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  • Richard Cooper

    May 3, 2012 at 12:03 am

    Tom, Thanks for the link, that is great news to be sure!

    I notice on the video that the playback was delayed about 2 frames or so on the broadcast monitor compared to the Computer… Do you now if Adobe (or AJA for that matter) has the option to adjust for this delay? Like FCP did?

    Richard Cooper
    FrostLine Productions, LLC
    Anchorage, Alaska
    http://www.frostlineproductions.com

  • Tom Daigon

    May 3, 2012 at 12:53 am

    They are still working on it. Remember. PrP has not been officially released. And besides, a 2 frame delay is not a problem for me.

    Tom Daigon
    PrP / After Effects Editor
    http://www.hdshotsandcuts.com
    Mac Pro 3,1
    8 core
    10.7.3
    Nvidia Quadro 4000
    24 gigs ram
    Maxx Digital / Areca 8tb. raid
    Kona 3

  • Joel Arvidsson

    May 3, 2012 at 8:28 pm

    Just wanted to add to the grief that aja eol kona lhe. I understand that it had a quite long life but it would still work with new drivers. I wonder what is so much better in the lhe plus that makes lhe useless?

    joelarvidsson@gmail.com

  • Barbura Barbara

    December 2, 2012 at 8:04 am

    I am about to buy an aja kona 3 and I have some questions
    I want to use it in adobe premiere pro (probably cs 5)
    and I want to make some editing – sd and hd – some bmp images mixed with some adobe animation, efects, motions, etc – which works very hard at the moment on my system (barton 2500+)
    My question is, will it improve the editing capabilities, rendering time, etc?

  • Richard Cooper

    December 3, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Barbura,
    The Kona line cards are for Broadcast video in and out of your edit machine so you can monitor a proper signal on a broadcast monitor. They wont give you faster renders or faster editing. What you would need for this is a nVidia Cuda accelerated graphics (GUI) card (I use the GTX570) Adobe CS uses these cuda cores to accelerate many things and you will notice a huge jump in performance once you have one installed and you activate the GPU acceleration within Premiere.
    Other things you can do to help with your speed challenges is cram as much RAM into your system as you can afford and get yourself a fast RAID hard drive array.

    Oh! and upgrade to Premieree CS6! CS5 is a major pain with some things (i/o cards and such) and 5.5 isn’t much better. Huge improvements in CS6

    Good Luck!

    Richard Cooper
    FrostLine Productions, LLC
    Anchorage, Alaska
    http://www.frostlineproductions.com

  • Tom Daigon

    December 3, 2012 at 11:50 pm

    Ditto everything that Richard said.

    Sorry I couldnt respond in a timely manner. My Mac Pros Quadro 4000 card died. I just lucked out and found the ATI card in the garage that came stock with it many years ago.

    Tom Daigon
    PrP / After Effects Editor
    http://www.hdshotsandcuts.com
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxPrG3WUyz8
    (Best viewed at 1080P and full screen)
    HP Z820 Dual 2687
    64GB ram
    Dulce DQg2 16TB raid

  • Barbura Barbara

    December 4, 2012 at 6:55 am

    ok ty for the response, I was about to buy one…
    so you say that a scsi could improve a lot more the editing performance?
    I can try this… a scsix2 HP 73 gb 15.000 https://www.adaptec.com/en-us/support/scsi/u160/asc-29160/

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