Live Show #11 - October 9, 2010

Show Notes

This show includes; Answering selected questions from www.RodneyReynolds.com, Taking questions from viewers on this weeks video review(s) (SilverStone Grandia GD03 HTPC Case & Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910), Discussing 3dGameMan T-Shirts, Showcasing the In Win O-Ring 2.5" HDD Enclosure, and much more.

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Anonymous

I can render a 1080p 6min video(25mb/s) in Premiere Pro CS5 in just under 10 minutes, on a Laptop. So I can't rly see how it would be a problem for you since you prolly have a better computer then me.

I'm using:
Intel i7 2,66Ghz
4GB 1066MHz DDR3 RAM
nVidia GT 330M

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Well, I'm using Sony Vegas, but I should give Premiere Pro a try.

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you should giveaway your old webcam.

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I'm not getting rid of the old webcam (Microsoft Lifecam) just yet ;)

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you mentioned your issues with 1080p rendering, i was just wondering if you have used a CUDA card with something like badaboom or mediashow. i can encode at 1080p a file roughly 5 gigs, or 90 mins in about 8-9 minutes. although these programs are just the encoder and doesnt allow you to edit the video, perhaps its the editing you are refering too?

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Well, the new Sony Vegas 10 has CUDA support but it still takes much longer to render. I believe 720p is more than enough for video reviews ;)

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Everyone needs an O-Ring ;)

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now i know why you said there was a fun product *whistle*

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O-Ring... lol