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Old May 16th, 2007, 02:15 PM   #16
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If there is the directshow components we support AVCHD, but I doubt Vegas includes those. It is worth getting the AVCHD components as native editing is very slow, plus it doesn't support all the AVCHD cameras.
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Old May 17th, 2007, 09:29 AM   #17
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Sony V1U 30p to Cineform AHD

V1U has 30p mode that I'm primarily interested in.

Of course, V1U outputs it as 60i, with the progressive frames duplicated (repeated) in each 2 adjucent fields.

If I capture live via HDMI from V1U in 30p mode... into Blackmagic Intensity... using Cineform Aspect HD 4.3.1... will AHD reassemble the signal as 30p?

What settings should I use in AHD 4.3.1 to capture 30p footage from HDMI?
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