|Sep 16, 2005, 03:05 PM||#1|
Multipowerbook rendering and Final Cut.
I was wondering how fast would be to render wiresly in After Effects.
I am planing to get 3 12" PB. I am a Video Jockey and that is why I need the flexibility in transportation.
Then... can I accelerate Final Cut using the same configuration?
|Sep 16, 2005, 03:09 PM||#2|
I think it only works when you are rendering out sequence of stills. I don't think it works with video files such as DV. Not sure though. For rendering gigs like this, you might just bring along a G5 if you are near an outlet. The top end G5s are 4-5 times faster than the PBs.
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