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JVC Everio GZ-HD and GZ-HM Series
JVC's Everio Series 3CCD High Definition MPEG2 camcorders.

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Old July 22nd, 2008, 12:52 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Wayne Avanson View Post
I'm on FCP on Mac and simply capture the 1440CBR as if it was miniDV tape. Not ideal, but pretty damn good. I can't really tell any difference on the stuff I've done so far between 1920 and 1440. - And I have good eyes.

here's some of my stuff.
Thats another one. Unless your Super Man, the average person wont notice between 1920 and 1440. So shoot in 1440 and just do capture into Final Cut Pro/Express.
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Old July 22nd, 2008, 01:37 PM   #17
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Just a note from a happy camper...

Hi all, on editing software I was a Premiere Pro person for years and we recently went all mac in our small studio. So now i have a new iMac and FCP Studio instead. Oh my, my job is almost fun now. I really like FCP, Motion, and Compressor and's like night and day from the Adobe stuff! Well, good luck...
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Old August 26th, 2008, 01:54 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Chad M. Bell View Post
I'm glad this came up again! What editors out there is everyone using that you can buy for around $100 at a store that work with TOD files. The conversion process is taking forever. Maybe its becasue I'm shooting in FHD. Do you lose quality if you go to 1440? I'm not a pro, I just shoot family stuff here and there. Thanks for any replies or advice.

Before I sold my HD7 [JVC did nothing to address the horrorible OIS issues] I was using Ulead VideoStudio 11 then 11+. It imported .mod and .tod natively and the files could be dragged and dropped right on to the timeline.
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