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stephenlnoe
02-25-2006, 08:19 PM
Hi guys and gals,

Server is down, Please make request to me personally and I'll try to accomodate.

1) Let's start it off with the "filmout" footage that get's requested so often. Click here for wmv (403MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/filmout.wmv)

2) OK, the next one has absolutely no meaning other than it's very realistic when you watch it on HDTV.
Lakeshore Drive Chicago IL (175MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/Movies/chicago.m2t) Info about the camera setup is this. I used the "true color" scene file WB 6500. ND2 with Aperature set to around F2.8 and shutter 1/500. I'd have loved to have my stickypod for this type of work but it was impromptu as I was traveling to the north side. Anyway with that fast a shutter speed, each frame should be photo perfect. The Complete Chicago Lakeshore Drive m2t is now uploaded for you.

3) This clips is a heavily adjusted using the color matrix in camera. It's designed to desaturate the Yellow, Red and Magenta from the frame. The result is the eye's of the child pop off the screen and everything else is desaturated. It's an interesting look and I've got ideas on how to use it. Anyway, here it is YMR scene file clip (click here) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/YMRscenefile.wmv)

4) More cutting room floor stuff here people! This is a VO lipsync that didn't make it in. Click here for m2t (63MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/VO_man.m2t) I've also encoded some web files for you. Windows Media HD (20MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/vo2.wmv) and for the Mac people in the house, the best I can muster is Sorenson 3 Click here for MOV (20MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/vo_man.MOV)

5) What could be better than killing 15 minutes at a dam with a waterfall? Getting some footage for you, of course. Once again, this has no meaning other than it's a couple of shots near some water. Click here for "runoff" (121MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/runoff.m2t). This was a "dump to tape" from a timeline. Have fun amigos and Keep Shooting..

6) An oldie but goodie. By request here is the "Cooking Pidgeons" 480p60 file. This is an SD. Click here for m2t (125MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/bird480p60.m2t)

7)How about trying some greenscreen work with HDV. Give it a try with this shot. This is weatherman Chuck Heaver of WYIN (PBS). Click here for m2t (85MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/weatherman.m2t) Thanks to PBS!

8) This one is all about LATTITUDE. With this clip you can see what the camera is capable of handling and where I think the HD-100 really shines. Not too many video camera's can pull off this kind of lattitude where the background is completely blown out and yet the skin tone remains in tact. Click here for lattitude m2t (64MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/lattitude.m2t)

enjoy.....

PappasArts
02-25-2006, 08:21 PM
Ahh the film out. Seen this one many times.. I have played this stuff on our 50" very sweet!

Jarred Land
02-25-2006, 08:25 PM
man what would we do without salatar :)

sonisfear
02-26-2006, 04:50 AM
WMVHD is highly under rated. People don't need blu ray and HD dvd for now with codecs like this around.

sonisfear
02-26-2006, 04:57 AM
Anyone try this unit out ?

http://pro.jvc.com/prof/attributes/color_broch.jsp?tree=&model_id=MDL101546&itempath=&feature_id=12

Stevet
02-26-2006, 06:24 AM
I own the SRDVD-100U.

You can take your HD100 raw m2t files and burn them on a DVD-R and play them on this player. It plays regular DVDs too.

It support the following files:
MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG2-TS/PS/DivX VIDEO/XviD/WMV9
Supported Photo: JPEG/BMP/GIF/PNG


You can update its firmware via cat5 cable to your network.
I did this and it worked fine.

Although I like this player, it does seem to have a lot of bugs. If you wander over to the IO-DATA forum you can read about them.

I stopped using it as my regular DVD player because it does some weird pausing at times, and not just during dual layer change. It's like the read buffer can't keep up with the DVD data stream. On a good note, it does play the HD100 m2t files without any issues.

SalaTar
02-26-2006, 07:15 AM
Ohhh I have a big head this morning gotta love Mardi Gras...


stephenlnoe,
glad its working for ya. Hopefully you can put up some nice stuff around the net from the Camera that dont have many clips around.

Man that Film out is soooo nice

SalaTar
02-26-2006, 07:33 AM
BTW Im looking for a user around here with good Canon HD footage that lacks a place to put files also..

Im thinking Elton?

stephenlnoe
02-26-2006, 08:04 AM
I own the SRDVD-100U.

You can take your HD100 raw m2t files and burn them on a DVD-R and play them on this player. It plays regular DVDs too.

It support the following files:
MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG2-TS/PS/DivX VIDEO/XviD/WMV9
Supported Photo: JPEG/BMP/GIF/PNG


You can update its firmware via cat5 cable to your network.
I did this and it worked fine.

That player is what was hooked up at Columbia playing m2t through the D-ILA cinema projector. Does it also support Windows media encoder's advaced codec (in other words WMV-HD)?

sonisfear
02-26-2006, 09:28 AM
Do you need windows media center to network that puPpy?

I assumed that M2t wouldn't play due to the higher bandwidth. Does the M2t files look better? Hmmm that would save conversion to WMV rendering.

How muc time can you fit on a DVD9 using M2T files?

Elton
02-26-2006, 10:48 AM
BTW Im looking for a user around here with good Canon HD footage that lacks a place to put files also..

Im thinking Elton?

Thanks for thinking of me, Salatar. I have an iDisk but I don't leave my clips up there indefinitely. If people would like some clips put there for comparison, I'm happy to oblige.

btw, I dig the JVC folks here. Cool community for a sweet camera.

Anyone tried intercutting H1 m2t's with HD100 in either 720 or 1080? What were your impressions, etc.

Elton

Elton
02-26-2006, 10:51 AM
One other question: Anyone ever captured the 720 60p analog out and tried a 720/24 overcrank effect? I bet it looks amazing.

sonisfear
02-26-2006, 12:15 PM
I have some footage of my own test footage could you add it to the filmout providing you like it?

stephenlnoe
02-26-2006, 12:37 PM
I have some footage of my own test footage could you add it to the filmout providing you like it?
Yes, all ProHD users are welcome. I would like to see it.

Bob Diesso
02-27-2006, 03:29 AM
Thanks, stephenlnoe. This piece is a triumph. First time to see this material since the Chicago event. It's every bit as gorgeous as I recalled.

Magnificent.

Nick Adams
02-27-2006, 06:30 PM
that's some pretty sweet footage, definetly turned my head, now it's a matter of figuring out how to come up with the coin to buy one

stephenlnoe
02-28-2006, 11:47 AM
More Content available

OK, the next one has absolutely no meaning other than it's very realistic when you watch it on HDTV.
Lakeshore Drive Chicago IL (125MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/chicago.m2t)
Info about the camera setup is this. I used the "true color" scene file WB 6500. ND2 with Aperature set to around F2.8 and shutter 1/500. I'd have loved to have my stickypod for this type of work but it was impromptu as I was traveling to the north side. Anyway with that fast a shutter speed, each frame should be photo perfect. enjoy....

BTW, thanks SalaTar.

SalaTar
02-28-2006, 03:40 PM
Isnt it hard to drive and hold the camera out the window :D

stephenlnoe
03-05-2006, 08:55 AM
Isnt it hard to drive and hold the camera out the window :D
Yes, it is very difficult (and dangerous) on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago to do anything but drive. I'll have more footage later this week.

Thanks SalaTar.

Kholi
03-08-2006, 09:32 AM
wow...

The footage from this camera looks stellar. This is my first time seeing any. I love it!

vision quest
03-08-2006, 10:03 AM
If footage like that doesn't sell you, nothing will.

stephenlnoe
03-08-2006, 10:35 AM
More content available

3) This clips is a heavily adjusted using the color matrix in camera. It's designed to desaturate the Yellow, Red and Magenta from the frame. The result is the eye's of the child pop off the screen and everything else is desaturated. It's an interesting look and I've got ideas on how to use it. Anyway, here it is YMR scene file clip (click here) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/YMRscenefile.wmv)

Kholi
03-08-2006, 10:49 AM
DLing.

I haven't even read anything on this camera, and all of the footage speaks for itself.

Where's the best place to go to get more info on this? I hate scouring boards after the issues are long dead.

andyfedak
03-08-2006, 11:28 AM
Anyone having any luck playing this footage back on a mac? Even though I've got the flip WMV playback component I'm getting an all white screen. Doh! Anyhelp would be appreciated:)

direttore
03-08-2006, 06:33 PM
Download VLC Media PLayer for the Mac:
http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/5758

it will play "m2t" files (among others) the most versatile media player on the Mac

SalaTar
03-08-2006, 06:42 PM
Great footage!

bcbuie
03-08-2006, 07:57 PM
Anyone try this unit out ?

http://pro.jvc.com/prof/attributes/color_broch.jsp?tree=&model_id=MDL101546&itempath=&feature_id=12
Wow, I want my kickback :)

In my conversations with Mitsuo from IOData early last year (when we were looking at distribution models for our HDV short-film On Our Way Up), I went into detail how I thought they should partner with JVC and do a JVC branded version of the AVEL LinkPlayer to sell as a companion to the HD10. I can't believe they finally did it though (he never seemed that interested in the idea).

I'm a big fan of the LinkPlayer, I even registered www.avellinkplayer.com (http://www.avellinkplayer.com) and was going to become a reseller of the unit, but that never materialized (being able to play DRM protected WMVHD DVDs was a big feature missing from it at the time).

My only question is why would I pay close to $400 for the JVC branded version where you can get it from IO-DATA for $250. They are identical as far as I can tell (aside from the JVC logo and black coloring).

Ben

stephenlnoe
03-08-2006, 08:29 PM
Wow, I want my kickback :)

I'm a big fan of the LinkPlayer, I even registered www.avellinkplayer.com (http://www.avellinkplayer.com) and was going to become a reseller of the unit, but that never materialized (being able to play DRM protected WMVHD DVDs was a big feature missing from it at the time).

Ben
Hi Ben,

for grins, can you download the 'filmout' wmv and burn it to a disk and try it in the player? I wonder if it will play. Another interesting point about the player is that it was hooked up to a D-ILA cinema projector here in Chicago last month and played out m2t right to the cinema screen. Wow...

stephenlnoe
03-08-2006, 08:31 PM
Anyone having any luck playing this footage back on a mac? Even though I've got the flip WMV playback component I'm getting an all white screen. Doh! Anyhelp would be appreciated:)
Sorry my friend, WMV-HD will not play on Mac. Maybe you could view it on a PC? I can not make H.264 because of the poor integration of QTPro with XP. Sorry amigo...

Emanuel
03-08-2006, 11:17 PM
Lakeshore Drive Chicago IL (175MB) and other Chicago link(s) are down?

bcbuie
03-08-2006, 11:28 PM
Hi Ben,

for grins, can you download the 'filmout' wmv and burn it to a disk and try it in the player? I wonder if it will play. Another interesting point about the player is that it was hooked up to a D-ILA cinema projector here in Chicago last month and played out m2t right to the cinema screen. Wow...
Sure, I can try that when I get a chance, but having played countless WMVHD DVD+R's on the LinkPlayer, including several originated from our old JVC HD10 and then converted to WMV9 HD in Vegas (up to 9.2Mbps), I see no reason it wouldn't play.

Yes, it handles M2t files straight from a DVD-R which I also found impressive (19Mbps from a DVD seems impressive to me at least).

It also does well with DivX HD. It's a neat little player. It is also a great way to "preview" your work on a HDTV because you can output your project to M2T and then stream the M2T over the network to the LinkPlayer which would be hooked up to the TV.

Ben

stephenlnoe
03-08-2006, 11:38 PM
Lakeshore Drive Chicago IL (175MB) and other Chicago link(s) are down?
I'll have to re-upload that file. I didn't realize it didn't upload and only 650KB ended up getting uploaded instead of the 175MB. I'll get to it this weekend. Right now I'm on location in KY.

stephenlnoe
03-08-2006, 11:40 PM
Sure, I can try that when I get a chance, but having played countless WMVHD DVD+R's on the LinkPlayer, including several originated from our old JVC HD10 and then converted to WMV9 HD in Vegas (up to 9.2Mbps), I see no reason it wouldn't play.

Yes, it handles M2t files straight from a DVD-R which I also found impressive (19Mbps from a DVD seems impressive to me at least).

It also does well with DivX HD. It's a neat little player. It is also a great way to "preview" your work on a HDTV because you can output your project to M2T and then stream the M2T over the network to the LinkPlayer which would be hooked up to the TV.

Ben
I'm sure it would too (play I mean). I don't know what's special about the JVC player over the regular Avel. It's hard to say if there is any difference.

vincent_price
03-09-2006, 11:40 AM
nice!!! :)

stephenlnoe
03-09-2006, 08:53 PM
Finally the "Chicago Lakeshore Drive" m2t (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/Movies/chicago.m2t)is up properly. Please download at your leisure and Enjoy!

PS Keep Shooting....

sonisfear
03-10-2006, 06:42 PM
http://s26.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0EK5NA0BXA7AJ1YFGUUUUH48LJ

Let try this, hope it works. If so I think its a good way for people to send you stuff.

FilmMakerr
03-10-2006, 06:56 PM
Did you use any sort of adapter on the "Film out"? anything at all? or is it just naked JVC?

That footage is amazing.

stephenlnoe
03-11-2006, 02:24 PM
More content on #4 in the first post or Here.

4) More cutting room floor stuff here people! This is a VO lipsync that didn't make it in. Click here for m2t (36MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/VO_man.m2t) I've also encoded some other web files for this for you. Windows Media HD (20MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/vo2.wmv) and for the Mac people in the house, the best I can muster is Sorenson 3 Click here for MOV (20MB) (http://www.salatar.com/users/stephenlnoe/browsable/vo_man.MOV)

Keep shooting!!

Stevet
03-11-2006, 02:41 PM
Nice Stephen.

Granted I'm veiwing this on my laptop, I see virtually no noise despite the
extreme low light setting.

Good work.

SalaTar
03-11-2006, 04:01 PM
Stephen

How did you pull that into your computer?
That was soo cool and so well shot

http://www.salatar.com/how.jpg

stephenlnoe
03-11-2006, 04:34 PM
I captured directly into Liquid and then started working on it (producing the WMV and MOV). For the raw m2t I shared in #4 above, I captured it using CapDVHS so that you guys have something directly from the tape (not demuxed which is what happens when I capture with Liquid). What you get from the m2t is exactly what was on the tape (and not demuxed).

I see you are working on the m2t. What do you have going on there?






Stephen

How did you pull that into your computer?
That was soo cool and so well shot

http://www.salatar.com/how.jpg

SalaTar
03-11-2006, 05:02 PM
I was punching up gamma/contrast and lo and behold a bunch of 8x8 blocks didnt show up in the black

sonisfear
03-18-2006, 07:00 AM
Great work Steph.

disjecta
03-24-2006, 12:21 PM
Stephen,

Your "runoff" footage is really beautiful. Loved the close up of the goose especially. I'm very jealous, still shooting nature in SD :(

Thanks for sharing,

D.

Kholi
04-21-2006, 11:03 PM
You know what? I was bored, and I just decided to download footage to watch on my TV to see how the quality was?

Holy... freaking... shiss....

The filmout footage is quite possibly the best footage is just... whoa. It's CRAZY good quality.

Where's footage from the JVC and a 35 adapter?

Stevet
04-22-2006, 06:11 AM
Where's footage from the JVC and a 35 adapter?


That may be coming, Joelnet had the M2 and and HD100. He also owns the HVX200.

Kholi
04-22-2006, 12:32 PM
I saw the DVinfo.net HD100 footage.

What baffles me is that the HD100 is supposed to be 4:2:0 .... and the HVX200 is 4:2:2...

When comparing footage from both cameras, the HD100 looks more like film to me than the HVX200. I know that it's totally subjective, and I know that the adapters probably make a huge difference... but that's just what I saw.

I wish I could see some footage from the mini35 on the HVX200.

The JVC image is really good.

Elton
04-22-2006, 03:58 PM
The JVC image is really good.

Indeed. I probably would've bought one if it did 60p to tape. Gotta have that live temporal look sometimes. Maybe a future SDI device with analog conversion will solve this little issue.

Kholi
04-22-2006, 04:10 PM
Indeed. I probably would've bought one if it did 60p to tape. Gotta have that live temporal look sometimes. Maybe a future SDI device with analog conversion will solve this little issue.

Definitely. I wouldn't mind having 60 frames to slice in half for a cleaner looking slow-mo.

At the same time, I've seen good results from the HD100 using mini-35, simply compressed to m2t files. It's awesome, truely. Probably some of the most "cinematic" footage I've seen from sub 10k cameras with the adapter attached.

The DVX100 does really well with the 35mm, does the HVX do just as well with an adapter attached?

I just wish there was more footage with mini35 (not m2 or G35, because I'll be using the mini35 and that's what I want to see) for review.

stephenlnoe
05-14-2006, 11:51 AM
Sorry guys and gals, the clips are down (possibly for the count). If you have any request then let me know and maybe I can accomodate.

It was a fun ride.