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Old October 9th, 2006, 12:56 AM   #16
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To answer your message, no. If you know of an easier way, message me, but right now CinematiQ is crashing when I try to inport/export Cineform so I have to feed my video through uncompressed *yuck!*. I'm assuming because CinematiQ supports VfW codecs and not Cineform's newer DirectShow codec format which it outputs to most of the time.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 07:25 PM   #17
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To answer your message, no. If you know of an easier way, message me, but right now CinematiQ is crashing when I try to inport/export Cineform so I have to feed my video through uncompressed *yuck!*. I'm assuming because CinematiQ supports VfW codecs and not Cineform's newer DirectShow codec format which it outputs to most of the time.
Thanks Ben. That's a bummer cause I use CineForm. Also no native HDV support. Uncompressed? How do you get HDV to that?. Must take up an incredible amount of space.

Overall, how good would you say it is at 60i to 24p? It would be interesting to hear an independant persons view point.
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