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  • Edius on Vista 64-bit

    I was curious does Edius 5.0 run faster on Vista Utimate 64-bit than XP Pro 32-bit? Is Eduis 5.0 stable or should I wait to upgrade?
    Asus P5K-E, Intel Q6600 quad core @ 2.40GHz, 2gb ram DDR2 1066, XP Pro sp3 32bit, ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT, Edius 5.11, Firecoder Blu, PIONEER BD-RW BDR-202, TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B, Canon XH-A1/ Canon HV20

  • #2
    I don't know if it is faster than in XP32Bit.
    What I can say - it is stable.The new Output Modules
    are super fast(compared to PCE and PC3) and Edius 5 is using the installed Memory up to 3,75GB in a 4GB setup during rendering.
    Triple boot:Win10Pro/I7-5930K/GTX780/SSD-RAID/HDD-RAID/10GbE Intel X550/BMD 4K Extreme 6G/32GB RAM
    Triple boot:Win10 Pro/I7-6950X/GTX1080/SSD-RAID/HDD-RAID/BMD 4K Extreme 12G/2 x 10GbE/64GB RAM
    both on: 10Gbps Media sharing Network, 10Gbps NAS


    • #3
      It runs very nicely in Vista 64. It may be slightly faster but not enough to upgrade just for that. Remember there are no 64 bit drivers for the new Storm HD yet.


      • #4
        E5 runs like a champ on Vista 64 Ultimate in my Sager Q6400 laptop.

        My favorite comparison of Vista comparison is in program switching. With XP Pro on a Q6700 system, Edius takes about 10 sec. to come from minimized to restored state. With Vista it tales less than a second.
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