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Re: Advice on Capturing in HD (warning: lots of questions!)

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director.lionelRe: Advice on Capturing in HD (warning: lots of questions!)
by on Jul 21, 2007 at 8:50:55 pm

Hi Jeremy,

We have the supermicro x7da8, two dual core xeon 5100 processors at 3.0 ghz, two kingston 1 gig ram at 667, and the Xena LH. We also have two server hard drive cases holding 8 sata hard drives each of Seagate barracuda's with 750 gigs each, 7200 rpm. Formatted each case yields 5.5 terabytes after formatting for a total of 11 terabytes. Again, using PPro 2.0, on a PC with XP Pro, with 32bit.

Planning to rent the Sony JH-3. I'm already way over budget, about $8,000. So I'm just scraping to survive.

I wanted to do the edit-offline-in-SD thing, but they artifacts were so bad, I decided to try to do it in HD. I need to show it first to people who supported my film on a large screen.


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