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What bit rate was the avchd encoding? Higher encoding rates tend to be more problematic.
You will need a seperate AV disk.
the cam is 'sony hdr-sr11'. i'm using max resolution:
avchd 16m (fh)
U think it might be that?
i have one disk, it is partitioned, though. one partition for os and software and the other for video.
This is not good enough?
No way and you made it even worse by partitioning, an approach that was common in the '80-s of the previous century.
When you partition, the system still has to read and write to the same physical disk, which takes time. If you split the tasks between 2 or more disks, it's like sending a crew into the grocery, with a separate crew member and grocery cart for each aisle. This, as opposed to one person with one cart, is more efficient and thus faster.
lol, thanx a lot
thanx very much for that.
so what do u think about the video bitrate i'm using.
is it still too much or do u think my system will be able to cope with it if i use another hard drive?
So I got me a new 80gb sata hard drive and install the os and programs to it and the other 1tb sata hard drive is for keeping raw videos to edit from there.
However, still slow when editing avchd clip. no improvement at all.
Video Guys has a good tuning guide for NLE systems.