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Old June 22nd, 2006, 11:02 AM   #31
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Very well said, Christopher.
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Old June 22nd, 2006, 02:43 PM   #32
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Thanks Dave, I don't think you will have much luck with PP2 though. Can you render it to a PC friendly format through Avid?

Sorry Steve, I only have PPro 2 and older versions. I don't have Avid but there are .MOV files on the DVD for Avid.

I can upload the files if Chris will allow it but they are created specifically for Avid. Another set on the DVD, according to Canon, was converted from Avid files to DVCPRO HD .MOV files for FCP on the Mac. Canon provided no files for the PC in Cineform which I could use. As a matter of fact, at the show, they didn't even show Cineform software. The only PC software I saw was Avid.

Canon's position here is interesting since probably more than 60 percent of the serious PC users use Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas on the PC (IMHO). And anyone interested in editing HD 24p/24F on the PC is using Cineform.

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Old June 22nd, 2006, 10:44 PM   #33
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I can upload the files if Chris will allow it...
Not a question of me allowing it, but of Canon USA allowing it. The Watchmaker demo is Canon's intellectual property which is protected by copyright; they have every right to control how it is distributed. If I offered it for download without their express permission, that could mean serious legal trouble. I'll ask their marketing director tomorrow (I'm at CineGear in Los Angeles all day but will try to get the call in to CUSA anyway).
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 02:33 AM   #34
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Absolutely understood Chris. Thanks for you efforts.
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Old June 24th, 2006, 03:34 PM   #35
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Not a question of me allowing it, but of Canon USA allowing it. The Watchmaker demo is Canon's intellectual property which is protected by copyright; they have every right to control how it is distributed. If I offered it for download without their express permission, that could mean serious legal trouble. I'll ask their marketing director tomorrow (I'm at CineGear in Los Angeles all day but will try to get the call in to CUSA anyway).
Thanks Chris. I knew you wouldn't post anything until you talked to Canon. By the way, I really enjoyed the Cine Gear Expo yesterday. I had hoped that Red had something more to show than a cute little girl telling us how much we will love the modularity of their great idea (camera). I hope they show something soon.

Lot's of good stuff to see. I especially liked the Dalsa Digital Cinema display. I even got a chance to shoot a few minutes of the Elvis impersonator singin' n dancin'... Thank ya very much!

I also enjoyed the complimentary drinks from 2 to 5 yesterday at the bar in the main tent. It's unusual for a show to pass out free drinks rather than charging $5 - $8, but I guess that's because one of the sponsors was a wine company.

I'm headed back for a few more hours again today, and plan to attend two or three master classes on Sunday.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the show as much as I am.

--Dave

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