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Old March 15th, 2007, 01:47 PM   #1
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Editing material shot with HD-110

Okay, I posted this question here rather than in an editing forum because I am specifically curious about editing material shot with the HD-110.

Currently I use Edius 4, which works okay. However it is a bit sluggish at times while editing HD. It also has some minor stability issues which aren't too bad on short projects, but on longer form edits it gets to be really annoying.

Premier Pro has the same issues as edius for me, sluggish performance and its not the most stable program in the world. Also Premier's interface seems cluttered to me. I do like the level of effects and control that Premier offers though.

My favorite editing software has been Avid Xpress- sleek interface, fast and responsive, and stable as a rock. However I understand its support for 24p HD content is non-existant.

I'm downloading the trial of Liquid 7 right now to see if it will work better for me. I'm curious though what everyone here uses to edit with and if anyone has any ideas as far as what I might want to try out?
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Old March 15th, 2007, 02:19 PM   #2
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while i now use a dual core for editing in edius, i did however, finish a complex project with edius on a p4. Had no problems. I came from prmier too. used it for more than 10 years before shifting to edius. I described my experience with edius in an old thread;
http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthread.php?t=78670

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Okay, I posted this question here rather than in an editing forum because I am specifically curious about editing material shot with the HD-110.
I'm using Vegas 7 on a midrange HP laptop with less than a gig of RAM. It is a little sluggish at times when editing HDV, but it's perfectly stable.

On my desktop, which is a 2.8HT Dell with 1 gig of RAM, editing HDV is very smooth. I don't notice a difference between editing HDV and SD on my desktop, using Vegas 7.
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