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DanrnwRe: Blacks...
by on Apr 23, 2005 at 2:46:20 pm

You can play DV footage from the timeline through to your broadcast
monitor, absolutely. That's the way I do all my offline sequences.
I load in at the DV level and do most all my work including
effects, titles and even some color correction. When the show is
locked, I uprez and all this stuff follows to the newly uprezzed 10 bit
uncompressed footage and sequence.

Like I said previously, whether ALL codecs from EVERYONE plays,
I don't know. I DO know that KONA AJA 10 bit uncompressed
plays on Aurora and so does the footage I captured at DV
when that card was installed. Speaking of DV, these codecs have to be
to the standard of DV video to work. You can't just make a codec
willy nilly and call it DV. DV is a video standard. But you CAN
made a codec that supposedly compresses and encodes to the
DV standard better than someone elses. But that doesn't change the
fact that it's still DV. You can't call it that if it isn't. So what I mean is,
if it's real DV footage in a Quicktime cover, no matter which card you used
to bring it into FCP or even if you just bring it in via firewire,
it should play in the timeline and out the Aurora card to your monitor.

Please, someone from Aurora or anyone who knows if I am
incorrect, please chirp up. Or a confirmation would also be nice :)

dan


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