It's been a while Linux is my main operating system. I occasionally use Windows on my Asus EEE PC netbook and under Virtualbox to play poker. But today I am back under Windows with full hardware power needs.
My summer holidays in Japan are finished and I came back with a compact, ultra-lightweight, HD camcorder, a canon Ivis HF20 full of summer holiday movies. I chose Pinnacle Studio 12 Ultimate to edit my AVCHD videos and my computer is now pushed to its limits to make high-definition movies.
Windows hasn't changed much since I left it and the reasons I did are still there: annoying software download and installation, unreliable process management.
Anyway, that's right! This means you might soon be able to see some of my HD movies.
Canon Ivis HF20
- Full HD 1920x1080
- Recording Media: Internal Flash drive (32GB) or SDHC Memory Card
- Dimensions: 70x60x124 mm
- Weight: 340g
Concerning my computer, to be honest, it's low on memory as it's an affordable barebone system.
- HD Video editing computer
- Barebone: Shuttle KPC K48
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 8400 (45nm, 65W, 64 architecture, SSE, Virtualization Technology...)
- Memory: 2 GB