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Old November 1st, 2003, 02:20 AM   #16
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<<<-- Originally posted by Mike Eby : I have Vega+ DVD but I have not used the DVD module. So I guess you would say its just Vegas 4d. Mike -->>>

I think you nee to +DVD to get the MPEG-2 output -- and maybe input.
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Old November 1st, 2003, 10:31 AM   #17
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<<<-- Originally posted by Steve Mullen : <<<-- Originally posted by Mike Eby : I have Vega+ DVD but I have not used the DVD module. So I guess you would say its just Vegas 4d. Mike -->>>

I think you nee to +DVD to get the MPEG-2 output -- and maybe input. -->>>

I don't think so.... DVD Architect 1.0 comes on a second CD and I didn't install it at first and I was able to edit and output from Vegas. I was all set to buy the Vegas only version from a download but before I did, I check some prices at some of the other software resellers and was happy to find I could get the + DVD version for less than the Vegas only download price. Needless to say I bought it from a reseller not the web download. Itís nice to get something tangible like a box, books and disks for your $500+ purchase.

I noticed a few very interesting things in Vegas recently. When you rendering real time (well kinda real time) the CPU usage only goes to about 50% even if I increase the thread priority for Vegas this doesnít go up much. This tells me the bottleneck may be getting the data off the disk. A U320 SCSI RAID system may be in my future. I also added a second monitor to my system and with the Matrox Parhelia 128MB. Seeing output on a much bigger screen even though not really real time is much better. Performance didnít seem to change much ether by adding a bigger render screen. I also added a second gb of ram. This also seemed to slightly improve realtime performance.

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Old November 24th, 2003, 06:20 PM   #18
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Mike,

Any luck with producing a dvd yet?

My first attempts with transfering a basketball game recorded in hd onto a dvd with the supplied software was a big disappointment. Almost enough to return the camera until things mature a bit.

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