Comments re Premiere/Vid Editing and VIA chipsets....
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Subject: Comments re Premiere/Vid Editing and VIA chipsets....
Date: 10/16/2001 1:51:49 PM (GMT-7)
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Just thoght I'd bring these over for discussion - if anyones interested...
Anyone having problems with AMD chips?
S J - 02:16pm Oct 14, 2001 Pacific
Heard a few posts...ergo "million miles an hour playback" problems etc which have been circumstantially attributed to the AMD or more specifically VIA chipsets.
Anyone running Prem successfully on these platforms and if so - which motherboard/chipset/CPU are you running.
mrbb - 04:28pm Oct 14, 2001 Pacific (#1 of 2) Edited: 14-Oct-2001 at 04:28pm PST
I have a Gigabyte 72X and Athlon 1.3. I was having many problems until I got the latest mobo drivers and VIA 4-in-1 drivers. Not sure which one really did the trick but I think it was likely the mobo. Gigabyte boards come with a nice utility to easily flash the mobo. Also they have a utility called Easytune which safely and easily sets up overclocking.
Rob Talbot - 12:04pm Oct 16, 2001 Pacific (#2 of 2) Edited: 16-Oct-2001 at 12:06pm PST
I run several workstations with Premiere 6, all AMD 1Ghz with Elite K7VZA m/boards. No problems at all now, but before the Via 1430 drivers were installed the performance was terrible. Recommend you download "Raptest" from the Canopus site to test your harddrive read speed. You really need to be hitting 25 MB/s plus for reliable export-to-tape.
Any thoughts - I Have an underlying concern round all this.
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