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Old January 7th, 2008, 12:02 PM   #16
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mooho,

what's the title of this beautiful music?

the "black level" of your video is so good i have my pmw-ex1 on order.

thanks,

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Please enjoy my night scenery shots of the Han River in Seoul, Korea.

http://www.moohobae.com/mine/20071206_720P-1.wmv
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Old January 7th, 2008, 09:11 PM   #17
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How do you get the raw footage to work in CS3?

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Old January 8th, 2008, 08:50 AM   #18
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Very impressive! Looks pretty sharp. I supposed 1/24 means progressive in 1920x1080 24P? And was that rendered from Vegas Pro 8 or Premire?
Oh, I must correct my previous answer to Sean. Sorry. Yes, It was 1920*1080 24P (HQ mode), and It was rendered from Vegas 8.

But Now I use Premiere Pro 2.0 with NeoHD. Maybe It's an answer to Mike.

Paul, Sorry for delayed answer. The music is from the soundtrack of the movie 'Dear Hunter'.

One other thing I want to say to you is that these clips were shot before fixing the backfocus problem. You can clealy see the backfocus problem in the third clip from the end. This problem is now completely fixed.

Thanks, Guys.

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Old January 8th, 2008, 09:24 AM   #19
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Thanks mooho for th esoundtrack info....

back to workflow on pmw-ex1:

1. can the raw footage from the pmw-ex1 be copied directly off the card onto a pc or mac? in that case, is the i/o throughput as fast as a hard drive transfer or even faster? HDV in the past is horribly slow in "capturing" over to computer...

2. once this raw footage is on a pc or mac, can you play this in 1920x1080p with programs like VLC, quicktime or powerdvd?

(i bought a canon hg10 hard disk hd camcorder to use for christmas as i could not find any stock in the us for the pmw-ex1 and the raw footage off the canon can only be played with nero showtime off the nero ultra 8 edition.

while the direct HDMI connected video from the canon hg10 to a large (>47" HDTV) looks great, the computer playback of the offloaded raw footage does not.

how is this with the sony pmw-ex1?

thanks again.

paul

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Oh, I must correct my previous answer to you. Yes, It was 1920*1080 24P (HQ mode), and It was rendered from Vegas 8.

But Now I use Premiere Pro 2.0 with NeoHD. Maybe It's an answer to Mike.

Paul, Sorry for delayed answer. The music is from the soundtrack of the movie 'Dear Hunter'.

One other ting I want to say to you is that these clips were shot before fixing the backfocus problem. You can clealy see the backfocus problem in the third clip from the end. This problem is now completely fixed.

Thanks, Guys.
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Old January 8th, 2008, 10:03 AM   #20
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Thanks mooho for th esoundtrack info....

back to workflow on pmw-ex1:

1. can the raw footage from the pmw-ex1 be copied directly off the card onto a pc or mac? in that case, is the i/o throughput as fast as a hard drive transfer or even faster? HDV in the past is horribly slow in "capturing" over to computer...

2. once this raw footage is on a pc or mac, can you play this in 1920x1080p with programs like VLC, quicktime or powerdvd?

(i bought a canon hg10 hard disk hd camcorder to use for christmas as i could not find any stock in the us for the pmw-ex1 and the raw footage off the canon can only be played with nero showtime off the nero ultra 8 edition.

while the direct HDMI connected video from the canon hg10 to a large (>47" HDTV) looks great, the computer playback of the offloaded raw footage does not.

how is this with the sony pmw-ex1?

thanks again.

paul

nyc
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1. Yes you can. I just use the USB connection, and I feel 3 times faster than the playing time(for 35Mbps HQ mode).

2. Yes. I used VLC and the clip browser(bundle software). I feel no significant differnces of playing clips between HDTV and computer monitor (even with the Canon HV20). Maybe I guess it's something related to the monitor settings?? Or, almost every HDTV does sharpen, but PC monitor does not..I'm not sure.. I don't know... Anyway, My EX1 Raw footage looks nice and clean on my PC monitor too. Thanks.
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Old January 8th, 2008, 11:03 AM   #21
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woow mooho,

that is good news to hear the direct pmw-ex1's hdmi to hdtv result is the same as the offloaded raw footage to computer result.

i did not get this with canon hg10 as of yet. maybe it is that "sharpening" by hdtv you stated....

as for canon hv20....
i heard great things about that but i needed something to take recitals that can last over an hour and changing those hdv tapes during the event is not fun...

this is footage off my 3 year old sony hc1 and more recent hc3.
while my canon hg10 is already better. i look forward to my pmw-ex1 beong WAY better....

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...arch&plindex=8


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My answers:
1. Yes you can. I just use the USB connection, and I feel 3 times faster than the playing time(for 35Mbps HQ mode).

2. Yes. I used VLC and the clip browser(bundle software). I feel no significant differnces of playing clips between HDTV and computer monitor (even with the Canon HV20). Maybe I guess it's something related to the monitor settings?? Or, almost every HDTV does sharpen, but PC monitor does not..I'm not sure.. I don't know... Anyway, My EX1 Raw footage looks nice and clean on my PC monitor too. Thanks.
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