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David Gomez January 12th, 2006 12:06 PM

Question on SSE and HDV to DV conversion
 
On another thread someone posted the following link stating it shows SSE, http://www.cineform.com/video/slomo2.wmv , excuse my ignorance but what is the problem with the footage? Is it the 'shadow' or 'double' line of the wall where it meets the sky when the shot transitions to night? If not, can someone please explain SSE to me?

Does the HD100 convert from HDV to DV on the camcorder similar to the way Sony does it on the FX1?

Barry Green January 12th, 2006 03:44 PM

Look at the bottom of the frame, and you'll see a distinct side-by-side effect right down the middle, the left half is noticeably darker than the right half.

And no, the HD100 doesn't have any built-in downconversion capability.

David Gomez January 12th, 2006 10:16 PM

Barry, thanks for your help...

My monitor's brightness was set too low, I now see it clearly...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Barry Green
Look at the bottom of the frame, and you'll see a distinct side-by-side effect right down the middle, the left half is noticeably darker than the right half.

And no, the HD100 doesn't have any built-in downconversion capability.


Saul Martinez January 24th, 2006 08:18 PM

SSE is the same Split-screen problem?
 
Barry, could the SSE the same Split-screen problem I read about?

Diogo Athouguia January 24th, 2006 08:24 PM

SSE - Split Screen Efect


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