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Old March 15th, 2007, 02:47 AM   #1
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Does the DR100 harddrive support the HD200/250 yet? and how about FCP?

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Old March 15th, 2007, 03:14 AM   #2
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Yep... The only thing left to support is 720P50 or 720P60 encapsulation to Quicktime. FCP can't do it yet either, so I'd bet Focus is waiting on Apple.

I think when FCP 5.1.2 was released it only took Focus a week or so to release their update to support 720P24 and 720P25 QT HDV.
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Old March 15th, 2007, 12:09 PM   #3
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Yep... The only thing left to support is 720P50 or 720P60 encapsulation to Quicktime. FCP can't do it yet either, so I'd bet Focus is waiting on Apple.

I think when FCP 5.1.2 was released it only took Focus a week or so to release their update to support 720P24 and 720P25 QT HDV.
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So what doI do with 720p footage, which I will shoot on the next film? DO I need to use lumiere?
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So what doI do with 720p footage, which I will shoot on the next film? DO I need to use lumiere?
Your 720P24 footage will convert perfectly to QT HDV within the DR-HD100 for use in a native HDV 720P24 sequence.
You can record 720P60 to m2t and then use the method described here to convert to an intermediate codec or uncompressed.
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