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Thanks for that. Why would somebody who uses Premiere somehow have issues with multi-core support? The guy who is telling my boss that Premiere doesn't use multiple cores has apparently been working in the video industry for a long time, and has used Premiere at least to a moderate extent. He also keeps going on about Matrox RT.X2 LE Hardware, which I'm not sure is necessary for the scope of our projects. He's ran two "tests" which I just proved to be flawed, one showing the Matrox maybe a minute faster than the Adobe export.
Also, does anybody else have any compelling evidence about Premiere multi-core support? I want to give my boss as much info as possible.
All cores kick in when I export. I did a short capture for you to see:
Personally Id rather spend $$ on PC CPU and mem than a 3rd party cap card that is very touchy.
I can tell you that I went from a PIV to a quad core recently. The difference is night and day when editing mpg or HDV material. The PIV was barely able to chug through it. My new box handles hdv natively very well. No conversions, no intermediate files, no 3rd party driever updates... simple and works pretty well.
Wow, thanks a lot Curt. That's really helpful.