1. See your #2.
2. Answered by yourself. ADVC300.
3. Not relevant. Encore does not use a graphics card.
01. would you recommend matrox mx 02 LE? need to capture video from both analog and digital inputs, was thinking of buying 1 box/device.
02. the advc only takes in analog signal ?!
03. why does one need a graphic card? if you have simple blurays or dvd's to make?
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2. Digital is captured over firewire or imported over USB.
3. To see the GUI.
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For # 3, you do need a graphics card/chip, BUT what Harm means is that regardless of which one you have, Encore will not use any GPU acceleration internally. PrPro will, regarding the MPE and a proper CUDA enabled card.
then for a person have multiple layers in the premiere project, multiple track audio, it would be best to use a high end graphics card, since it would consume more GPU resources than a simple project.
Would you recommend any?
also how does one finalize a bluray through premiere without going through encore?
What are all of the exact components will you be ordering for that build? (I'm asking this because the higher end the CPU is, the higher-end the graphics card you'll need to avoid becoming no faster than cheaper systems with slower CPUs - in other words, balance between the CPU and GPU power is important.)
As for authoring Blu-ray discs, you will need Encore or any third-party authoring program. Premiere by itself cannot prepare video content that's directly burnable onto a disc that is compatible with standalone players. The way to do this would be to encode the content via Premiere using either the MPEG-2 Blu-ray or the H.264 Blu-ray presets (and the bitrates can be adjusted within the presets). Usually, this will prevent Encore from recompressing the already encoded content unless the bitrate is higher than Encore's default is set for. However, Encore has a bug that requires recompression of video content that's been encoded using Premiere Pro's H.264 Blu-ray preset using 2-pass VBR (1-pass VBR or CBR encoded H.264 content encoded via Premiere doesn't require recompression).
processor- FX AMD -8 core
Ram- 1600MHZ Core Sair,High Performance
graphic card- HD 6950-2gb DDR5?
With such a slow CPU, a GTX 560 is enough. Anything more is just a waste of money, because the CPU is the real bottleneck here. If you have such a slow CPU, why would you consider increasing your problems by using a non-CUDA card like a HD-6950, which can reduce your rendering performance by a factor 10 or more?
thanks for all your inputs and prompt replies.
then which cpu would yoy recommend?
or conversely which graphic card for such a slow cpu?
constraint is money, cannot exceed 1500$
constraint is 2000$
These constraints seem to vary widely, first is was $ 2700, then it dropped to $ 1500 and finally it increased again to $ 2000. Why don't you have a look at Adobe Forums: What PC to build? An update...
the link doesnt open, yeah sorry about the constraints figure, need to keep multiplying the dollar with it. yes 2700$ seems about just right with 1 monitor.
hi thanks for your help, the new system as per your specs, works very well ...
a simple question when i am processing hd video in premiere the picture stalls in the preview window, as in its not a steady flow, i have updated all the drivers, reinstalled premiere, any clue as to what may be causing this.
thanks once again
>processing hd video
Please list your EXACT hardware and software... saying "per your specs" is not really any information
Read Bill Hunt on a file type as WRAPPER http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
What is a CODEC... a Primer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/546811
What CODEC is INSIDE that file? http://forums.adobe.com/thread/440037
Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... a screen shot works well to SHOW people what you are doing
Once you know exactly what it is you are editing, report back with that information... and your project setting, and if there is a red line above the video in the timeline, which indicates a mismatch between video and project
The easy way to insure that your video and your project match
See 2nd post for picture of NEW ITEM process http://forums.adobe.com/thread/872666
Try right-clicking in preview window and experiment with 1/2 and 1/4 resolution for your preview window. Possibly you do not have enough "system" to handle full resolution?
Graphic Card- GTX 560 Ti
RAM- 16 gb,1600mhz
HD- 4tb, + 500 mb for operating system
Codec for the video is jpg motion
for a hour cassette, the file size created is 45gb
there is a yellow bar on top of the timeline, i am reading through the article you had linked.