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Re: ioHD vs. KiPro

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Roland BlaserRe: ioHD vs. KiPro
by on May 28, 2009 at 3:57:33 pm

Gary, you are right! Let's wait and see first.

Take my input as a topic on the wish list. However it looks like others have the same wish (at least found one further down in this forum). I'm pretty sure it's just a question of "playing" with the firmware and AJA will do it earlier or later anyway.

By the way: There is no need to defend AJA's product philosophy beacuse there is nothing to fight. I really got the message that it is a record/playback unit. However, as a TV journalist I'm used to ask questions like this. I apologize if somebody got the idea it is my intention to fight against AJA. I use my ioHD daily and I'm happy so far. I'm waiting for the KiPro as you do because Apple's ProRes is just great and it makes totally sense to offer a recorder/player like the KiPro. I plan to use it for taking reports and footage out of my TV station's video archive, ingesting the stuff into my FCP editing suite. And I plan to use it vice versa, bringing the final product back to my TV station.

Up to know I used either tape or XDCAM for this. But after changing the video stuff so many times in the past, I'm tired of proprietary solutions. By using ProRes and offering any kind of formats (SD/HD in different standards) the KiPro will be a unit that will do the job for many years...

Roland




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