A few days ago I looked at the Canon HV-20 purchase, which is synonymous HD-capable. Today I wanted to help me with my dealer to get Avid Xpress HD. It was a question to which I am getting a little worried, because the dealer of this camera model is not in the list of the supported Avid products found.
Has anyone here already with the Canon HV-20 and worked on Avid? Is this compatible, or will it cause problems, especially regarding material in the HD format is concerned?
Still, I could hire the camera back and give to another model change, but probably would not be so straightforward, and can I as a student in the class price does not go much higher ...
For tips and help I would be very grateful.
Antwort von Musti:
The Canon HV20 is the HDV format. This is the default standard for all high definition format at all, and Avid Xpress Pro cuts without problems (I have neither the Avid Xpress HV20 yet!). HDV is the only format where you can be rest assured that there is an HD editing program understands.
Antwort von xandix:
Theoretically, it should go ...
Practically synonymous, I have no experience with the Camera.
If the dealer does not vorführfähig system? If not, good for the dealer anyway and nothing is just a box shifter / Onlineverscherbler ....
The AVID understands but my knowledge is not the progressive mode of the camera, only the interlaced HDV-compliant ....
Antwort von jdupre:
Yes, that with the progressive fashion to me that the dealer has been synonymous said ... I was not on site but it was only a phone call, so the testing was not an option. I have to trust the dealer but in any case, since it synonymous my university, where I had previously cut, and some TV stations supplied. Maybe I should s.Besten but then again there are going to try out, but the answers here in the forum have been helpful to me synonymous, many thanks!