I know this is more of a web-based solution but is it possible to set Relative Paths in Premiere as opposed to Absolute Paths where a Windows drive letter is specified? Or can you specify a path to a root location as a variable?
Also, Mac and Windows (recent versions: Vista and Windows 7) use Users\[username]\media or Users/[username]/media as paths where "media" is a directory that you create on the main partition. Do you have enough space on your main partition to store media or do you have to use an external HD?
If the iMacs didn't have a couple really nice programs that we use
I can't really help with your question, but I was wondering what specifically those programs were.
> Does any one know if
- CS5 for PC on Mac works OK?
My primary work computer is a Mac running Bootcamp and Windows 7. I have no problems with this setup.
(I need to be able to test, troubleshoot, and document applications on Mac OS and Windows, so it makes sense for me to have this setup for work. At home, I just run Windows 7 on an HP.)
>>I can't really help with your question, but I was wondering what specifically those programs were.
Garage Band and Logic mainly. Those two work great for our type of audio work.
Parallels is virtualization software and will run Premiere much slower than native.
Bootcamp is a good idea if you want to run the PC version as it is just as fast as a comparable PC would be and would run
Windows video drivers just the same.
Garage Band and Logic mainly.
Would not Audition take their place sufficiently?