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Old July 8th, 2005, 09:03 PM   #1
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720 50/60p analogue out to disc

Obviously using one of the convertor options - analogue component out to HD SDI will deliver a signal that can be captured and edited on a NLE.

The questions I have are:

What are the costs and benefits over using the standard 720 24/25/30p to miniDV or hard drive?

What does one lose coming out analogue and converting via one of the third-party products?

I have one last question - how will the JVC 1080i output (either from the camera or HD50 deck) compare to the Z1 1080i output? (I know this may be a theoretical only at this time).

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Old July 9th, 2005, 12:54 AM   #2
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"What are the costs and benefits over using the standard 720 24/25/30p to miniDV or hard drive?"

Not compressing to HDV. Cost is a very expensive RAID setup and a analog to digital converter.

"What does one lose coming out analogue and converting via one of the third-party products?"

You loose the massive compression of HDV.
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Old July 9th, 2005, 12:36 PM   #3
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Regardless of the very minor loss you might get going from analog to whatever third party converter, or directly to your HD component-in NLE. You will definitely get a much better picture compared to using the HDV codec.

Of course, carrying around your NLE or non-HDV HD deck around in the field might not be practical. But in a studio environment, this might be the best setup... capture directly on your NLE! I'd imagine you'd get killer keys with such a setup.
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