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Mike Davison
Real Time Encoder
on Sep 19, 2003 at 8:29:20 pm

Hello,
Currently I use an RT2000 on a P3 600Mhz machine + a Pioneer 104.
I want to upgrade to a Tape to DVD system - that is - the tape goes in one end and the DVD comes out the other, with the minimum of human contact, and all done at the best (resonably priced)quality, and at the fastest possible speed. My market seems to be not in editing video, but convertions to DVD's.
My current system takes too long from start to finish and with too many processes - Capture, Premiere Time Line, Encode to MPEG in Premiere, DVDit -
Any bright ideas out there,
Cheers
Mike


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Kenneth Daves
Re: Real Time Encoder
on Sep 20, 2003 at 12:15:22 am

There are a number of hardware encoders on the market now that you could use to encode the DV as analog to Mpeg and there is at least one (probably more) DVD authoring program (Ulead DVD Movie Factory 2) that has a direct to disk capability.

Regardless, you need a new computer.

I thought that the RT2000 could encode directly to Mpeg 2.


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John Q
Re: Real Time Encoder
on Sep 20, 2003 at 1:29:42 am

It's a standalone appliance called a DVD recorder. Philips, Panasonic, Pioneer, and now Sony make them.


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Mike Davison
Re: Real Time Encoder
on Sep 21, 2003 at 2:03:12 pm

Thanks for your replies.
I think the way to go is via a dedicated appliance ie. A DVD recorder, BUT, does this mean I can only record in Region1 encoding: because I am in Brazil and need Region 4
I appreciate your answers
Rgds
Mike


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John Q
Re: Real Time Encoder
on Sep 21, 2003 at 7:43:28 pm

Good question. I don't believe that DVD-R's burned by my A03 actually have a region defined. As regions only apply to copy protection, I suspect that DVD recorders similarly burn without defining a region.


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Jerry Jones
Re: Real Time Encoder
on Sep 22, 2003 at 10:13:39 pm

Have a look at the "digital creation station" by Nextrium:

http://www.nextrium.com/products1.html

Jerry Jones
http://www.jonesgroup.net


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