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Old October 31st, 2012, 08:27 PM   #1
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Hi guys
I'm using the original Ninja and have started connecting my Canon XH A1 to it via a component to hdmi adaptor. The interesting thing is that the image looks great on the Ninja monitor when recording and also on playback from the Ninja. But I'm finding that when I export the footage into my NLE (Edius 6) it has a slight vibration and some pixilation. I'm putting this down to the converter but it doesn't seem to show up at the actual time of recording. Also, I have a large monitor attached next to the Ninja and it looks great on that as well.
I would expect that if the component to hdmi converter wasn't up to scratch I'd see something on these monitors. Just as a side note. When I record from my Canon HV30 via HDMI there are no problems. Anyway, I'm interested in your comments.
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