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Old March 7th, 2008, 12:38 AM   #16
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A) You are no longer editing long GOP HDV, with all it's problems.
C) The video can be square-pixel instead of anamorphic.
D) You can import into any codec Final cut has to offer (i.e. Prores422)
please tell me what "all its problems" are ? HDV edits just as well as any other format once you get it in. I've had ZERO problems with editing native HDV once its in, including RT FX.

720 HDV _is_ SQUARE PIXEL to begin with. thats what goes to tape, so I don't get your point. DVCpro is rectangular pixels, but at this point in time, given all apps can deal with rectangular pixels including PS, its a moot point.

you can capture FW HDV directly to ProRes. I've been doing it on a G5 2.5ghz machine.
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Old March 20th, 2008, 09:50 AM   #17
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We took the plunge last week and bought the Sony GV-HD700 HDV Video Walkman VCR. We absolutely love it.
We are using the fire wire to control the deck. And HDMI to capture both 1080i & 720p footage using BMDís intensity pro card.

It doesnít play 720 through the fire wire, only 1080i & DV footage. For the price it was fantastic. I will pay more just to have pro version with RS422 control & 720 up convert to 1080i.

Though we hasnít try it yet but We you believe it record HDV 1080i from its fire wire port only.
Kim W

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Old March 20th, 2008, 09:25 PM   #18
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Will it do "Scene detection" through the Firewire?
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Old March 22nd, 2008, 11:11 PM   #19
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We took the plunge last week and bought the Sony GV-HD700 HDV Video Walkman VCR. We absolutely love it.
We are using the fire wire to control the deck. And HDMI to capture both 1080i & 720p footage using BMDís intensity pro card.

It doesnít play 720 through the fire wire, only 1080i & DV footage. For the price it was fantastic. I will pay more just to have pro version with RS422 control & 720 up convert to 1080i.

Though we hasnít try it yet but We you believe it record HDV 1080i from its fire wire port only.
Kim W

(Premire Pro CS3 on XP)
Does is play HDV 720p24? I know some of the earlier HDV decks would only play 720p30 out the HDMI or component ports.

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Old March 27th, 2008, 08:50 AM   #20
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Will it do "Scene detection" through the Firewire?
I would love to know this as well...

Anyone with this unit please let us know...

Thanks,
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Old March 27th, 2008, 11:17 AM   #21
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We will try both “Scene detection” & 24p playback early next week. All our system is booked all week 24/7.

As soon as we get some down time I’ll try posting the result. So far we loved it.
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