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I just got my hands on a Sony VX-1000 and getting back into documentary videos and shorts.
My next level is editing. What is the best, computers, cards, sound, programs.
All responses are very appreciated.
-- Trina Pinkney (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 09, 1999
please look into the canopus dvrex. i use it and it's great. i also have premiere for more complex editing. the rex comes with rexedit. simple and fast. there's going to be a big up-grade to it in nov. or so. for audio i use sound forge. i have a gateway g6. it's a 450 mHz, 128 ram, and 24 gigs of storage. go to the rex user group for alot more info. they're great over there. good luck
-- josh jernigan (email@example.com), June 11, 1999.
I've seen the dv-rex m1 in use on a pc and it seems ok, though since you have a dv camcorder with firewire capability already a strictly dv editing solution would seem less expensive. A nice new Mac G4 with 128 megs of RAM will run about $1900. It already has a firewire input so you'll only need the software to pull it in and edit it. You can get Final Cut Pro from Apple for about $1000 or Edit DV from Digital Origin (a great choice) for a couple hundred less. Also, you'd want to get a good 7200 rpm, Ultra DMA video hard drive to go with your system hard drive, another $300 for a 20 to 27 gig drive.
-- Steve Bailey (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 20, 1999.