This is for those who can play DVCProHD clips from QT.
I only made it a 5 sec. clip in order to keep the file size from getting too huge but it will give some of you who are curious to see what uncompressed 4:2:2 SDI from the H1 (and likely from the G1) looks like in different codecs that bypasses HDV.
This is sub-sampled 4:2:2 (1280x1080) in native DVCPRO HD 1080 24p. It was shot the other night at my good friend George D's (a dvxuser member) house. We used a Gateway 21" LCD monitor with component HD input for monitoring. Worked great. http://reviews.cnet.com/Gateway_FPD2...-31563945.html
Shot with the XL-H1 and the 16x manual lens. Captured with the Kona LH card and FCP. (56 MB) http://www.realm.cc/upload/Elton/SDI...V10024pKid.mov
Here's a pic from it for those who can't play DV100 clips:
Thread: Canon SDI to DVCPro HD 1080 24p
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08-15-2006 09:43 AM
Last edited by Elton; 08-15-2006 at 10:21 AM.
08-15-2006 09:55 AM
Here's a slow mo clip from SDI. This was shot 1080i, bypassing HDV (which I ran at the same time...looks the same) and used the Nattress plug-in to convert fields to frames.
This is how it looks as 720 "overcrank" from 60p conversion:
(PhotoJPEG QT 70MB)
08-15-2006 10:31 AM
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Always a pleasure, Elton.
I might have a bad memory, but the colors are really robust in the beachball clip. Did yo udo something different there?
08-15-2006 10:34 AM
Nope. Just a color gain of +1 (out of + or -9 values). Cinegamma 2, detail -2 , Master Ped -4 and that's it.
Last edited by Elton; 08-15-2006 at 10:39 AM.
08-15-2006 10:36 AM
Check this out: Here's a 1080p slow mo from 1080i--http://www.realm.cc/upload/Elton/SDI...crank1080p.mov
Also in PhotoJPEG QT
08-15-2006 12:46 PM
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Barlow! Simply gorgeous!RED ONE @home
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08-16-2006 06:20 AM
To bad Canon went the HDV route. If it had a better codec with direct to disc system it would be more intresting. But no matter how good SDI pictures look it aint gonna be practical for me.
(not counting the pricetag) ;)
08-16-2006 08:41 AM
What's practical for filmmaking? Only tape, Firstore or P2 for run-and-gun?
I never suggested it was easy to go the computer tethered route but for shoots with a substantial crew it's not such a stretch.
Last edited by Elton; 08-16-2006 at 08:53 AM.
08-16-2006 10:02 AM
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Barlow, that pic above is so high-res and so beautiful, I made it my desktop background picture :-)
08-16-2006 10:49 AM
:-) Your kids were good sports about the whole thing, that's for sure.