Topic: Editing Technical stuff

Lets say I do want to start editing for some reason....what sort of editing machine should i get

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

i hear commodore 64's are really neato.

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

Umm, a computer, firewire card, editing software.

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

Arent there editing machines

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

just build yourself a nice system with a good cpu and lots of ram!

http://www.newegg.com - best place to buy parts

then, pirate premiere 6.5 and after effects 6.0 for added super bonus points. and yes, make sure you grab a cheapo firewire card and cable. you should now be set.

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

What if money is no object...or less of an object...or a big factor but i dont care

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

Just buy a PC. Editing machines are a wastes of time!

Re: Editing Technical stuff

if you really wanna go crazy with money, get something with 3-4gigs of ram, two seagate 160gb 7200.7 ST3160023AS (in raid 0 array), latest Intel cpu, best mobo on the market w/ built in firewire, etc, a top of the line video card that isnt even necessary for editing just so you can say 'bling bling motherfucker' to anyone that tries to jock your shit, two 21" monitors for extra-wide timeline viewing pleasure, and an audigy platinum sound card for wicked-awesome sound editing. you'll need some logitech z-680's to go with that audigy of course.

any questions?

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

Newman,Nov 12 2003, 06:38 PM wrote:

What if money is no object...or less of an object...or a big factor but i dont care

http://www.canopus.us/US/products/RES/pt_res-flex.asp
($7000)

http://www.promax.com/Systems/action.lasso...D=33210&-search
($34,000)

http://www.wpsworld.com/packages.asp?w=19
($79,000)

http://production.digitalmedianet.com/2003...erguid20035.htm
($385000)

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

All you need is some scotch tape and scissors.

Approximate where on a VHS is the cene you want to cut and cut!

Re: Editing Technical stuff

I think im gonna let brad do our editing after all

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

Dork457,Nov 12 2003, 05:25 PM wrote:

All you need is some scotch tape and scissors.

Approximate where on a VHS is the cene you want to cut and cut!

Remember to make your cuts diagonal!

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

Has anyone actually tried that VHS technique just for the hell of it?

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

I had to do one like that back in film school. Frikkin sucked. You only really use that in case of emergency. (tape breaks, etc)

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

u mean you can actually cut it and tape it back toghether? woudln't it jam or someting... what did u use to tape it

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Re: Editing Technical stuff

If you really wanted to start hardcore editing get a G5 or a go-l computers
g5=mac
go-l=pc