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alex harding
real time playback
on Oct 8, 2009 at 7:54:00 am

Hi,

if you can feed premiere fast enough disks, can it handle real time uncompressed playback without rendering?

cheers

alex


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Marcello Mazzilli
Re: real time playback
on Oct 8, 2009 at 8:01:59 am

Yes... but it depends on the format you are using...

Premier can play realtime the list of formats you find when you open a Timeline
DVCPRO, DV, XDCAM (in MP4 wrapper not MOV), etc...

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arc nevada
Re: real time playback
on Oct 8, 2009 at 9:38:02 am

It should, but keep in mimd uncompressed HD is about 120 MB per second. If you want multiple layers of uncompressed HD you might want to RAID at least 6 hard drives together.

You can also customize an uncompressed timeline.


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alex harding
Re: real time playback
on Oct 14, 2009 at 8:30:29 pm

we have a san that can play 2 streams of uncompressed 2k footage simultaneously. what i really want is something that can play back dpx sequences in real time. we have a clipster that can do this, but its nightmare to actually use the timeline. final cut hates image sequences so i find it very annoying to use.

can premiere play back image sequences in real time or would i have to render some kind of avi / mov?

in fact i can't even get it to import the dpx sequence, is this format supported?

also, if i configure the timeline to be uncompressed, should i select 'desktop'? is it possible to have video monitoring in this mode?


thanks in advance, i am very appreciative of any help offered!


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