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Copy the source material from your server to local (e)SATA drives, that have a fixed drive letter. Then start your project. Your notebook is already around 30 - 40 times slower that a good performing workstation and by leaving your material on a server you create extra burdens on your system.
...thank you, I will try it and give you a feedback!
What will be a good performed system, who I can use my server? Because on CS3 it was no problem to use the videos directly from the server.
Maybe you can post some facts - which CPU, RAM etc.
Dual teamed NIC's of 1 Gb go a long way, otherwise switch to a fibre backbone.
ok, I tried it and it works!
if the videos are on my fixed drive on laptop, I have no problems.
please write me, what a good system is, that I can use my server - so I have not to copy the videos on my computer directly...
ps: sorry, I don´t understand you last post @haarm
NIC = Network Interface Controller. A NIC usually has a speed of either 100 Mbps or 1 Gbps. By 'teaming' two NIC's, you double the transfer speed.
A fibre backbone can increase speeds over the network up to 40 GB/s currently and 80 GB/s in the near future. Look here: http://www.norcommuk.com/services_fibre_optics.htm
Notice that PR is not designed to be run on networks. There are a number of articles on PC's, storage, raids, etc. if you go to the Hardware forum and at the top of the page click the Overview tab. It will show a drop dowen box with a number of articles that may be worth reading.