salemshady wrote:howdy ppl... i have a feeling this question is a little iffy as in i shouldnt be asking them.. but i am hoping the mods will let me go this time cause i am only a noob
so umm.. well ive been trying to make me an amv of my own and somehow i just cant get more than 15 clips on my timeline using cyberlink powerdirector or uleadvideo studio! i have a feeeling its because the avi files iam using hogs up a lot of ram cause its compressed or whatever! now i have 2 questions:
is there any way i can convert all my avi files into some iso file and make it work like a dvd and then got my clips from there so it didnt hog too much ram?
ok so my laptop has 1gb of ram and around 100 gb of space...i thought it was good to run a video editor smoothly... but cyberlink and ulead isnt doing the trick for me... can u guys point me to some similar programs that could run smoother??
thankx a lot
salemshady wrote:uleadvideo studio ... hogs up a lot of ram
Infinity Squared wrote:Hmm... Most of my videos listed on the org right now have been completed in CyberLink PowerDirector 4. I'm operating on a laptop with 256MB of RAM and 1.4GHz Intel Celeron processor, and I gotta tell you, I've never encountered much problems processing XviDs on PowerDirector. In fact, I find that when all else fails, PowerDirector can save the day by being able to open up files, short of frame serving them. I've created videos with over a hundred, more than likely more, clips on it and I definitely have not had much problem then.
However, I did eventually get a problem when I upgraded to PowerDirector 5. It still processes all kinds of videos with still many clips at a time, however it was just a bigger resource hog for my poor computer so I reverted back to version 4. I don't think that with your computer's specs, that you should be encountering problems with version 5, but I'd just like to point your direction to that little test that PowerDirector has about the default DMA. You might have messed up something with that...
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