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Steve Phillipps July 3rd, 2009 08:22 AM

XDR and Nanoflash with RED One
Don't know if this has been asked before, but have you looked at getting input from RED One? There is 720 HD SDI out, and also HDMI I believe, but not sure if this would work and be any good. Any idea?

Dan Keaton July 3rd, 2009 08:37 AM

Dear Steve,

Originally, the 720p HD-SDI output from Red was designed for viewing, and not recording the image.

While I am not a Red expert, I have been told that Build 18 added 1080 HD-SDI output.

I do not know if the quality of the 1080 is good enough for recording or not. I am waiting for a Red user to let us know.

I do know that Red recommended using a HD-SDI reclocking repeater if anyone has problems with their HD-SDI output.

Our Flash XDR and nanoFlash are "reclocking repeaters". This is the gold standard for taking in a HD-SDI signal, removing all noise from the signal, and then regenerating a new, clean HD-SDI signal.

The nanoFlash, can take in HD-SDI, and output HD-SDI and HDMI simultaneously.
Or take in HDMI and output HD-SDI and HDMI simultaneously. All reclocked and repeated.

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