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Darin WooldridgeToday's test
by on Sep 10, 2010 at 7:11:04 pm

Adding another 16 fibre drives to the system for a total of 32 10k spindles.
Atto 8 Gb's dual channel card.
Tomorrow its a 64 port fibre channel director and another 32 spindles.
My goal is 2k dpx stereo playback @ 23.976.

Darin Wooldridge
d.i.colorist@me.com

Check me out on face book... Davinci Resolve colorist


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Gary TaylorRe: Today's test
by on Sep 10, 2010 at 11:54:38 pm

Go Darrin Go!

And all this on a 2008 Mac Pro.

Thanks,
Gary



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Darin WooldridgeRe: Today's test
by on Sep 11, 2010 at 8:50:48 am

For now yes its a 2008. I have a feeling a new 12core mac is just around the corner.

Darin


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Ola Haldor VollRe: Today's test
by on Sep 11, 2010 at 10:00:20 am

I went from a 2008 to a 2009. The performance when I got a second card (I only tested with GTX285 on the 2008) was an incredible boost. I have a 2K 50fps RED RAW here of an explosion I'm making a 'day for night' out of. I have 13 nodes (!!!) and I can still get real-time playback in quarter and half res... Is that insane or WHAT?

My setup is
Mac Pro 2009 2.26GHz, 6GB RAM
GT120+GTX285
Decklink HD Extreme 3D
RocketRAID eSATA controller with 4TB RAID0 spanned over four disks.

Not the wildest setup, but for my range of clients (for now..) it's a massive upgrade from the Color workflow.


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Sean KapletonRe: Today's test
by on Sep 12, 2010 at 2:59:19 am

out of curiosity what are you using for broadcast & film calibrated monitoring? also what converter hdlink3d, Aja hdp2 or?!



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Darin WooldridgeRe: Today's test
by on Sep 12, 2010 at 4:16:51 am

At home I am testing with a sony broadcast crt, a Sony LMD-232W HD Studio Monitor and a consumer projector the optima hd20. At the office I use a christie 2k projector, crt and plasma.

Yes I'm using the DeckLink HD Extreme 3D I/O card.. It has dual link sdi and hdmi outputs.
http://www.blackmagic-design.com/products/decklinkhdextreme/


Darin Wooldridge
d.i.colorist@mac.com
On facebook as davinci resolve colorist


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Ola Haldor VollRe: Today's test
by on Sep 12, 2010 at 11:08:42 am

I have a Panasonic BT-LH1700W, and in the new office I'm borrowing a BT-LH2600W until I can get a Panasonic plasma up on the wall..

We're in contact with the cinema next door (one floor below actually) to get a deal with one of their smaller theater with about 70 seats. They're installing a Christie 4K projector these days. Well suited for loads of fun. :-)


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ergin ÖztürkRe: Today's test
by on Oct 13, 2010 at 4:24:13 pm

hi Ola

is your 2009 mac pro 2.26GHz single CPU?


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Ola Haldor VollRe: Today's test
by on Mar 16, 2011 at 12:44:22 pm

Hey, sorry late reply on this. Didn't see it until now.

It's a 2x quad core.




Here's a photo from the session on monday. Lights were on for the photo only, of course.



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