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Computer and Studio 14

Last post 08-02-2010, 10:44 by Raff_Uy. 9 replies.
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  •  07-27-2010, 20:21 412225

    Computer and Studio 14

    I have Pinnacle Studio 14 and it takes a lot of space on my computer is there any way i can have less space being taken by Studio 14? If not what kind of computer should i use for Pinnacle Studio 14?

  •  07-28-2010, 0:50 412240 in reply to 412225

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    Could you please be more specific? What amount in which folder are you talking about?

    By the nature of an editing application you can't avoid rendering processes which will fill your render folder. You can delete that files and only the parts with effects in your sequence which you are currently working on will be rendered again. This will shrink the amount of needed space. If you can work fine with S14 and you don't have the feeling it is rather slow, you might not need a new computer. Adding another hard drive might be sufficient.

  •  07-28-2010, 9:57 412332 in reply to 412240

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    In my 'C' Drive Folder. There is a list of every program i have with an amount of space it takes up from my 'C' Drive, Pinnancle Studio 14 takes up 2,037.00 MB.  The next highest program takes up 246.00 MB space on my 'C' Drive. I have been deleting old files or moving them off my computer and it gives me more space but each time i finish a project then upload it or make into a DVD. I would delete everything or remove it from my computer but it still has been taking up some space each time. So after doing this several times i'm close to not having enough space to finish projects.  I know it's going to take a lot of space but i can't use the program to the use i wanted to and upload some videos with my dazzle into my computer.  I also have an External Hard Drive but i can't upload videos or pictures from my External Hard Drive to Pinnancle Studio 14.

  •  07-29-2010, 1:57 412546 in reply to 412240

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    By the nature of an editing application you can't avoid rendering processes which will fill your render folder. You can delete that files and only the parts with effects in your sequence which you are currently working on will be rendered again. This will shrink the amount of needed space.
    How to do that, in THIS Post..

    BTW - It looks like Hans has won the Euromillions Lottery, by the look on his Face in his Avatar.Wink

    ADDED - Both Posting at same time. You still need to Delete the Hidden Render Folder, as per my Link. Which could clean several GB off your HDD.

  •  07-29-2010, 9:15 412604 in reply to 412546

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    And don't forget to delete the image created ( Video_TS) which also takes a lot of space, the default location is My Documents\Pinnacle Folder\My Image.

     

    Moved from Pinnacle Studio Family to Studio Installation and Setup.

  •  07-30-2010, 4:43 412772 in reply to 412332

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    Just how big is your hard drive. Looks like you need a bigger one....or two....or three....

     

  •  07-30-2010, 18:07 412913 in reply to 412772

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    David Hunt:

    Just how big is your hard drive. Looks like you need a bigger one....or two....or three....

     

    I believe my hard drive is 2.99 GB
  •  07-31-2010, 2:17 412935 in reply to 412913

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    Welcome to the forum!

    Click on Computer and you should see a list of all hard drives on your PC. You should then see the sizes etc for each drive. Thats assuming you are using Windows 7? It would help if you filled in some details in your profile about  your PC specs.

    In my opinion 2.99gb is nowhere near big enough, I have a total of 2tb but I do have a lot of captured video from old vhs tapes waiting to be edited. (Time is not always fair to we mortals)

  •  08-02-2010, 7:37 413260 in reply to 412935

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    Hi! I think this linked article will be a good reading for you. You should be able to determine what files can be moved to another drive.
  •  08-02-2010, 10:44 413315 in reply to 412913

    Re: Computer and Studio 14

    Attachment: freespace.JPG
    I believe my hard drive is 2.99 G.

    Is this your free space? this is to small even for Windows alone, to find out your HDD capacity right click on drive on the MyComputer ex. drive C: select properties and you will see the drive information.

     


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