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Old 11-01-2010, 12:22 PM
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Question HD Native and video


I'm about to buy several HD Native systems for editing and ADR. Everything seems to be okay with them, except one thing - video.

We want to work with HD video, DNxHD or ProRes encoded, and the question is - how many cpu resources on 8-core mac will be available for plugins and other native things after video decoding? As video peripheral we have only one way - BMD SDI cards but they don't have hardware decoders. Estimated bitrate for video is about 220 Mbit/s.

Other video options seems to be too expensive for us..

Does anyone have any ideas about that?
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