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DanrnwRe: Blacks...
by on Apr 22, 2005 at 4:57:32 am

Rich,

I re-read your post.
Below might answer you question better.

I'd input your DVCAM footage via the firewire cable.
If you are doing a DV project, tell FCP to digitize with the DV-DVCPRO
codec. If you are doing a 10 bit uncompressed project,
(where you are probably using BetaSP footage as well)
tell FCP to digitize the DVCAM footage at 10 bit uncompressed
and do the same with your BetaSP footage, then they match
in the timeline. You don't gain any picture quality by
digitizing DV with an uncompressed codec, you just use
lots of disk space. But you need all your footage to be
the same codec to play back in the timeline without rendering.
Note that you should have a disk array for uncompressed
digitizing and playback.

that is all,
dan


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