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  • Re: Consolidate Fails with Pink Clips

    [quote user="Atomike"] I feel dumb. [/quote] I can relate soo much to that. On the why I could elaborate for hours.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Thu, Jun 25 2020
  • Re: Consolidate Fails with Pink Clips

    Transcode the timeline, select "only linked clips"
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Tue, Jun 23 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    [quote user="LDV20"] - love that supermicro board not sure what advantage there would be for the my kind of work. [/quote] Well, then you don't need the lanes that badly. my main rig is filled to the brink with pci-e cards, I'm strugglig for every slot Raid, tape drive, 10G lan, audio, Mojo are eating my slots, don't even have
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Tue, Jun 9 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    Ah, don't bother with extra work of sending the ram back because of a few mhz, nevermind. A 2tb SSD for the OS? 2tb smells like data drive for me, 256 or 512 for OS is usually enough for me. 34 Wide screens are nice, the ultra wide timeline is very neat for Avid. But 2x27" is better if you do a lot of office work too. I've used LG 34WL850
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Thu, Jun 4 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    [quote user="camx-media"] The Gigabyte 10g motherboard only supports up to 2666 ram [/quote] I'm still inclined to get 2933. If you use it on a board that only supports 2666 it will run at that speed. 2933 is standard in this generation, this ram will be neater to repurpose down the road. and costs the same. [quote user="camx-media"
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Thu, Jun 4 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    [quote user="B3n3d1kt"] Why such slow RAM? Cascake Lake X officially supports 2933 and the RAM controller should under normal conditions be able to run at least 3200. [/quote] 2933 is enough, There’s currently no benefit for overclocking RAM on Intel systems. [quote user="B3n3d1kt"] M2: I think that you need to buy a VROC key
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Wed, Jun 3 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    [quote user="B3n3d1kt"] Why such slow RAM? Cascake Lake X officially supports 2933 and the RAM controller should under normal conditions be able to run at least 3200. [/quote] 2933 is enough, There’s currently no benefit for overclocking RAM on Intel systems. [quote user="B3n3d1kt"] M2: I think that you need to buy a VROC key
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Wed, Jun 3 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    [quote user="Mercer"] Hp claims there are up to 4 million possible configurations for the ZBook alone - is it really an exageration? [/quote] Yes. There’s 2 or3 different cpu lines in those laptops, the different cpu models in each line are identical to the system except for speed. There’s only one chipset being used throughout
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Tue, Jun 2 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    [quote user="Mercer"] There are millions of combinations you could build yourself out there. [/quote] On one hand that's true, on the other it's an exaggeration. We have a few processor families and a couple of motherbaoard chipsets. All Intel combos are good, all AMD should be tested first. The reason HP workstations are good, is
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Fri, May 29 2020
  • Re: Intel v AMD for MC

    Engineer founded Noctua have been the default air-coolers for a few years now for tech sites, youtubers, etc I used 2-3 dozen, no failures in years. For some, more pci-e lanes are alwas better, I need 'em much. And you might like a SSD raid at 12 gigabytes per second in say 2 years, because who wouldn't? Pcie is the most direct glue for any
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Lukas Boeck on Wed, May 27 2020
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