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Old August 10th, 2005, 07:45 AM   #16
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I somewhat disagree Richard. HDV is not bad to work with but the 420 does limit it somewhat. You'll likely find out. Also you can work in I frame only in Edition Broadcast (which is the software space I work in). It is interesting times but I don't think HDV is going away simply because it is HDTV's format.

P2 is interesting to me because of the tapeless scenario and I'm likely on board for the HVX200. This is where Avid comes in for me. I'm hoping (I repeat hoping) they'll extend the DVCProHD codec to Edition and a 24P end to end. Currently we only have DVCPro50 and a 24P timeline with render/fuse (no capture).
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Old August 10th, 2005, 08:09 AM   #17
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Like I said, I don't think HDV is going away... I just think some other form of HD for prosumer will keep it from becoming really widespread. I think it's going to be viewed as an 'interim format' when all is said and done. Storage and computing power is just expanding so fast... it's hard to know what three years will bring.
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Old August 10th, 2005, 08:31 AM   #18
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Very true, It could change drastically. I think especially where P2 is concerned and the available storage amount per media. I think DVCProHD (like DVCPro50) will be the best solution.

Richard, This link is for you FCP friend. CineWave is still a current product and fully supported by Pinnacle via many methods.

Click here for CineWave Support

Anyway, best of luck

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