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5/17/05 4:54 PM
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mlkcarton
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Edited: 17-May-05
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One more question - I saw this on ebay - does it look okay to do medium level editing (run final cut without taking a lifetime) Item Specifics - Apple Desktops Product Family: PowerMac G4 Memory (RAM): 1 GB Processor Type: Dual Hard Drive Capacity: 120 GB Processor Speed: 1.8 GHz Screen Size: -- Operating System: Mac OS X Condition: -- Quicksilver 2001, with upgraded processors, Giga designs dual 1.8 mhz processors, http://www.gigadesigns.com/products7AD1418U.html also has Pioneer DVR-109 16x dual-layer DVD burner (does not come with seperate burning software) http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Pioneer/DVR109BK/ Also comes with Apple pro speakersand Apple OS 10.4 Tiger Thanks! Gregory
5/19/05 10:49 AM
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Edited: 19-May-05
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Gregory... It could do it, but why buy older technology? You would be better off with the G5 in my opinion. What is the price going for?
5/20/05 2:28 AM
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Edited: 20-May-05
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Yeah - I went for the G5. I'm a little concerned about long rendering times, but I think it should be ok. I really never do anything more than 10-15 minute movies. Thanks for the help.. Gregory
5/20/05 5:31 AM
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Edited: 20-May-05
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Gregory... You'll be fine and love your machine! I'm off to Mexico now. See you guys when I get back.

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