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[filmscanners] Re: Onboard Graphics and Filmscanning



Date sent:              Sun, 09 Jun 2002 08:54:14 -0600
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From:                   "Don Marcotte" <donmarcotte@shaw.ca>
To:                     doogle@doogle.com
Subject:                [filmscanners] Re: Onboard Graphics and Filmscanning

> I use an onboard video card (8MB?) in an 800MHz Pentium 3, 512MB RAM PC. I
> can't compare speeds to a 32MB video card but the speed of my editing is
> fine. Maybe I don't appreciate the speed of a 32MB video card but I can't
> imagine a huge difference when I manipulating 27MB (8 bit) or 55MB (16 bit)
> images. Changes in PS7 are very quick, a fraction of a second usually.
> Scanning is a different story but that has nothing to do with the video card.
>
> Don

I also have onboard video, Intel mobo, PIII/800, 512MB RAM.
I run 19" monitor at 1024x768 in 24bit ("TrueColor") mode.
No probs, plenty fast for PhotoShop.
If you do 3D, especially gaming, this would NOT be adequate however..


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