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Does one benefit from the 8 MB cache when video editing?

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Does one benefit from the 8 MB cache when video editing or is the cache being flushed all the time? some people say that there is a benefit for the sound part during video editing.

I personally think that one doesn't benefit from it, anybody know?

Thanks

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If you are working only with DV and the transitions are cuts, there is no rendering and the fastest the hard disk drive the better; otherwise, the CPU will always be the bottleneck.

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Thanks for the reply and the thread, but I still don't understand it. So the bigger cache seems to help audio recording and playback, but with video you always capture first and then edit and add effects. So the more effects I use the more benefitial?

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