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Old February 2nd, 2007, 12:19 PM   #166
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Originally Posted by John Bosco Jr.

Alledgedly,[/edit] the encoder in the V1 (that covers all models) isn't robust enough to handle the extra bandwidth required for progressive. The encoder, therefore, runs inefficiently causing a good number of macro blocks. The NR tries to smooth out these macro blocks, but in the process fine detail is compromised, producing this so-called oil paint/watercolor effect. Obviously, certain scenes are more noticeable than others. NTSC seems to handle it better than Pal, and, although not perfect, is adequate for the V1U. [edit] [/edit]

My honest opinion...properly used and considering the price and what you get... The V1 is still the best under $5k camera to date. For me... since it is so close to NAB, I'm waiting to see what rolls out. Of course, I absolutely hate the HDV compression method.

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Close but no cigar!

It's the DSP not encoder. [edit] [/edit]

Steve Mullen has made a huge effort to deflect criticism of the V1 to deinterlacing schemes. Well done! But wrong.

All V1s a affected and it has NOTHING to do with deinterlacing.


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Old February 2nd, 2007, 12:27 PM   #167
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Guys, this subject has been beaten to death, had 3 threads merged, and constantly requiring edits due to personal attacks, rumors, claims of "insider information," and conspiracies.
It's time to move on.
If you have new information on the topic that hasn't been hashed out in this one, please begin a new thread.

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