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Hi this is my first article and i am reasonably new at this and with the gritty bits and pieces of computers.
My dream is to produce video documentaries so i bought a macpro 2008 model running 10.6.5 with 2 by 2.8 Ghz Quad core Intel Xeon, 10 GB 800 MHz DDR2 FB-DIMM, ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT Graphics card, 5 terra bytes internal and 3 terra bytes external hardrives.
Now i kinda packed it out as i film and edit in HD 1440 by 1080 mini DV footage and have started a new series about building a motorhome camper and have been fortunate to be sponsored as well.
The problem i am having is the viewer picture is constantly freezing uop and everything in imovie 11 is going real slow, i do have a lot of footage on the computer but still have only used about half to 2/3 of the drive space so why is it slowing down, after all i thought this was the movie makers set-up ?
I have to release another video soon so help would be really appreciated.
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