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    P2 file system s*cks... Or is it just me?
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    Not sure if it is just me, inserted 2 P2 cards for 142 mins of interval recording. Turned out the file names are here and there, not continuous in numbering...


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    I usually sort them by timecode to have them in order


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzWerkz View Post
    Not sure if it is just me, inserted 2 P2 cards for 142 mins of interval recording. Turned out the file names are here and there, not continuous in numbering...
    Well I can't speak to the HVX200, but on the HPX250 -- the first four numbers are sequential, and they import into Edius in order.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzWerkz View Post
    Not sure if it is just me, inserted 2 P2 cards for 142 mins of interval recording. Turned out the file names are here and there, not continuous in numbering...
    What are they?
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    Use P2CMS add custom metadata save to SD card and load onto your camera.


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    Too complicated, luckily it is borrowed from a friend... Still refers the HMC150 file system.


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    P2 file naming sucks. When we used our HVX200 frequently we often got duplicate filenames making it hard to edit in Avid due to conflicts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzWerkz View Post
    Too complicated, luckily it is borrowed from a friend... Still refers the HMC150 file system.
    What were the file names you got?

    (And a metadata upload will indeed help with this.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by editman View Post
    P2 file naming sucks. When we used our HVX200 frequently we often got duplicate filenames making it hard to edit in Avid due to conflicts.
    Thats weird because a date and time stamp is part of the filename protocol.

    Only reason I can think it might happen would be a spanned clip or a clip that was ingested twice.

    Whatever..

    I always did a sort on Start Timecode Column. Easy as and I liked the "unique naming protocol of P2...unlike the very dangerous AVCHD repeat naming protocol.

    Never liked how cryptic P2 filenames were though ..whenever looking for one.
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    I use P2 Viewer to combine multiple cards, then import into Premiere CS5.5 using Media Browser, then sort via Timecode. Never a problem.


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