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Old 03-26-2009, 08:08 PM
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Default switching to PC, question about video playback

Well, i will retire my G5 soon and looking to buy a PC as i find the crossgrade PCI-PCIe for my HD2 to be too expensive.
My main concern is about video playback on the PC side. What do you post guy use for video playback SD and HD. I need a robust professional system for post. Can this be done on a PC. I assume ALL functionality on PT8 mac will be the same as on PC like OMF file import.
Lastly, what computer do you guys recommand, i will most likely go with one of DIGI compatible/tested PC, but wich one. Thanks a lot.
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