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Conclusion

If you were editing this particular project, you most likely would have started in full resolution, because not that much media was associated with it to begin with. You were supplied the files in an OfflineRT resolution for three reasons: That's all that would fit on the DVD, these files play back from any qualified Macintosh, and renders are much faster in this mode because the media files are so small. You were given high-resolution audio files because they simply don't take up the space that full-resolution video files do.

But consider how you could handle a very large project. You very well could capture much more footage per gigabyte of available storage. OfflineRT files take up only about one-eighth the storage space of full-resolution DV, which is only about one-fifth the size of uncompressed video files. So, in essence, if you were working in uncompressed video, you could capture 40 times as much media to create your program and have only enough storage space to recapture what was used.


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