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Old September 6th, 2006, 02:05 PM   #61
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Would I be correct in saying that you can't use the camera itself as a card reader (which unfortunately I don't have...although I have a Panasonic mini DV cam with USB...that could work eh?)?
Currently playing around with the recipe's kindly posted on this forum...thought I'd first play around with the 'Amelie' recipe. Using this in 25p (SD) the image is extremely shuttery...am I doing something wrong?
Understand the delicate nature or progressive shooting but this quite extreme.
Shutter speed issue...that fact this is not in HDV?
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Old September 6th, 2006, 03:51 PM   #62
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Would I be correct in saying that you can't use the camera itself as a card reader (which unfortunately I don't have...although I have a Panasonic mini DV cam with USB...that could work eh?)?
Currently playing around with the recipe's kindly posted on this forum...thought I'd first play around with the 'Amelie' recipe. Using this in 25p (SD) the image is extremely shuttery...am I doing something wrong?
Understand the delicate nature or progressive shooting but this quite extreme.
Shutter speed issue...that fact this is not in HDV?
thanks folks.
dave.
You should set your shutter speed to 1/50th for shooting in PAL DV (25P or 50i). The camera process settings will not affect the shutter in any way.
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Old September 7th, 2006, 09:44 AM   #63
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Cheers Tim - not sure why the shutter speed had altered???
Same apply (1/50) for HDV?
must admit I'm struggling a little over CAM1/2 etc and the EXT.SCN and USER buttons?!?! Can the camera store more than 4 scenes whereas you can only store 4 of them on a card?
Can't say I've fallen in love with the JVC manual!

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Old September 8th, 2006, 08:17 AM   #64
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Live Hd30p/hd25p

Hey Tim,

Under file manage, what is the selection LIVE HD30P/HD25P used for, and when should it be used for?

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Old September 8th, 2006, 08:34 AM   #65
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Cheers Tim - not sure why the shutter speed had altered???
Same apply (1/50) for HDV?
Yes. Shutter speed is shutter speed regardless of format. However, similar to what Canon does, the default shutter speed in DV mode is 1/25th on E models (1/24th on U models.) That is something to watch out for when using the camera in DV mode. The default shutter speeds in HDV mode are correct.
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must admit I'm struggling a little over CAM1/2 etc and the EXT.SCN and USER buttons?!?! Can the camera store more than 4 scenes whereas you can only store 4 of them on a card?
There are two user spaces on the camera and max 4 on any size SD card.
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Can't say I've fallen in love with the JVC manual!
It sometimes seems like the English manual was written by an automatic translator (Babelfish.) How many times have you seen "time cord" instead of "timecode?"
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Under file manage, what is the selection LIVE HD30P/HD25P used for, and when should it be used for?
They are just factory preset scene files designed as a starting point for new users. I've never used them, so I can't really comment on them.
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Old September 8th, 2006, 08:40 AM   #66
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Cheers Tim.

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must admit I'm struggling a little over CAM1/2 etc and the EXT.SCN and USER buttons?!?! Can the camera store more than 4 scenes whereas you can only store 4 of them on a card?

There are two user spaces on the camera and max 4 on any SD card.
Cam 1 and 2 then EXT.SCN a through 4 right? I'll have to read up a bit more on this...I figured the User buttons were used for scene files also...and yes th translation is a bit 'wronged up' at times - I'd even asked on another thread what 'time cord' was!

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Old September 8th, 2006, 01:32 PM   #67
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They are just factory preset scene files designed as a starting point for new users. I've never used them.
Thanks Tim.
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Old September 8th, 2006, 01:39 PM   #68
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...I figured the User buttons were used for scene files also...
The external user buttons can be assigned functions in the SWITCH MODE menu. (BARS, PRESET TEMP., B STRETCH 1-2-3, B COMPRESS 1-2-3, AE LEVEL + or -)

These buttons cannot be used to recall scene files.
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Old September 9th, 2006, 03:53 PM   #69
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broken links to Stephen Noe's scene files

Most of the links published are broke for recipe
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Old September 10th, 2006, 04:26 AM   #70
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Thanks Tim - I'm getting there!
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Old September 15th, 2006, 05:41 PM   #71
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Thank you all on this thread for your knowledge. Ive learned a lot about camerasettings to achieve a special look in-cam. Does somebody know if this is doable on a (for example) Sony DSR570. Im about to do a shooting of a theatrical piece with 3 Sony 570 and a JVC 101.The Sonys will work from long to mid-range and the JVC go extremclose on one actors face. I would like to have a bleachout look from all of them but less so from the JVC101.

Thanks for all the reciepe on scene files.
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Old September 16th, 2006, 12:43 PM   #72
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Hello. I've been using Tim's various receipes (color reversal, warm), Stephen's panamatch, and Paolo's TC the past few months. All of them are great and have their own uses. Which HD100 setting do you guys think is the closest to Steven Dempsey's panalook (XL-H1)?

Here's an example footage (warning, large download):

http://www.realm.cc/upload/disjecta/FridayHarbor.wmv
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Old September 17th, 2006, 02:43 PM   #73
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That's really special George, I'm struggling to believe this is from the same camera I have in front of me (still learning the multitude of elements that go into this and I haven't as yet had chance to film in high def).
Big file indeed...my PC struggled to catch up with it unfortunately, meaning the scenes stuttered.
Is this for a film project?
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Old September 17th, 2006, 04:32 PM   #74
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It's one of Steven Dempsey's short subject films. It's pretty amazing that he can get that kind of quality from an XLH1. I'm pretty sure an HD100 can create stunning pictures like that, too. I just want to see what settings would be appropriate. I think the closest is probably Steven's panamatch setting shot during magic hour :-)
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Old September 17th, 2006, 04:56 PM   #75
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I am still downloading but that is an amazing video.
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