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Old April 30th, 2007, 02:39 PM   #1
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Do any of the HDV cameras allow analog componet Input recording?

With most prosumer DV cameras (TRV900, DVX100, XL2) you can hook up an analog source via S-Video and capture to tape...
So Do any of the newer HDV cameras allow you to record to tape from an HD source over Component video? Is this copyright protected?
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Old April 30th, 2007, 02:50 PM   #2
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I don't think any of them do, the Sony cameras definitely do not.
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Old April 30th, 2007, 03:31 PM   #3
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since you can do that for cheap with the latest intensity pro card from blackmagic, the is no need to use a tape, you can get it directly to disk.
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I just bought an intensity card - then they come out with intensity pro - one month later. I swear, there always against me.
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since you can do that for cheap with the latest intensity pro card from blackmagic, the is no need to use a tape, you can get it directly to disk.
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I just bought an intensity card - then they come out with intensity pro - one month later. I swear, there always against me.
And that is the lure of the sirens calling us all to crash our boats and forego tape. I wouldn't mind if I had some reassurance that once I bought something digital or tapeless it was really mine to use as long as I wanted, rather than until the next re-design comes out. In the hardware/tape world, you can keep using something for a decade with no huge difficulties, whereas in the new digital age after two or three years you basically chuck a previous operating system and all the little things you really liked about it and start over with newer digital gadgets that have usually have to be debugged.
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