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i found a site where i can get the same computer for cheaper than me putting it together and with avid instead of adobe and avid>adobe and it would all be cheaper than i could put it together so i think i will do that
it's here so i guess i won't be building it... oh well

EDIT: well that doesn't come with monitors though... or an extra SATA controller, or a 64 bit OS
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I noticed that you added a blu-ray burner on there. Do you really need one? The discs still run about $20 apiece and the drive is still like $800, and it's possible that it won't become the next major media format. I would omit the blu-ray drive (at least for now) and buy more LCD space.
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If you get a 64-bit OS and then run 32-bit software, you're going to lower performance. Mac OS X is 64-bit, and i believe the software is native 64-bit, so you should get a nice performance boost there, especially for encoding.
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But he can't run MAC OSX unless he gets a MAC
    
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i think you are talking about the quadro and fire Gl cards and i have looked at those but those are for 3d rendering not for video editing. we may use a matrox video editing card but that would be in the 2k for software (because it would be bundled).

as for the power supply how would this do?
I was thinking about this later after I posted, you're right.
    
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I'm coming into this late but buy yourself as much monitor as you can fit on your desk. You may want to consider getting 4 24" widescreens and putting them on a 2x2 stand, or at least 2 of them. Or consider getting a Dell 30" widescreen instead of what you're buying. It might be useful to view 1080i/1080p video in full resolution within the editing software of your choice. Only a 2560x1600 will allow that.
Wow....what church is this? I'd LOVE to edit with 4 24" widescreens...

Though I'm a little confused, why would a church want HD filming?
    
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If it is a church then why don't you get a decent projector instead?
    
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They probably have already the projector stuff and so

I'd get one 24" monitor (or maybe 20"), and a 30" plus HDTV (with 1080p resolution). Use the monitor to do the editing, and the TV to see the results before you finalize it. Something like that.
    
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I noticed that you added a blu-ray burner on there. Do you really need one? The discs still run about $20 apiece and the drive is still like $800, and it's possible that it won't become the next major media format. I would omit the blu-ray drive (at least for now) and buy more LCD space.
i only added the blu ray player so that when we do go high def we can have enough powersupply. i did not add the blu ray burner to the list of items to buy.

dual monitors is a must beause most of us can't even imagine not having two after having two for a long time it is really hard to go back to one so i think the dual 20" monitors will be great. i think we have a 32" LCD tv in the overall budget sometime this year and i was told not to worry about that yet. we have PLENTY of projectors we don't need any more of those were out of storage space as it is after replacing all the classroom TV's with projectors.

you don't get a performance drop using 32 bit applications on a 64 bit OS atleast not in my experience the have been even faster than on a 32 bit OS including the editing software i know for sure that it runs faster on a 64 bit system from experience. Plus you get the advantage of the ability for addressing large amounts of memory without having to change software (we have decided to stay with Adobe premier pro 2.0 untill we get the high def cameras later in the year)
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i only added the blu ray player so that when we do go high def we can have enough powersupply. i did not add the blu ray burner to the list of items to buy.

dual monitors is a must beause most of us can't even imagine not having two after having two for a long time it is really hard to go back to one so i think the dual 20" monitors will be great. i think we have a 32" LCD tv in the overall budget sometime this year and i was told not to worry about that yet. we have PLENTY of projectors we don't need any more of those were out of storage space as it is after replacing all the classroom TV's with projectors.

you don't get a performance drop using 32 bit applications on a 64 bit OS atleast not in my experience the have been even faster than on a 32 bit OS including the editing software i know for sure that it runs faster on a 64 bit system from experience. Plus you get the advantage of the ability for addressing large amounts of memory without having to change software (we have decided to stay with Adobe premier pro 2.0 untill we get the high def cameras later in the year)
this sounds like a catholic privater school instead of a church. my school has tv annoucnments and is just loaded with oodles of cash...but the morning tv just scucks well i want to wish you luck on your friken expensive rig!
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