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Old May 7th, 2007, 01:04 PM   #31
 
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Well, I for one think the info on Steve Mullen's HDV Book invaluable. It's kinda learning to drive a car without knowing what's under the hood. Sure, you can do it, but, not nearly as well without understanding how HDV works.
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Old May 14th, 2007, 06:39 AM   #32
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Sorry for the delay; life is busy yadda yadda you've all heard it before. I'll have a preliminary version available for testing at the end of next weekend. It lets you edit and group most of the parameters. The immediate goal is to allow a baseline settings file and then apply certain groups of parameters to it from another setting file. The program structure is in place, I just need to finish learning the scene file format so I can support all the important parameters.
I look forward to testing it as well. Will it be HD100/HD101/HD110/HD111 only?
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Old May 14th, 2007, 06:41 AM   #33
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Well, I for one think the info on Steve Mullen's HDV Book invaluable. It's kinda learning to drive a car without knowing what's under the hood. Sure, you can do it, but, not nearly as well without understanding how HDV works.
I can't comment on the quality of Steve Mullen's book (as I haven't read it), but I agree with Bill. Technical background is usually invaluable. You can't imagine how many questions I get that wouldn't be asked if people had more background...
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I look forward to testing it as well. Will it be HD100/HD101/HD110/HD111 only?
Initially, yes, until I can find someone local with an HD200/250.

The interface is built (and generic/modular enough to support other cameras), but I am still figuring out the .scn file. It's a slow process as I change one setting, compare files, change another setting, compare files, etc...
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