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    DVFilm Products - Raylight Family and more

    Hey everyone,

    Thanks for browsing this forum! Just wanted to post a brief rundown of the products we offer and what they do.

    DVFilm Epic I -
    Real-time Canon DSLR Editing in Sony Vegas 9 Pro and Movie Studio 10 Platinum.

    DVFilm Maker - Film motion for Ntsc and Pal.

    DVFilm Atlantis - Pal to Ntsc and Ntsc to Pal conversion.


    The Raylight Family:

    Raylight for Mac -
    Panasonic P2 MXF Editing in Final Cut Pro without Log and Transfer!

    Raylight Ultra -
    Panasonic P2 MXF editing with Sony Vegas. Drag your MXFs directly into Sony Vegas 7, 8, or 9.

    Raylight MXFX -
    Panasonic P2 MXF File Converter featuring add/remove pulldowns & resize plus more.

    Raylight Encoder -
    Play & Author DVCPROHD & DVCPRO50 Quicktimes in Windows. Great tool to work cross-platform with Macs using the DVCPROHD codec.

    Raylight Decoder -
    Play DVCPROHD & DVCPRO50 Quicktimes in Windows.

    Best Regards,
    Andy

    Contact me about being your location sound mixer or videographer in the Austin area
    Audio - PSC M4A+ 4ch mixer, Tascam DR60d, Fostex FR2LE, Sennheiser 416t, Audix SC1xHC, Audio-Technica AT822 Stereo Mic, Rode Blimp
    BM4k - 17-50mm F2.8 Sigma
    GH2, Lumix 14mm, 20mm, 45mm, 14-42mm, Speedbooster
    Nikon Prime Set

    #2
    I'm pretty new to all of this...I have the HVX200a, and Sony Vegas Pro (which i just bought before the HVX200a). I'm working on my second feature film, my first was filmed with DVX100b. I am NOT an editor, but am planning on doing some basic editing of our footage for the new project.

    Question, i film on the HVX, load the files into the PC, and drag and drop into Vegas (using your software, of course).... Nothing special as far as settings? I'll probably be shooting 1080/24. My editor's a little weirded out that Vegas wont support the HVX....is there any loss of resolution, or anything that we should be concerned about. This film is already slated for distribution, so i dont want to start and have to re-edit...

    Also, i sometimes will be working on laptop, and sometimes on home computer. Will i have to buy the software twice?

    thanks so much,
    sorry if these questions were answered elsewhere....
    --Jason

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      #3
      Hey Jason,

      Your workflow is correct. You just copy the HVX200a files (contents and lastclip.txt) to your harddrive then using Raylight Ultra drag and drop the clips into Vegas. There is no quality loss in using Raylight Ultra with Vegas to edit P2 mxfs.

      The one thing that you want to make sure to do though is set the HVX200a to record at 1080/24pA which has the advanced 2:3:3:2 pulldown in it. This way Raylight Ultra can remove the advanced pulldown on the fly and you can easily edit at 24p.

      You can use Raylight Ultra on your laptop and desktop as you are allowed per the license agreement to install on 2 computers.

      Best Regards,
      Andy
      Contact me about being your location sound mixer or videographer in the Austin area
      Audio - PSC M4A+ 4ch mixer, Tascam DR60d, Fostex FR2LE, Sennheiser 416t, Audix SC1xHC, Audio-Technica AT822 Stereo Mic, Rode Blimp
      BM4k - 17-50mm F2.8 Sigma
      GH2, Lumix 14mm, 20mm, 45mm, 14-42mm, Speedbooster
      Nikon Prime Set

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        #4
        awesome! 1080/24 was my planned way to film, with the exception of maybe some overcranking/undercranking with 720/24PN.

        One last thing..which one of the MXF files do i use? (sorry, probably a stupid question)...

        I'll be buying either this week or next, depending on when i get my new laptop! Thanks for your help!

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          #5
          Originally posted by lazysnowdog View Post
          awesome! 1080/24 was my planned way to film, with the exception of maybe some overcranking/undercranking with 720/24PN.
          Just to clarify, 1080/24pA is the best format to shoot with.

          Originally posted by lazysnowdog View Post
          One last thing..which one of the MXF files do i use? (sorry, probably a stupid question)...
          You would drag the MXF from the video folder of the contents folder.

          You can give the demo for Raylight Ultra a try whenever you get a chance. http://www.dvfilm.com/raylight/ultra...aDemoSetup.exe

          Best Regards,
          Andy
          Contact me about being your location sound mixer or videographer in the Austin area
          Audio - PSC M4A+ 4ch mixer, Tascam DR60d, Fostex FR2LE, Sennheiser 416t, Audix SC1xHC, Audio-Technica AT822 Stereo Mic, Rode Blimp
          BM4k - 17-50mm F2.8 Sigma
          GH2, Lumix 14mm, 20mm, 45mm, 14-42mm, Speedbooster
          Nikon Prime Set

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            #6
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            Also our book SHOOTING DIGITAL is back in print,
            Only $10 now in a PDF download

            http://dvfilm.com/book.htm
            DVFilm Raylight Decoder http://dvfilm.com/raylight/decoder
            DVFilm Raylight Encoder Pro http://dvfilm.com/raylight/EncoderPro
            DVFilm Raylight X http://dvfilm.com/raylight/X

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              #7
              Hey, Andy! I just bought a Panasonic hvx200a camera. I was wondering if it was essential to use Raylight in order to transfer the files from the P2 card to my Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum software. $150 is a lot when I don't have much work right now but I can manage it if there is no other way. Thanks!

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                #8
                Raylight Ultra can be purchased with a 50% off discount for DVXUSERs, contact dvfilm support on the dvfilm website.

                Long term, our solution for P2 editing is Raylight Cutter http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...aylight-Cutter

                A version of that will be made available this summer (2013).
                DVFilm Raylight Decoder http://dvfilm.com/raylight/decoder
                DVFilm Raylight Encoder Pro http://dvfilm.com/raylight/EncoderPro
                DVFilm Raylight X http://dvfilm.com/raylight/X

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                  #9
                  Sweet!!! Thanks!

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