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Old June 8th, 2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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Best format to transfer to digi-beta

I shot a music Video with the EX1 1280 720 30p. I need get the file transferred to Digi-beta to air on a cable station 720x480 widescreen. Whats the best file format to render out too. Using Vegas Pro 9 to give to the production house.
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I shot a music Video with the EX1 1280 720 30p. I need get the file transferred to Digi-beta to air on a cable station 720x480 widescreen. Whats the best file format to render out too. Using Vegas Pro 9 to give to the production house.
Probably a render out as uncompressed AVI (or DV widescreen) and then print to tape with the digibeta camera or deck connected to the system.
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probably a render out as uncompressed avi (or dv widescreen) and then print to tape with the digibeta camera or deck connected to the system.

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I should point out that uncompressed AVI is NOT the same thing as widescreen DV. DV is actually somewhat compressed. Render a 10 sec clip as both and you will quickly see the difference.
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