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What makes Premiere run faster?

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***** charles
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 12, 2006 2:47 pm    Post subject: What makes Premiere run faster?



Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....
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Kringe
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 1:17 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?



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"***** charles" <shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote


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an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow

Is it your Rendering that is slow - or just general navigation and use?
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***** charles
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 2:56 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?



"Kringe" <DELETETHISPARTdylanforsales (AT) cox (DOT) net> wrote


Quote:
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"***** charles" <shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote

an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow

Is it your Rendering that is slow - or just general navigation and use?

renderig


charles.....
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Videofreak
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2006 7:10 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
<shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:


Quote:
Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....

I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.



Quote:

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Darrell G
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2006 2:19 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

Videofreak wrote:

Quote:
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:

Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....

I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.

Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.
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Videofreak
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 9:05 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 19:19:55 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:


Quote:
Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.

Then why don't you check out all the reviews of the technology. They
say it is actually slower
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Videofreak
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 10:30 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 19:19:55 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:


Quote:
Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:

Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....

I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.

Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.
It may be that I was confusing the Core 2 Duo technology with


the hyper-threading technology that found in a Pentium 4 3.0HT

This processor runs slower in duo mode than in single mode per the
review below

http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2002Nov/bch20021119017380.htm
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Darrell G
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 2:29 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

Videofreak wrote:

Quote:
On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 19:19:55 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:

Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:

Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....
I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.
Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.
It may be that I was confusing the Core 2 Duo technology with

the hyper-threading technology that found in a Pentium 4 3.0HT

This processor runs slower in duo mode than in single mode per the
review below

http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2002Nov/bch20021119017380.htm

Ah yes... Hyperthreading is of questionable value. That I will agree
with. Dual core, however, is completely different and will make
multi-threaded, multi-processor aware applications such as Premiere
perform much better.
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Videofreak
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 3:55 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 19:29:36 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:


Quote:
Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 19:19:55 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:

Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:

Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....
I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.
Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.
It may be that I was confusing the Core 2 Duo technology with

the hyper-threading technology that found in a Pentium 4 3.0HT

This processor runs slower in duo mode than in single mode per the
review below

http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2002Nov/bch20021119017380.htm

Ah yes... Hyperthreading is of questionable value. That I will agree
with. Dual core, however, is completely different and will make
multi-threaded, multi-processor aware applications such as Premiere
perform much better.

Ah okay. But they are both single processors fooling the OS right? And
actually there is a slight difference here. I just noticed the
original post says " Dual core" which literally implies two physically
separate processors. But intels technology is call Duo Core and that
Hyper threading thing definitely was not two physically separate
processors
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Darrell G
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 19, 2006 2:05 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

Videofreak wrote:

Quote:
On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 19:29:36 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:

Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 19:19:55 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:

Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:

Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....
I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.
Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.
It may be that I was confusing the Core 2 Duo technology with

the hyper-threading technology that found in a Pentium 4 3.0HT

This processor runs slower in duo mode than in single mode per the
review below

http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2002Nov/bch20021119017380.htm
Ah yes... Hyperthreading is of questionable value. That I will agree
with. Dual core, however, is completely different and will make
multi-threaded, multi-processor aware applications such as Premiere
perform much better.

Ah okay. But they are both single processors fooling the OS right? And
actually there is a slight difference here. I just noticed the
original post says " Dual core" which literally implies two physically
separate processors. But intels technology is call Duo Core and that
Hyper threading thing definitely was not two physically separate
processors

Hyperthreading allows the CPU to execute instructions on both the
integer/logic unit and the floating point unit of a CPU simultaneously.
The only improvement possible is if the process has threads that need
both units at the same time.

Dual core has two complete CPU cores in the same package. In the earlier
Intel dual core CPUs (the Pentium D series) it was literally two CPU
cores in the same package, each with it's own cache. The newer Intels
(Core Duo and Core 2 Duo) have two complete CPU cores and they share the
cache (this is much more efficient). Either way, two threads can be
executing at the same time regardless of which unit they require.

There are also CPUs that have both.
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Videofreak
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 10:42 am    Post subject: Re: What makes Premiere run faster?

On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 19:05:33 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:


Quote:
Videofreak wrote:
On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 19:29:36 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:

Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 19:19:55 -0700, Darrell G <no (AT) spam (DOT) com> wrote:

Videofreak wrote:
On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 14:47:23 GMT, "***** charles"
shultzjrX (AT) sbcglobal (DOT) net> wrote:

Hi all,

I have Premiere running on a Dual P4 3.066 with
2G of ram and 1)100G scsi and 1)160G scsi with
an FX5600 video card. Trouble is, it seems slow
for this level of horsepower. What does it take
to make Premiere run "fast"?

Does Premiere take advantage of dual core,
hyperthreading, faster video cards etc...

Is there a version that will take advantage of the
amd64/em64t architecture?

thanks,
charles.....
I know I;m responding to an old post but someone may find it useful.
The more changes you make to the video,(Effects, color
corrections.transitions) the longer it will take to render.

Duo Core is a waste of technology. As it is actually slower than
having just the single core setup activated. This processor has issues
and that is a major issue.
Dual core is NOT a waste of technology. It is NOT slower than single
core. You shouldn't tell people things like that as you clearly have no
idea what you are talking about. As long as multi-processor patches are
applied everything is significantly faster. Of course, if your hard
drive is not up to the task, it won't be much help.
It may be that I was confusing the Core 2 Duo technology with

the hyper-threading technology that found in a Pentium 4 3.0HT

This processor runs slower in duo mode than in single mode per the
review below

http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2002Nov/bch20021119017380.htm
Ah yes... Hyperthreading is of questionable value. That I will agree
with. Dual core, however, is completely different and will make
multi-threaded, multi-processor aware applications such as Premiere
perform much better.

Ah okay. But they are both single processors fooling the OS right? And
actually there is a slight difference here. I just noticed the
original post says " Dual core" which literally implies two physically
separate processors. But intels technology is call Duo Core and that
Hyper threading thing definitely was not two physically separate
processors

Hyperthreading allows the CPU to execute instructions on both the
integer/logic unit and the floating point unit of a CPU simultaneously.
The only improvement possible is if the process has threads that need
both units at the same time.

Dual core has two complete CPU cores in the same package. In the earlier
Intel dual core CPUs (the Pentium D series) it was literally two CPU
cores in the same package, each with it's own cache. The newer Intels
(Core Duo and Core 2 Duo) have two complete CPU cores and they share the
cache (this is much more efficient). Either way, two threads can be
executing at the same time regardless of which unit they require.

There are also CPUs that have both.

Ah good to know and now I got it straight
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