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Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

Last post 12-06-2009, 20:23 by cjwonder. 35 replies.
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  •  12-05-2009, 18:47 359755 in reply to 359754

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    I agree with previous posts. Yes

    Congrats Don. YesParty!!!

  •  12-05-2009, 18:55 359757 in reply to 359754

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    cuartetto:
    I just had to do this to make my 3000 th post.
    Good work Don. 3000 posts with no post padding, now that's an honerable record.  Beer
  •  12-05-2009, 19:53 359773 in reply to 359757

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    towbar:
    cuartetto:
    I just had to do this to make my 3000 th post.
    Good work Don. 3000 posts with no post padding, now that's an honerable record.  Beer

    Well, maybe just one. Wink

  •  12-06-2009, 11:10 359976 in reply to 359751

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    Thanks again for all the input. I think I will buy the Dell and go through their site, rather than the store, so I can add a couple of things like a better video card and power supply (Igor mentioned getting at least 650 watt and this has only 350). I have an 1 tb external firewire hard drive so I might also have them put in another firewire port as this one only has one. Hopefully I can soon have everything I need for shooting and editing in HD.

    CJ 

  •  12-06-2009, 11:11 359977 in reply to 359976

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    ...and congrats to Don for 3000 posts. I must be getting near that with all my questions. lol Hopefully someday I can help someone out with their questions here.

     

    CJ

  •  12-06-2009, 12:38 360004 in reply to 359977

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    Don't use a 350 watt power supply for sure. Even with 80% efficiency it's still like putting a four cylinder Pinto engine in a 2 ton truck and expecting it to perform. It just don't work( trying to irritate Greg with the grammar ).
  •  12-06-2009, 15:50 360038 in reply to 360004

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    Thanks everyone. I hated to post again as I liked the looks of the 3000. Well, onward to 4000.

     Don

  •  12-06-2009, 16:05 360043 in reply to 360038

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

  • Here ya go Don. Wink 
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  •  12-06-2009, 17:59 360056 in reply to 360043

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    Are you guy's saying that Studio 12 will not burn to a blu ray burner??????????????????????
  •  12-06-2009, 19:39 360068 in reply to 359976

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    cjwonder:

    Thanks again for all the input. I think I will buy the Dell and go through their site, rather than the store, so I can add a couple of things like a better video card and power supply (Igor mentioned getting at least 650 watt and this has only 350). I have an 1 tb external firewire hard drive so I might also have them put in another firewire port as this one only has one. Hopefully I can soon have everything I need for shooting and editing in HD.

    CJ 

    CJ,

    The power supply that I mentioned which blew up and took my Motherboard with it was a 400 Watt unit.  I fully agree that a 650 W unit is very useful to have.

    On another note, you may be aware of this, but when using Firewire (IEEE 1394) devices, do not ever remove or plug them in when the computer is running.  That is one of the most common sources of blown Firewire ports and also why Plug-and-Play USB has become popular.  Replacing a blown Firewire port on a camcorder can be very expensive!

  •  12-06-2009, 20:23 360076 in reply to 360068

    Re: Studio 14 Ultimate...why did I upgrade?

    VE7AXO:
      CJ,

    The power supply that I mentioned which blew up and took my Motherboard with it was a 400 Watt unit.  I fully agree that a 650 W unit is very useful to have.

    On another note, you may be aware of this, but when using Firewire (IEEE 1394) devices, do not ever remove or plug them in when the computer is running.  That is one of the most common sources of blown Firewire ports and also why Plug-and-Play USB has become popular.  Replacing a blown Firewire port on a camcorder can be very expensive!

    Good to know. Thanks.

    CJ 

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