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I am having one miro DC30 card for video editing we are unable to get quality from that(slight jerks appearing)
I am using UDMA 6.2 GB IDE Hard disk Drive
-- Sobhan Kumar Vellanki (INDIA) (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 25, 1999
You should invest in a 7,200 - 10,000 RPM SCSI disk drive for capture and playback. (at least one) Check onsale.com for bargains on IBM ZX SCSI drives and new Hitachi drives in 9GB and 18GB sizes.
-- Monty Osterhus (email@example.com), May 05, 1999.
It sounds like you don't have a fast enough hard drive. I would recommend a minimum of a 7,200 RPM SCSI hard drive. You can get a good 9.1 gig drive for around 450 bucks if you shop around. You might also be able to use the new ULTRA-IDE hard drives that are out now. They are very cheap and are also 7,200 RPM's. They can handle data rates at around 3.7 megs/sec, which is perfect for DV.
-- Alan (SCSI_01@hotmail.com), June 10, 1999.