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How many gigs of RAM does it take to get into the inner circle of those who can process and edit Pro Res 422 HQ at full frame rate?
if you understand that sentence, then you have probably been as frustrated as I over computer editing systems and their constant upgrading and the tag team that they seem to play with video codecs. I need a big mac octo-tower to edit some of the stuff I'm getting into, but I've still only got this 2GHz, 2 GB macbook pro and, though I love it, it stutters constantly.
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