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Re: DVX100 or post-production 24p Nattress filter?

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Noah KadnerRe: DVX100 or post-production 24p Nattress filter?
by on Sep 5, 2004 at 4:27:15 pm

The DVX is a lot more than some in-camera filter trick. It's actually 24 frame photography converted in camera to a 60i signal much the same way film is transferred to video in telecine. The Nattress filters do rock (Graeme is a great guy) but they do add a bunch of extra rendering time to the post process and all filters ultimately degrade original footage.

With the DVX your footage is ready to go right away with the cinema look baked in. It's up to you to decide whether you *need* to upgrade but rest assured the DVX is the most signifigant change to the video world since DV itself.

Noah



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