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Pentium II

Introduction to video editing is very simple, only need a few elements, and you can be producing quality movies at home that you will enjoy for many years. Maybe even produce a successful Hollywood film. The basic elements that need is a capture card for video, software editing, equipment, storage space on your computer and a camcorder, VCR, or can display the movie on the computer screen. The process is easy, all you have to do is capture the video to your computer using a capture card, edit the video with video editing software and download the video that has been edited either tape or burn it to VCD, CD or DVD. Let’s take a look at your computer. You will need a minimum of a Pentium II 300 or higher, a minimum of 256 MB of RAM, but you will get better performance with 512 megs.

Also you should have a 30 GB drive that is divided into two independent partitions. This means that you will have a unit C: and D a:. C: must be 10 GB where all your software is stored and the D: will be in your audio, video and editing projects. Your graphics card should be 32 Meg AGP. You can have a 8 or 16 Meg, but the quality won’t be as good. The storage is probably the most confusing thing about video editing. The makers of video has many options for storing your digital video files and is why it can be so confusing. If you want to create your own DVD, then you will need lots of storage. The maximum that can leave a single sided DVD 4.7 GB is around 2 hours of video. If you are using footage DV that is will need 13 GB per hour of video, this means that you will need storage 26ES and remember that you always have extra material needed a factor that, so by what are now up to 39 GB of storage space needed.

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