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#1 Matthew Day

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Posted 23 June 2007 - 08:33 PM

Hi,
Posted this in the editing forum, thought I might find some info here too.
I'm contmeplating shooting a short film in HDV using a DVX100a then editing on my 1.67Ghz Powerbook G4 (with 1GB RAM) using FCP 5.0.
Is my hardware/software up to it? Any advice, things to keep in mind?
Thanks,

Matt
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#2 Martin Yernazian

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 08:46 PM

THe DVX is not a HDV Camera, you might ve talking about the HVX200


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ps: you should be just fine with everything you have , except the cam
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#3 Matthew Day

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Posted 27 June 2007 - 04:26 PM

THe DVX is not a HDV Camera, you might ve talking about the HVX200
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ps: you should be just fine with everything you have , except the cam


you're right, I did mean the HVX. thanks!
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#4 ishan vernallis

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 12:18 PM

so lets say Matthew shot with an HVX,
could a power pc 1.67 powerbook handle HD?

or do you need a newer intel model?

i've been doing SD on the same rig (except 1.5 ram)
and am hoping to soon start working with HD telecines...
will my machine be able to handle it
if i go easy on the compositing/ effects?

thanks
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