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Old July 9th, 2006, 11:02 AM   #1
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Ideal Post setup

Hey everyone, I recently got into HD and HD post and am a bit confused about the post scenario. I have a pretty high end spec machine, and I purchased the adobe production studio premium. I can scrub around footage from the xlh1 and z1 very nicely, but obviously, the native effects don't work and thats why theres softwares like cineform, canopus etc out there to help this. ... My question is, what would be the ideal post setup equipment (hardware/software) to handle HDV editing.. Including monitors for preview/review... What card(s) or software(s) or package(s) offered from manufacturers, or what combinations of those woudl make my life easier... Price at this point is not an issue.. Thanks

Oops, can an admin please move this post to the HDV editing section, sorry for the inconvinience.

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