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by meslin
12 Nov 2008, 04:38
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions
Replies: 14
Views: 9924

Re: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions

Ray, I did do a full re-install on my Dell (it's a typical Dimension workstation that was purchased for under $1,000). I didn't do any BIOS tweaks, though. And I've never set up a RAID. I do have the 3GB switch in the boot.ini. As for video cards, I have a poorly-reviewed ATI All-In-Wonder 2007 whic...
by meslin
11 Nov 2008, 04:37
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions
Replies: 14
Views: 9924

Re: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions

Ray, thanks for all the information! I am looking for responsiveness in TVP, yes. So far it's usable but scrubbing (dragging playhead back and forth) is not helpful for timing options (as it is in 720p for example). The reason they want it in 2K is that this animated 'bug' is the production company'...
by meslin
04 Nov 2008, 23:11
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions
Replies: 14
Views: 9924

Re: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions

I will look into the RAID option -- thanks!

If I change the data rate in the preview settings, that only affects the playback, right? What about when I am just moving the playhead around with the mouse (or virtually via the mousewheel)? Can it lower the resolution during that action too?
by meslin
03 Nov 2008, 22:15
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions
Replies: 14
Views: 9924

Working in Very High (>HD) resolutions

Hello all! I'm currently running TVP9 Pro on two different WinXP machines - a Dual Core 2.8 GHz desktop (3GB RAM) and a Core 2 Duo 2 GHz laptop (2GB). I have a freelance job that will be printed to 35mm, and they'd really like a 4K digital file but will accept 2K. Even though the animation is less t...