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  • in reply to: H264 from Contour HD #209084
    Avatartricky76
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    thanks v-man, but can i ask why i would need a 2nd drive? as i said, im new, but what purpose would, as woody said, a "scratch" drive serve?  i happened to buy a WD MyCloud drive last week in order to move all my old docs from my old laptop over to that…it is a 2 terabyte drive.  would that come in handy for my purposes here?

     

    also, keep in mind, i am only working with a total of 30GB in 48 clips of video.  i am keeping none of the audio, its all wind noise. 

     

    so anyway, i do appreciate any further info you are willing to provide, thanks!

     

    rich

    in reply to: H264 from Contour HD #209077
    Avatartricky76
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    the file extensions are .mov? 

    in reply to: H264 from Contour HD #209072
    Avatartricky76
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    All good points Woody thank you. Maybe you can email me so we can continue a dialogue? Rpayne76@hotmail. I would really appreciate any further info you might be willing to share.
    Goodnight for now and thank you!

    in reply to: H264 from Contour HD #209070
    Avatartricky76
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    Hi Woody, thank you!

     

    I expect my new laptop to arrive fedex on wednesday.  It is a dell xps 15, with 512 solid state drive, with 16gb memory, and 4th gen icore 7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2GB GDDR5 video card,

    my hope is that this system will be able to handle the work load and then some.

     

    here is what i want to do and i want the best, and dont mind paying for it:

     

    I want to play each of the 48 clips using whatever software…and cut the best of each clip, add the different cuts together, then add text to the clips…speed up some frames, slow down other frames to add effect and so forth…to finalize, i want to add music.

     

    so, with all the above in mind, would you still recommend your method, or can we think even bigger?

     

    thanks again for replying…who knows, maybe after this experiment, i will really enjoy editing, and pick it up as a fun hobby, ive got tons of cell phone and camera videos 

     

    -Rich

    new york

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