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  • KarlSoule
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    The best solution for Boot Camp users is a program called MacDrive. It's a Windows utility program that installs and makes Windows compatible with Mac-formatted drives. Once you have this utility in place, DV Rack can record to a Mac-formatted hard drive or partition, making the entire workflow easier.

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  • adoonan
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    Say you were to use DV Rack 2.0 in Bootcamp without an external HD, could you access the files created there when rebooting in OSX? Problem would be solved if using an external HD, but for the sake of simplicity, it might be easier to use an internal HD.

    As I understand it, the HD portion used for the Wndows partition isn't viewable from OSX. Could be wrong, though.

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  • Barry_Green
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    DV Rack 2.0 flips the image on viewing, but it doesn't flip the recorded footage.

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  • Charli
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    Cool, good to know, I had asked earlier if DV Rack was able to flip an image.
    Someone said there was a patch, but with the new software, hope it can do
    that.

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  • FlintMI
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    DV Rack supports DVCPro50 now, and auto converts it to AVI so you can import it into any NLE. Run your laptop w/external drive and firewire to your HVX and your golden. This is the workflow I've been waiting for (and lots more people too).

    B&H live demo 9/26 at 3PM. I'll be there and be happy to see if I can film it and write a review for DVXuser.com if the powers that be want me to.

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  • BrianMurphy
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    Nonsense..if it runs on bootcamp why won't it run on my macbook pro? Win XP pro all the updates. I have NEVER been able to run your demo. I just tried your latest 2.0 version and it won't run either even after installing the .net framework. Now I am told to go find a diagnostic and run it and send you the info. I want software that works don't want to be a developer.Port the software to the Mac platform.

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  • Barry_Green
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    SERIOUS maintenance has been done on this thread.

    DVXUser is not "myspace". It is not a chat room. And it is not a place where we're going to get sidetracked into the ugly side of "mac vs. pc" any more than we're going to go trolling around with politics.

    If you want to talk mac vs. pc, go somewhere else, please. This is not the place for that. Especially when it involves someone sidetracking a significant announcement (such as DV Rack 2.0) and turning it into a mac vs. pc thread!

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  • TheatreGuy
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    Ah! Got it. (actually, I don't but I know what you mean now! )

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  • Barry_Green
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    BootCamp is a feature in the new MacOS that lets you run Windows XP on your Intel Mac.

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  • TheatreGuy
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    Don't make me pull this internet over and slap you all!

    Thanks Barry for, hopefully, putting an end to that rant, at least on this thread.

    I am curious, however... what is "bootcamp?" I heard that mentioned in this thread. Is that software? It's not the same thing as the Bootcamp in your banner, right?

    I am afraid if I use the search engine here (which I love!), I will get conflicting info.

    Thanks!

    Ted

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  • tbruegg
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    great, so it's possible to do stop motion with 720p and 1080p, thats great!

    thanks, Thomas

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  • OnLoMark
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    Stop motion does indeed work with the HVX200, as does time lapse. We did several short animated sequences with it in testing--you can see one of Karl's creations on the DV Rack webpage.

    In the interest of full disclosure, these recording options do not currently work with HDV cameras, but I'm told on good authority that they will be in Patch 1 due out shortly.

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  • tbruegg
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    this goes out to KarlSoule or anyone who knows

    Yesterday i downloaded DVRackHD, its a very interesting software, i wonder if the stop motion feature works also in dvcproHD? i do not own a HVX200 yet so i could not test it. Maybe you can help.

    Thanks

    Thomas

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  • powerdog
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    My $.02: I have to agree with Mark. I've had some tech problems with DVR, but using it cross-platform is totally transparent for me. I use a PC laptop, capture QT clips, and move them over on a portable HD. Not a big deal.

    I don't even notice what OS I'm using...double-click the DVR icon, and your complete interface is DVR. No crashes so far, either.

    It would be great to have a similar offering for Mac, but judging from the DVM feature list, the two apps aren't comparable. It's like comparing a bicycle to a car.

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  • Barry_Green
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    If you're still on a PPC mac then yes, you'd have to skip it for now. With the transition to Intel I expect that more and more users will be able to use it, and I bet that they will.

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