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Old October 10th, 2006, 03:27 PM   #46
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As Stephen says, traditional Avid applications (Xpress Pro HD and above) do not natively support the HD100 at 24 or 25 fps. You cannot capture HDV1 into Avid applications (except Liquid) at these frame rates. 720p support in general is limited. There is a release for AXPro/MC/Symphony scheduled for 'Q4' this year. The best guess would be December.

In the meantime, you can offline using SD downconverts (via the BRHD50 deck with analogue/RS422) in Avid Xpress Pro and then conform in Liquid by capturing HDV1 native. You can then batch export the clips as Avid QT files (for fast import into Xpress Pro/MC/Symphony) as SD or DNx 1080p for finishing. You can even batch import these clips into offline decomposed clips from your cut sequence in Avid and keep time code and source reel references. This means that your offline Avid sequence will now be conformed via an intermediate stage using Liquid. It's a pretty hefty work-around but it does work.
Yes, hefty. Instead, I recommend just staying in the Liquid environment for the edit and delivery unless you have to export out to another app.
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Old October 10th, 2006, 04:00 PM   #47
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If one was to purchase Liquid 7.1 would you still be able to run Xpress Pro HD 5.2.1 on the same box?
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Old October 10th, 2006, 04:19 PM   #48
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If one was to purchase Liquid 7.1 would you still be able to run Xpress Pro HD 5.2.1 on the same box?
not simultaneously

BTW you can download a free trial if you go to avids web site and follow the links. If you do, you need to know that the trial needs to be service packed (since the trial is version 7.0, not 7.1)
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Old October 10th, 2006, 05:34 PM   #49
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Yes, hefty. Instead, I recommend just staying in the Liquid environment for the edit and delivery unless you have to export out to another app.
That's sound advice! It only makes sense to use the method I outlined if you absolutely must use the traditional Avid apps, whether it's for offline or shifting out to an Avid-based post house.

We're busy learning Liquid for the next project and the online for the current one.

We're running Liquid and Xpress Pro on the same crate.
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