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Peter Fuhrman
Editing with 10bit uncompressed 4:2:2 from Hyperdeck Shuttle and SONY F3 Slog
on Apr 9, 2012 at 7:18:39 pm

Hello everyone,

I'm a new owner of the Hyperdeck Shuttle 2. I am using it with my SONY F3 and the Slog option for 4:2:2 10bit uncompressed recording.

So far my Final Cut Pro sequence DOES NOT like to play back the footage without dropped frames. Help?

Thanks,
Peter


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Neil Patience
Re: Editing with 10bit uncompressed 4:2:2 from Hyperdeck Shuttle and SONY F3 Slog
on Apr 9, 2012 at 7:38:37 pm

You need very fast hard drives to play back 10 bit uncompressed video.
Standard def has a bitrate of about 270 Mbs and HD is way higher - over 1Gbs I think.

So that's why you are struggling to play it back - unless you have a fast fibre or esata raid it's going to stall.

That's why ProRes is a good option. HD ProRes is less bandwidth than SD 10 bit Uncompressed.

best wishes
Neil
http://www.patience.tv


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Michael Gissing
Re: Editing with 10bit uncompressed 4:2:2 from Hyperdeck Shuttle and SONY F3 Slog
on Apr 9, 2012 at 10:53:45 pm

The shuttle also uses DNxHD codec for compressed HD. DNxHD is a great codec like ProRes 422 and has similar compression. DNxHD can be used with Final Cut Pro if you download the free codec from AVID.

I am working on a project shot F3 SLOG to DNxHD on a Sound Devices PIX240 and I will be grading in da Vinci and finalising in Final Cut 7. Depending on frame rate DNxHD and ProRes422 can run off a Firewire 800 drive but esata or an internal RAID would be more reliable for dropped frames.


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