JOEBAHOOVY6 said:I agree fcp isn't friendly at all with AVI's either. Always convert and work with Apple pro Res files. Unless you need super clean footage the pro Rez LT is a very clean codec with not too much space taken up. Otherwise as the above post states MPEG stream clip Is fantastic and is a free encoder/converter from a company called squared 5. You will need the quickime MPEG PLAYBACK componet located on apples site and it's around 20$. A worthwhile investment for anyone needing to convert just about anything to QT pro Res. Anyone looking to build a killer video editing system look no further than my specs below. This thing makes a MAC Pro drool in my dust! BTW anyone wanting to know adobe premier is KILLING FCP today, hopefully in a few weeks at NAB apple releases a premier killer! Until then I'll take my 5 layers of chroma keyed, live typed glowing graphics and 3 way color corrected footage in real time on my HACKINTISH's Quadro 4000 card any day over FCP. Thanks again to Tony for this incredible opportunity to work this fast for so little $$$$!!!!!
JOEBAHOOVY6 said:Hey Joe,
Did you buy the Quadro 4000 Mac? Or the PC version?
If you did buy the Mac card do you have problems in Windows with your Mac Card?
NO, I bought the PC Card, and it's actually REALLY, solid on the PC. It seems a bit Quirky on the MAC, but I am VERY happy with my Realtime results in Adobe Premier, so I can deal with the couple small quirks. Over all its VERY solid and smooth.
the only difference i know of is that the PC version has 2 DVI outputs one Display Port. The mac version has 1 DVI output and 1 Display Port.boss351 said:I'm Thinking about getting the Quadro 4000 what is the difference between the pc card and the mac version?