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Randy
Recording uncompressed HD-SDI from GY-HD250
on Oct 5, 2007 at 2:07:01 pm

Hi all. I have two JVC GY-HD250 cameras and I wanted to find out if anyone has tried recording directly to disk using the HD-SDI of the JVC GY-HD250. I have heard about some new boxes by the companies below and wondered if anyone has tried this. One of the boxes indicates that you can feed two HD-SDI sources and record simultaneously. That would be awesome to use in a studio/remote location shoot when using both cameras. If you know of another product that does this please let me know. I don't know yet what these boxes cost but I am particularly interested in the Codex Digital one. Any feedback is most appreciated.

http://www.wafian.com/
http://www.colorspaceinc.com/
http://codexdigital.com/


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Justin Ferar
Re: Recording uncompressed HD-SDI from GY-HD250
on Oct 5, 2007 at 8:28:50 pm

Randy- I'm sure the cameras will funtion as promised but your post pretty much refers to the other devices. I bet you would have a better response from the Hi end HD forum where they mostly deal with HD SDI.

Just a suggestion.

Best.

J.


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Randy
Re: Recording uncompressed HD-SDI from GY-HD250
on Oct 5, 2007 at 9:50:02 pm

Good point J. I'm obviously looking for someone that has had experience recording with the JVC HD-SDI out though. Just curious if there were any issues, if they were pleased, etc. Finding the right device to then record to will be an issue and I will post that question in the HD forum as you suggested. Thanks.


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Gary Brown
Re: Recording uncompressed HD-SDI from GY-HD250
on Jul 16, 2008 at 8:37:16 pm

I saw the Wafian in action and REALLY want one. It was sweet, taking PRE HDV compression footage directly into the cineform intermediary. Yes, it looks like the perfect recorder for a dual cam shoot. I use Vegas Pro v8b and the Cineform files edit like DV.

IMHO

GB-)

"Better, Faster, Cheaper ... Pick Two!"

Gary R. Brown, SCVE
Video Systems Engineer
Portsmouth Public Schools
Portsmouth, Virginia
23704-2135


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