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    Webisode shot with HV20/40
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    Hi all!

    Here's an answer to that question "What are people doing with their HV's". I've been working on a new webisode "The Conservatory". Here are links to the first two episodes.

    Episode One
    http://www.vimeo.com/8787782

    Episode Two
    http://www.vimeo.com/8788527

    YouTube
    http://www.youtube.com/atcstudios
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    Looks great. What's your workflow? How do you keep the "jaggies" out? I'm having a heck of a time trying to get that progressive look out of my HV30. I shoot PF30 and I can't seem to figure out how to make it look progressive. I'm using a MacPro with Final Cut Studio.


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    Do you mean the interlacing "jaggies"? I've been shooting PF30 and have had no problem. What settings are you timeline/sequence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hepabst View Post
    Do you mean the interlacing "jaggies"? I've been shooting PF30 and have had no problem. What settings are you timeline/sequence?
    Got it looking good now, my current challenge is the whole HD to SD downconversion for DVD.

    Have a thread on it here: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=205348


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    Jaggies ? i have not seen any on any of my HV footage, Progressive is fine if panning is restricted, interlaced no problem with me either, nice footage hvs are realy capable of taking it.


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    Fantastic! I shot a few pilot episodes for a web series several months ago with 2 HV40s. I'm working on a 10 episode web series now that I'll also be shooting with my 2 HV40s. I shoot weddings and documentaries with my DVX100B but I bought 2 HV40s for web work and travel docs. I was fed up with the hoopla when traveling internationally with the DVX100. hahahaha 2 little ole HV40s and no one blinks. I love these things and they look amazing.
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