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Re: Video camera reccomendation
by Bill Bruner on Jun 1, 2012 at 10:39:04 am
in the DSLR Video Forum
Scott, with your budget, I'd go with one of Noah's suggestions - all of the cameras he recommends have hinged, rotating LCDs (like a camcorder). Both the 5D and 7D have fixed LCDs - so you wouldn't be able to rotate the LCD up, down or flip it 180 de
Re: HVR-MRC1 and FX1000
by Mar Feyerei on May 31, 2012 at 5:30:14 pm
in the Sony DV Forum
Thank you for your quick response, I wait for the Ninja-2 which has a really good screen and an HDMI output: i will test it by myself and will probably buy it..hoping that i will achieve an HDCAM quality :-) HVR-MRC1 is definitively dead for me Ma
Re: HVR-MRC1 and FX1000
by Jeff Pulera on May 31, 2012 at 1:25:09 pm
in the Sony DV Forum
While HDV camcorders do record 4:2:0 to tape, my understanding is that the live output via HDMI is 4:2:2. When recording to HDV, remember that the video is compressed as Long-GOP MPEG-2 at just 25Mbps. With ProRes, you are recording a visually lossle
Re: HVR-MRC1 and FX1000
by Mar Feyerei on May 31, 2012 at 8:14:51 am
in the Sony DV Forum
Hello, I have two Sony HDR-V1 HDV cameras with HDMI (INformation Sony: outpout HDMI is apparently 8 bit 4:2:0) Do you think that the (picture)result with a Atomos Ninja in Proress 422 will be better than the result created with the HVR-MRC1 (booth
Re: Video camera reccomendation
by Scott Gaskin on May 30, 2012 at 7:59:49 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Hi Brent, Thank you for your response. I did look at the Canon 5D Mk 2 and the cheaper 7D model. Does the full sensor make much difference to the video quality? also in your opinion, do you think there is much difference between the Mk 2 and Mk
Re: Red and green flashes in footage after capture (Sony HVR-Z7U)
by Tero Ahlfors on May 28, 2012 at 8:18:16 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
If the footage looks good on the cameras screen then you might have a faulty firewire port on the camera.
Red and green flashes in footage after capture (Sony HVR-Z7U)
by Way Spurr-Chen on May 27, 2012 at 9:44:27 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi guys, I'm working on a documentary project with a Sony HVR-Z7U recording onto Mini DV tapes--all my footage looks great on playback on the LCD screen, but after capturing, when I review the footage, a lot of it gets periodic, seemingly random glit
A Short Filmmaking Contest With Big Prizes
by Meredith Borders on May 25, 2012 at 9:01:47 pm
in the COW - User Announcements Forum
At Badass Digest, we're excited to announce the Filmmaking Frenzy Contest - Commander-in-Chief: Ultimate Badass. In gently spoofing honor of the upcoming ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER, we ask you to choose a president, choose one of the alternative
Re: Sony HVR Z1U
by Peter Burger on May 22, 2012 at 9:36:28 am
in the Sony DV Forum
You can use the firewire cable to record directly into your laptop or desktop computer, if that was your question. Plus there are a couple of digital recording devices like the Sony HVR-MRC1K, but they are quite expensive... HTH
Sony HVR Z1U
by dylan oleary on May 22, 2012 at 2:20:25 am
in the Sony DV Forum
Is there a gadget that can to turn my Sony HVR Z1U Camcorder (miniDV) into a "digital out" camcorder? In other words, allow me to capture it's signal to a harddrive? Like, the S-video out or the firewire? thanks dylanoleary@gmail.com
Re: HVR-MRC1 Digital artifacts at the start
by John Flanagan on May 21, 2012 at 9:58:45 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
For the current project I don't, but some of my wedding clients get unedited as part of their package so this first frame blip would really put a damper on the unedited DVDs.
Re: HVR-MRC1 Digital artifacts at the start
by Shane Ross on May 21, 2012 at 9:55:21 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Do you REALLY need that first frame?
HVR-MRC1 Digital artifacts at the start
by John Flanagan on May 21, 2012 at 6:02:06 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
I have been using my HVR-MRC1 with a Z5U on DV mode without any problems for about 3 weeks. I shot my first HDV event using the MRC1 Saturday and when I covered the clips using ClipWrap to ProRes422 to bring into FCP 7, the first frame of every clip
Video Sources NTSC 1080i vs 480p vs 480i on the ATEM TV Studio
by Matt Catalano on May 9, 2012 at 12:23:28 am
in the Blackmagic Design Forum
I'm going to run a webcast in a few weeks in standard definition (480i 59.96 NTSC) through the ATEM TV Studio. I have 3 different model cameras coming into the ATEM, 2 by HDMI, and one via SDI. One of them is a Sony HVR-Z7U which claims it can do 4
Re: Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials
by Michael Slowe on May 8, 2012 at 7:19:34 am
in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
By far the best tutorials are produced by Doug Jensen on his Vortex Media DVD's. When I got my Z1 that's what really set me up, similarly with my EX 1 later on.
Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials
by Bryan Hilton on May 4, 2012 at 5:06:14 pm
in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
Hi, I've been trying to find Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials. I didn't see any on Creative Cow. Do you have any idea where I can locate tutorials. I've checked on google and YouTube. Thanks for your time.
Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials
by Bryan Hilton on May 4, 2012 at 5:05:03 pm
in the Sony NXCAM Forum
Hi, I've been trying to find Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials. I didn't see any on Creative Cow. Do you have any idea where I can locate tutorials. I've checked on google and YouTube. Thanks for your time.
Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials
by Bryan Hilton on May 4, 2012 at 3:47:26 pm
in the Letters to the COW Team Forum
Hi, I've been trying to find Sony Digital HD Video Camera Recorder HVR-Z1U/Z1N Online Tutorials. I didn't see any on Creative Cow. Do you have any idea where I can locate tutorials. I've checked on google and YouTube. Thanks for your time.
Re: SONY VEGAS + i7 2600K + 8GB RAM + NEAT VIDEO = SLOW RENDERING?!
by Demetris christodoulides on May 3, 2012 at 7:55:57 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Yeap, sadly because the hvr-hd1000e underperforms in low light conditions and i have to use max exposure, i often get high noise at night... Thank you for the excellent input so far. For the time being, i have 2 regular 7200rpm western digital
SONY VEGAS + i7 2600K + 8GB RAM + NEAT VIDEO = SLOW RENDERING?!
by Demetris christodoulides on May 2, 2012 at 10:13:12 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Dear community, I've been having some off problems lately, and i want your opinions: Here's my setup: Sony vegas pro 11 x64 i7 2600k asus-stock-overclocked at 3.4ghz, 8core Windows 7 ultimate x64 8gb ram gamers edition 1600mhz msi nvidia
Re: mini dv tapes.....dv vs hdv.....
by Stephen Mann on Apr 26, 2012 at 7:26:07 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
You can use the HVR-DR60 on any camera that puts a video signal on the Firewire port. I have used mine on the Z1, PD150 and VX2000. All that the cameras designed to accompany the Record Unit does is to send commands to the recorder from the camera
Re: mini dv tapes.....dv vs hdv.....
by John Rofrano on Apr 25, 2012 at 8:27:19 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
What your paying for is stronger tape backing and better coating for less of a chance of dropouts. With DV dropouts only affect single frame. For HDV a dropout on a keyframe will loose 15 frames! (which 1/2 second at 30fps). So you want to avoid them
vegas pro 11 and genarts sapphire edge -> only render to same format
by Wilfried Van on Apr 24, 2012 at 5:15:38 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Use m2t ( 1440x1080-50i ) files , captured by HVR-V1E ( since 5 years now ). 3 seconds m2t file apply edge light and adjust spot at certain place in that 3 seconds m2t video render to same m2t format -> OK ( edge light at right place ) rend
vegas pro 11 ( x64 ) , sapphire edge and render
by Wilfried Van on Apr 23, 2012 at 7:23:22 pm
in the Genarts Sapphire Edge Forum
Use m2t ( 1440x1080-50i ) files , captured by HVR-V1E ( since 5 years now ). 3 seconds m2t file apply edge light and adjust spot at certain place in that 3 seconds m2t video render to same m2t format -> OK ( edge light at right place ) render t
Workflow settings in Premiere Pro for delivery of HD to SD on DVD for TV playback
by Tom Smith on Apr 23, 2012 at 6:37:00 pm
in the Broadcasting Forum
OK so while I am a good editor in terms of story telling and technique, the technical side concerning formats and codecs is not something I understand clearly yet. Someone I know has come to me wanting to get an episode of something aired on a local
HVD capture problems CS5.5 mac
by Adrian Vallarino on Apr 20, 2012 at 2:15:21 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Setup: Macbook Pro, Premiere Pro CS5.5.2, Sony HVR-Z1U. When I capture DV from the Z1, no problem. When I try to capture HDV it all looks fine, except that the capture window reports that its capturing to an MP3 file. When I stop capture, there is no
Service: Production Digital
by Steve Hornsby on Apr 17, 2012 at 3:07:16 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
Recent projects include: Client: Comedy Central UK filming and interviewing UK comedian Rufus Hound for a feature-length extra for a commercial DVD. Client: Genworth Financial filming Genworth Financial Leaders & Sales Conferences over a 4 day
Production Digital
by Steve Hornsby on Apr 17, 2012 at 8:07:16 am
in the Forum
Recent projects include: Client: Comedy Central UK filming and interviewing UK comedian Rufus Hound for a feature-length extra for a commercial DVD. Client: Genworth Financial filming Genworth Financial Leaders & Sales Conferences over a 4 day period
Stuttering effect on pan and tilt shots
by Colin Smith on Apr 13, 2012 at 10:47:52 am
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Hi, I am new to editing so please forgive me if I dont explain myself properly. I have shot some H.D footage on a Sony HVR Z1E (PAL)and successfuly imported it into Final Cut Pro using Pro Res 422 and have edited the final piece. The problem is tha
Re: CF Card for HVR-Z7u
by Tom Pauncz on Apr 5, 2012 at 2:08:47 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
Not surprised Lynn... I have had that reader over 4 years, since just before I got my HVR-S270. It's worked perfectly over the years with both Win-XP and Win7.
Re: CF Card for HVR-Z7u
by Lynn Weissman on Apr 5, 2012 at 1:00:10 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
Thank you Tom, Go figure, the USB CF Card Reader that you recommend also appears to be discontinued! So... I asked the B&H Photo technicians, I got this answer, and just ordered the Lexar USB Card Reader one they recommend (Lexar LECR241 Multi-
Re: Looking for HD video camera suggestions-Something Vegas friendly!
by Dave Haynie on Apr 5, 2012 at 4:49:09 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Angelo Mike] "Oh yeah, in cinema mode, the Canon Vixia HF S21 significantly cuts down on low light noise, though it will automatically adjust the shutter to 1/24 when it gets dark if you're shooting at 24 fps, doing away with any film look. Yup
Recent experience using SVP11 for the first time
by Bill Church on Apr 4, 2012 at 9:18:15 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
Caution - this is a very long posting, but if you use SVP11, you might be interested in continuing on. I've read many recent forum postings describing various scenarios, bugs, and other serious problems with version 11, some of which came into pla
Re: CF Card for HVR-Z7u
by Tom Pauncz on Apr 3, 2012 at 4:51:54 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
Lynn, My CF card reader is a SanDisk ImageMate All-In-One, model SDD-189. It's USB2.0, I believe. It'll read the Extreme IIIs perfectly - only ones I use.
Re: CF Card for HVR-Z7u
by Lynn Weissman on Apr 3, 2012 at 4:29:42 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
It's kind of odd; the Firewire 400 CF Card Readers I'd consider puchasing seem to be largely discontinued, though I don't know why. I did not think the technology was that old. Comparatively, USB2 CF Card Readers (which I'd guess might be slowe
Re: CF Card for HVR-Z7u
by Tom Pauncz on Apr 3, 2012 at 2:41:01 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
Lynn, If the readers say they are for Extreme III or IV, you're good to go. Only thing you need to make sure of is that reader can handle cards of a large capacity. Long ago I found that certain readers could not handle cards that were larger t
Re: CF Card for HVR-Z7u
by Lynn Weissman on Apr 3, 2012 at 2:34:44 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
Hello, I'd like to use a CF card reader so I don't have to use my MRC1 unit to upload footage in FCP. Can anyone recommend a current Compact Flash card reader (Firewire 400 is preferred, but I suppose USB will do) for Sony HDV with Final Cut Pro 6
Re: Looking for HD video camera suggestions-Something Vegas friendly!
by Dave Haynie on Apr 3, 2012 at 1:16:01 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Well, a couple of things. Even as a Sony HVR-A1 owner, I would steer very clear of the Sony HXR NX70U. It seems to be nothing but trouble. Your VX2000's have legendary low-light performance that I don't think you'll find in any HD Camcorder... ma
Re: Looking for HD video camera suggestions-Something Vegas friendly!
by John Rofrano on Mar 28, 2012 at 3:15:09 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I prefer Sony cameras and currently shoot with a Sony HVR-Z1U and HVR-A1U. I would not recommend the A1U as it doesn't do well in low light. I love my Z1U but it's discontinued and replaced with the Z7U (but that's out of your price range at $5K). Th
Re: HVR-MRC1 Unit Not Working with Z7 or Z5
by Jay Levi on Mar 27, 2012 at 8:14:55 am
in the Sony DV Forum
Make sure that no remote control setting sphere activated in the menu, I just discovered this with the z7 and the mrc1 the other day after asking around.
For Sale - Sony HVR-Z5U Professional HDV Camcorder, Includes Case
by James Michael on Mar 26, 2012 at 6:28:57 pm
in the Classifieds, Personal Forum
This is my Sony HVR-Z5U HDV camcorder, and includes an external mic and all the accessories that came with it, plus a camera bag. All bought new from B&H and rarely used (see Hours Meter below). It is my back up camera and no longer need it. When use
Re: Bring back to life "bad" CF cards for HVR-Z7?
by paul collins on Mar 24, 2012 at 3:42:58 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
Hi, The exact same has happened to me. "Format Error" nightmare. If anyone has a soloution please let us know. If I find one I will post. Paul
Newbie Camera Needs
by Wade Rider on Mar 20, 2012 at 1:07:13 pm
in the Event Videographers Forum
HELP! I have decided to put 40 years of hobby to work and dip my toe in the professional videography industry. I would like to start small and build as experience allows, and I am attempting the start-up on a shoestring budget. I am soliciting sugges
Re: Best Format To Render Into
by Dave Haynie on Mar 20, 2012 at 6:02:57 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
[Gregory Bauhof] "I need a some suggestions as to what is the best format to render into in order to make a DVD." If you want a real DVD-Video format DVD, you have one choice: MPEG-2. Aside from that, you want the rate to match your source video.
Best Format To Render Into
by Gregory Bauhof on Mar 19, 2012 at 8:50:06 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I need a some suggestions as to what is the best format to render into in order to make a DVD. I shot a film with my Sony HVR-V1U on the 24p setting. After editing in Vegas Pro 11, I've tried to render it into a format that would be good for DVDs
Re: problems with Sony HVR-Z5 and fluorescent lights
by Richard Crowley on Mar 18, 2012 at 6:19:34 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
What are you shooting? 25P? What problem are you seeing/trying to solve? What lighting options are available to you?
Re: problems with Sony HVR-Z5 and fluorescent lights
by Ewan Horlock on Mar 17, 2012 at 11:48:30 am
in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
Ok great thanks That's true..on the Z5 it seems like you have to actually enable the extended clear scan function when you select the shutter speed (you then set the hz in the main menu). So hopefully that means it's not on all the time! I have
Re: problems with Sony HVR-Z5 and fluorescent lights
by Don Greening on Mar 16, 2012 at 11:10:41 pm
in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
Clear scan is there for CRT and LCD flat screen monitors only. On my Sony cameras I leave clear scan disabled all the time because (at least on my EX1R and EX3) it will even affect the outside recordings with a flickering/rolling picture issue for th
Re: Bring back to life "bad" CF cards for HVR-Z7?
by Todd Terry on Mar 16, 2012 at 8:19:43 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
[Frederic Jacques] "Is there another way? From a PC?" Couldn't say for sure, but yes, that'd be my best guess. Reformatting the cards in a PC would certainly be the easiest/fastest/cheapest thing to try. Would literally take about 5 seconds.
Bring back to life "bad" CF cards for HVR-Z7?
by Frederic Jacques on Mar 16, 2012 at 7:00:13 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
I wish I knew then what I know now... I know now not to format, just delete right from the recorder. Prior to this, I had formatted some CF cards for the HVR-Z7 recorder from the Mac OS and they no longer work. But is there a way to re-format thos

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