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  1. GH5 One stop is a lot!

    One stop is a lot!
  2. GH5 If they abandon the GH format for dreams of...

    If they abandon the GH format for dreams of racking up millions from MFT customers "burning their lenses" and rushing into their new full-frame line I think they are up for a surprise......
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RFUbcM_IjE&feature...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RFUbcM_IjE&feature=youtu.be
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    Not if Google's (dark) idea is that information...

    Not if Google's (dark) idea is that information is power. :violin:
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XYnNSrk3aI&feature...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XYnNSrk3aI&feature=youtu.be
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    Glenn Gould reviewing the final take of the...

    Glenn Gould reviewing the final take of the Italian Concerto from Bach with Howard Scott.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3XoAGxSLOo&feature=youtu.be
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    Since when? I checked recent uploads and they...

    Since when?
    I checked recent uploads and they are all converted to 44.1kHz.
    Is there any particular audio codec that they leave alone frequency wise?
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    A sample is one single value quantified by the...

    A sample is one single value quantified by the bit-depth. A higher sampling rate can describe smaller waveforms, and thus handle higher frequencies.

    137422

    137421


    Source:...
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    I totally agree, but note that, oddly enough,...

    I totally agree, but note that, oddly enough, YouTube uses 44.1kHz for videos!
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    Right. Also, the recording bit-rate defines...

    Right.

    Also, the recording bit-rate defines the maximum possible dynamic range, it says absolutely nothing about the dynamic range of the DA converters!
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    The benefit of a higher sample rate is a bit...

    The benefit of a higher sample rate is a bit comparable to recording a video at 6K for 4K delivery. You have more room to play with.
    Doing effects will always have some unwanted impact on the...
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    A supercool cover: ...

    A supercool cover:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRSNy8DcIDk
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    From the 30's: ...

    From the 30's:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-YXCVWYwEM

    And the 20's:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceOOXO3sm6k
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    It is like in video: number of bits is the...

    It is like in video: number of bits is the bit-size and Hz is the framerate.
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    GH5 I'd like to summarize it as such: "Important...

    I'd like to summarize it as such: "Important news from Panasonic about the GH MFT line: There is no news!".

    Panasonic obviously thinks they can make a fortune by selling full-frame cameras and...
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    Unfortunately not in the USA, I get a blocked by...

    Unfortunately not in the USA, I get a blocked by Mosfilm message.

    Edited: Nevermind it works when you actually view it on YouTube!
  17. Thread: Site down

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    Yes, this is definitely not a user (cache,...

    Yes, this is definitely not a user (cache, history or what have you) error, but a site problem.
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    FS7: If you want to shoot NTSC region interlaced (60i)...

    If you want to shoot NTSC region interlaced (60i) your shutter speed needs to be 1/120th, for PAL region interlaced (50i) it needs to be 1/100th.

    For progressive, 30p needs 1/60th and 25p needs...
  19. FS7: I would pick 24p or 25p, both are ok. If you need...

    I would pick 24p or 25p, both are ok. If you need you could easily conform from one to the other by speedup/slowdown.
    I would avoid 30p, nobody uses that and will be a large problem for PAL regions....
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    No, it would need some additional corrections to...

    No, it would need some additional corrections to be delivered for Rec709.
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    Old again: ...

    Old again:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjWYw-w9rKg


    And a re-interpretation of the song:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvYTQAUhR-k
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    Puccini's Nessun Dorma, ok that's old, but this...

    Puccini's Nessun Dorma, ok that's old, but this older, but also kind of renewed.... :)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivE4o7BhFuI

    By the way, this piece is just so incredibly hard to sing...
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    I am truly resisting the temptation to post my...

    I am truly resisting the temptation to post my favorite Fred Astaire tapdance scene...... :p
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    More oldies....... (yeah!) ...

    More oldies....... (yeah!)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ8C-_GQzbQ
  25. GH5 And to add insult to injury, 30p is not even good...

    And to add insult to injury, 30p is not even good for DVD.
    For DVD it's better to record 60p and interlace in post or record straight 24p and telecine.
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