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Old September 23rd, 2007, 01:57 PM   #16
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I haven't seen ANY macroblocking on any of the footage we have shot over the last year. XDCam HD code is very solid and VERY different to HDV.

You can't comment on .tiffs posted on the web you have to see original footage.
Steve, I respect what your saying, but a lot of times with HDV I don't see these artifacts until I slow the video sequence down or look at still frames.

Also, when you start to push your video in post, issues may start to appear.

Having said that, have you looked closely (still frame) for any macroblocking with the XDCAM HD @ 35MB? I've heard it clean. Since it's the same codec, I can't imagine why the EX1 would be any different

In the end, I do realize we will be watching full motion video and the problems may be a bit masked, but this bothers me, and I'm sure a lot of other mpeg camera operators on this forum.

You're correct about the tiff files. We DO NOT know how these were extracted.
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Old September 23rd, 2007, 02:05 PM   #17
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You're correct about the tiff files. We DO NOT know how these were extracted.
For some reason, all the tiff files were saved by Adobe Photoshop CS3 - am not sure what to make out of it, but this what I can see in their properties listings.
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