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Old May 2nd, 2006, 05:07 AM   #31
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Just to make sure I'm understanding this David, you're saying a Dual Core 955 Intel based solution is OK for Ingestion at 1920x1080p24 10bit?

Theres no update on the Cineform web site and Intel processors just didn't seem up to the job previously.

I know after trialing Prospect on our Dual 3.0G Xeons here that all our infrastructure needs looking at....maybe we'll turn them into media servers!!!


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The Wafian capture software is pretty slick, has a lot of tools that are very helpful for on set work. If you can do without that, a Prospect HD Ingest license would do much the same CineForm capture work. However if might be hard to get the required CPU into a shuttle box. If you put in a Intel 955 you will be fine for 1920x1080p24 10-bit.
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Old May 2nd, 2006, 10:00 AM   #32
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That information went official at NAB, we where showing an Intel 965 running Prospect HD Ingest. Our website will soon be updated to reflect this now that we are back from NAB. A single 955 or 965 will bet dual Xeons because the huge increase in memory performance.
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Old May 4th, 2006, 04:58 AM   #33
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Well this is good news and will probably lower the cost of setting up a capture station. Can you tell me the spec of the PC used? Was it the Gateway system that is being talked about?

I take it the 2K film workflow has no problems with this processor either?

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That information went official at NAB, we where showing an Intel 965 running Prospect HD Ingest. Our website will soon be updated to reflect this now that we are back from NAB. A single 955 or 965 will bet dual Xeons because the huge increase in memory performance.

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Old May 4th, 2006, 10:07 AM   #34
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It was a Gateway system used at NAB based on a 965. Yes this is good for 2K work also.
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