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Julio Cruz
Hyperdeck studio for archiving, H.264 Recorder for Bluray ready video
on Feb 18, 2012 at 3:39:08 am

I have a production system, with the ATEM 1 M/E switcher, ATEM Camera converters connected via fiber to the ATEM Studio converter, running at 1080i 59.94.

I have a Hyperdeck Studio, which I was not using too much because of the recording format (was using an Atomos Samurai). Now that the Hyperdeck is supporting the DNxHD MOV wrapping, I have half of my recording setup solved.

What I need is the second half. I want to have bluray ready video right after the live recording. I have the H.264 Recorder, but I currently have to render the H.264 video, since the video that it records does not run smoothly because of the jerky deinterlacing.

The only thing that I need now is interlaced 1080i recording on the H.264 Recorder. That makes the Blackmagic solution a complete one for me IMHO.

Greetings,

Julio.


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Eric Lanouette
Re: Hyperdeck studio for archiving, H.264 Recorder for Bluray ready video
on Feb 18, 2012 at 6:49:20 am

I'm waiting for a way to deactivate the deinterlacer since they release the unit. In my case, I don't even want it to support native interlaced coding (PicAFF, MBAFF), just bypassing the auto deinterlacer feature.

I can't figure it's hard to add an option or simply release an alternate firmware that deactivate the deinterlacer.

For your post-prod workflow, I doubt the Pro Recorder is outputting an H.264 file that is 100% Bluray compliant.


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Julio Cruz
Re: Hyperdeck studio for archiving, H.264 Recorder for Bluray ready video
on Feb 18, 2012 at 4:17:34 pm

"For your post-prod workflow, I doubt the Pro Recorder is outputting an H.264 file that is 100% Bluray compliant."

That's why I'm currently rendering (for hours by the way). It would be REALLY nice to be able to have a fully Bluray compliant H.264 file recorded with this unit. With this and the Hyperdeck you can have a complete recording solution.


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Mike Squires
Re: Hyperdeck studio for archiving, H.264 Recorder for Bluray ready video
on Feb 21, 2012 at 10:37:13 pm

The new MXLight software allows you to record the interlaced stream from the H.264 Recorder. Works with the ATEM TVS also.


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Julio Cruz
Re: Hyperdeck studio for archiving, H.264 Recorder for Bluray ready video
on Feb 22, 2012 at 12:36:23 am

Interesting... And also records up to 30 Mbps. I'll check it out. This is the link:

http://mxlight.co.uk/

Thanks!


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Eric Lanouette
Re: Hyperdeck studio for archiving, H.264 Recorder for Bluray ready video
on Feb 23, 2012 at 7:28:14 am

As a mac user, I hope that the BM software dev team that is working hard on the FCPX support will find some time to add an interlaced capture mode to Media Express soon.


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