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Paul Rozon
bluray recorder
on Jan 9, 2011 at 5:41:39 pm

We recently upgraded the imag in our theater to HD. We also record our shows HDSDI out of panasonic HS400 switch into KiPro for post production editing. I also record a downconvert of our line cut to a DVD burner for archival purposes.

I would like to record our shows direct to bluray for archiving but have had no luck finding a pro bluray burner with HDSDI inputs. In fact all bluray burners that I have found only have SD inputs.

Anybody out there know of a bluray burner with HDSDI inputs or HDMI inputs?


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Gary Hazen
Re: bluray recorder
on Jan 10, 2011 at 9:45:05 am

I don't know of any BluRay recorders that can directly record from an HD-SDI source.

If you convert the HD-SDI signal to an MPEG 2 transport stream you can record a live feed.
Feed HD-SDI into the Roland convertor and then run firewire from the Roland into a JVC BRD.


http://pro.jvc.com/pro/attributes/DVD/brochure/srhd1250_1500.pdf

http://www.roland.com/products/en/VC-50HD/


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Bob Zelin
Re: bluray recorder
on Jan 12, 2011 at 10:49:42 pm

ding ding ding - give the man a prize. This is the correct (and only ) answer on the market. "Everyone" wants a "box" that they can stick an HD-SDI baseband signal into, hit the REC button and make a blu ray. This combination of the JVC (with FW input) and the Edirol/Roland HD-SDI to FW converter is the only way to accomplish this.

And it's not 200 bucks.

Bob Zelin



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Chuck Pullen
Re: bluray recorder
on Jan 13, 2011 at 3:49:29 pm

Certainly those of us looking for a "professional" Blu-Ray recorder with HD-SDI know we are going to be spending more than $200. But that Roland/JVC solution is what $5500? And those JVC recorders have some serious limitations. I think someone should be able to build something in the middle. The Ki Pro does a little of everything, has a small footprint, and is only $3500. I’m almost certain we will see a solution at NAB in the $2000 - $2500 range.(Fingers Crossed)

Chuck


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Richard Cooper
Re: bluray recorder
on Jan 14, 2011 at 6:46:04 pm

B&H has the combo kit (SR-HD1500 and VC-50HD) for $5,554.50 So yeah... Not $200......

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/683187-REG/JVC_SR_HD1500US_SR_HD1500_...

Richard Cooper
FrostLine Productions, LLC
Anchorage, Alaska
http://www.frostlineproductions.com


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Stephen Bone
Re: bluray recorder
on Aug 2, 2012 at 8:55:13 am

Hi a modified JVC is available on http://www.frontniche.co.uk/products/blu-ray-dvd-recorders/jvc-blu-ray-and-...

this is 2.5 years old now so they developed their own design called Blue George http://www.frontniche.co.uk/products/blu-ray-dvd-recorders/blue-george.php

Cheers


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David Eaks
Re: bluray recorder
on Aug 2, 2012 at 1:53:26 pm

JVC released a model with HD-SDI, $3,275.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/844862-REG/JVC_SR_HD2500US_SR_HD2500U...


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Stephen Bone
Re: bluray recorder
on Aug 2, 2012 at 2:40:31 pm

Hi,
the new JVC requires 2 versions, 1 for US and 1 for europe.

it also does not support the Film formats:

1080 24p or 23.98PsF, 1080p 30Hz, 1080p 25Hz, 1080p 29.97Hz,

and if it did they would be on seperate US/europe units.

seeing as Blu-ray comercial discs use film formats the JVC is aimed at broadcasters only.
Cheers


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