video footage. I understand this is a progressive to interlaced conversion problem. Problem also was there when exporting/converting via Procoder Express. Has this been improved upon at all with Version 5?

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  • wags
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    OKAY folks....
    Installed no probs and is running on my 3 screens here.
    Overlays to my 3rd screen perfect.
    Opened up an old HDV project...looking good.
    More soon....

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by Philip View Post
    I have computers that can run Vista easily but just need more RAM. If there will be no performance increase it sound like upgrading the graphics cards are the best upgrade path. I have a geForce5600 256mb in my AMD dually and a 8500GT with 256mb in my Intel Quad system. Will 512GPU Ram make a huge difference if I am not using many of the new GPU transitions. I pretty much stick to the old Canopus standard transitions for 90% of my work.
    I can answer that from experience. This is with XP. I have Vitascene. I also was using a Quadro FX 1500 256mb in the system. I had issues on many of the effects while using a 1920x1080 preset. Thats what I work in all of the time.
    I sent the little code trouble shooting panel to PRODAD and they replied that in order to have the effects in that preset I would need at least 512mb.
    So, I pulled the Quadro with 256 and went to a PNY 8800gts 512 and it works great on Vitascene and Xplode. Now that Xplode is officially history, and GPUFX is the way we are moving, the 512mb mark should be your minimum.
    The 512 mark is for GPUFX. If you are not using those AT ALL, you should be fine with what you have. That is unless those (standard effects) have been rewritten as well. KH would know that.
    Last edited by Jerry; 09-12-2008, 02:15 AM.

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  • Philip
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_KH View Post
    I wouldn't upgrade to Vista unless you're buying a new system, or have a system that was already capable of running Vista. Simply put, each new operating system will come with its own overheads - something you don't want to interfere with your RT performance.
    I have computers that can run Vista easily but just need more RAM. If there will be no performance increase it sound like upgrading the graphics cards are the best upgrade path. I have a geForce5600 256mb in my AMD dually and a 8500GT with 256mb in my Intel Quad system. Will 512GPU Ram make a huge difference if I am not using many of the new GPU transitions. I pretty much stick to the old Canopus standard transitions for 90% of my work.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Mind when you're cutting and pasting that the browser isn't adding a space character to the end - happens a lot.

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_KH View Post
    The serial number on the download page isn't working?

    Ruh-roh..
    I missed several other things, so I may have missed something there as well.
    I typed and copied into the panel and got the install real serial number panel.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Originally posted by Jerry View Post
    Let me know if the serial number works. I kept getting the install real serial number panel.
    The serial number on the download page isn't working?

    Ruh-roh..

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by wags View Post
    Hey looks great, downloading demo now.... but I'll be upgrading for sure.

    I have been messing around with Vista Ultimate on my other computer, it actually runs alright if you install it from fresh yourself with SP1. You do need to get in there and turn all those security / pop ups messages rubbish off though.
    Let me know if the serial number works. I kept getting the install real serial number panel.

    Does any body know if Dave Laborde did a Vista Tweak Optimaization article yet?

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  • wags
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    Hey looks great, downloading demo now.... but I'll be upgrading for sure.

    I have been messing around with Vista Ultimate on my other computer, it actually runs alright if you install it from fresh yourself with SP1. You do need to get in there and turn all those security / pop ups messages rubbish off though.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Originally posted by Philip View Post
    Just curious....will performance be any better with Vista installed instead of XP or will it just work with Vista now but not really any more efficiently than XP. Just trying to figure if I should upgrade systems to XP. With 3 computers to upgrade it could get costly quick.
    I wouldn't upgrade to Vista unless you're buying a new system, or have a system that was already capable of running Vista. Simply put, each new operating system will come with its own overheads - something you don't want to interfere with your RT performance.

    Having Vista support is important, since it allows brand new machines to run EDIUS without downgrading the OS. It also provides the 64-bit option.

    Originally posted by Philip View Post
    Is it still dongle driven so the sneakernet is still an option?
    Yes. One dongle only.

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  • Philip
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    Just curious....will performance be any better with Vista installed instead of XP or will it just work with Vista now but not really any more efficiently than XP. Just trying to figure if I should upgrade systems to XP. With 3 computers to upgrade it could get costly quick.

    Is it still dongle driven so the sneakernet is still an option?

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_CP View Post
    Yes, though if you don't have a qualifying product in your user account product registry (that I can see when placing the order), you'll need to fill out and send in the upgrade form (found here) and provide that information for the order. It'll take a few days to process, but you'll get your upgrade then.

    (That was mostly for everyone else, Jerry. I know you've got a huge list of qualifying products)
    I guess posting here helps after all!
    I'll call you next week.

    Jerry

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  • GrassValley_CP
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    Yes, though if you don't have a qualifying product in your user account product registry (that I can see when placing the order), you'll need to fill out and send in the upgrade form (found here) and provide that information for the order. It'll take a few days to process, but you'll get your upgrade then.

    (That was mostly for everyone else, Jerry. I know you've got a huge list of qualifying products)

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