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Old April 27th, 2006, 03:55 PM   #16
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Tim, I'm not sure if you mean support of the HD100 24p in DVRack. I used DVRack with the HDV power pack in 24p for a few months. I saw on the SM forum, before NAB, that they have implemented 709 color space and that will be part of the next update of DVRack.
Hi Paulo,

I know that DvRack can capture a m2t stream just like CapVHS or similar apps. My main questions (and you might be able to answer these since you have it) are:
1. Can DVRack be triggered by the HD100?
2. Can DVRack remove the pulldown and transcode into an avi or mov wrapper?
3. Can DVRack maintain tape original TC?
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Old April 27th, 2006, 05:01 PM   #17
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Hey Tim.

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Hi Paulo,
My main questions (and you might be able to answer these since you have it) are:
1. Can DVRack be triggered by the HD100?
Yes, you press Rec on the camera and it records both on tape on on DVRack. The software shows a big red recording thumbnail in the DVR, just for piece of mind :)

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2. Can DVRack remove the pulldown and transcode into an avi or mov wrapper?
Yes about wrapper for DV no for HDV. For HDV the resulting files are .m2t, straight from the camera. I load those into HDVxDV, or MPEG Streamclip, and convert them to .mov

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3. Can DVRack maintain tape original TC?
Yes, but I'm not 100% sure. I can see the timecode in HDVxDV, can't find a way of displaying it in MPEG Streamclip. I didn't compare it with the tape because I never had the need to use the tapes but it looks consistent.
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Old April 27th, 2006, 07:45 PM   #18
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HZ-CA13U PL mount adapter. This is more than just an adapter it is a re-imager. The end result is a field-of-view of Super-16 using PL mount lenses. The image will be inverted and flipped, but the two new cameras will unflip the image ON TAPE. This is a BIG DEAL and something that was on my wishlist for ages. My goal today is to find out how this thing actually works since it supposedly does not have a ground glass/focusing screen. There is not alot of information on this thing... not even a MSRP.
OMG, this is fantastic news Tim. I hope that there will be a way so that we can upgrade our cameras (JVC 100/101) so that we can at least flip the image in the viewfinder or the LCD. Some say $1300 for the mount, that is a great price...blows all competition away right there!

Im a little bit jealous for the 50/60p function in the new cameras, but I can already see the Super-16 PL mount on my camera running in 24p...oh man!! =)
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Old April 27th, 2006, 11:29 PM   #19
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It was nice to meet Tim and Carl (I met Ken many years ago in FL). The JVC booth was a hoppin place. Now gotta start shooting with my new HD-100.
The PL mount is great news for the 24p crowd.
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Old April 28th, 2006, 12:15 AM   #20
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The JVC booth was a hoppin place.
Yeah, it really was wasn't it? Everytime I swung by the booth I ran into someone from this forum!
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Old April 28th, 2006, 01:37 AM   #21
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I just added some photos of some stuff I found interesting at the show. Check the top post.
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Old April 28th, 2006, 02:08 AM   #22
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I just added some photos of some stuff I found interesting at the show. Check the top post.
Thanks again Tim.
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