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Invite Digibeta with MAZ - in parallel on ext. Save hard drive



Frage von hoschi:
Januar 2010

Hi All,

I would like to sift my twisted future Digibeta material at home.

Can I record directly while of inviting ext on one of the CNAC. Save hard drive?

Is that with Western Digital My Book Studio, Buffalo DriveStation 1TB Combo4 or LaCie d2 Quadra 1TB?

How do I connect CNAC and Record?

Thanks for your help!

Greeting
Hoschi



Antwort von Valentino:

The question is what codec you want to sift and works with which program you or your editor or editorial.

With Avid, it is easy to clip as a DV stream to back up hard drive. At approximately 12GB per hour, a normal USB hard drive should be sufficient.
Do you want the clips Compositing or correction for high-quality color, then the MCP AVID Recommend the quality level at 2-1, resulting in significant s.Daten but synonymous sets.

The same should be with Final Cut Pro and I / O card (Decklink Black Magic work, etc.) as well.

To transfer you always need a Wandlerbox (very expensive) or editing system. Digibeta VTR of a direct connection to USB hard drive does not exist.

As an external hard drive I can recommend to you the warmest LaCie, as these clearly more robust, faster and better can be derived by its aluminum enclosure, the heat of the HDD.



Antwort von MK:

Rosendahl Bonsai Drive with SDI and LAN option or a hard disk recorder of Data Vision (which may, however, no splits and uncompressed the files because it uses a FAT32 file system).

Disadvantage: Both are very expensive.

Alternative when it comes to pure intuition and does not go with the material needs to be continued: DVD recorder, or use for newer players to the pure Digibetas or iLink connection for parallel playout on a mini-DV recorder.








Antwort von hoschi:

"Valentino" wrote:

With Avid, it is easy to clip as a DV stream to back up hard drive. At approximately 12GB per hour, a normal USB hard drive should be sufficient.


That is, invite only clip, then save as a DV Stream - correct? At the same time does not go, right?

"Valentino" wrote:

As an external hard drive I can recommend to you the warmest LaCie, as these clearly more robust, faster and better can be derived by its aluminum enclosure, the heat of the HDD.


Thank you!



Antwort von hoschi:

"MK" wrote:

Alternative when it comes to pure intuition and does not go with the material needs to be continued: DVD Recorder


Yes, it's only about me, look for cut list, etc.

"MK" wrote:

or use on newer Digibetas or the pure players the iLink connection for parallel playout on a mini-DV recorder.


Ie material will be invited simultaneously on Digibeta player and stored on mini-DV recording on mini DV, right?

I would like a complete halt in a single step ...



Antwort von MK:

[quote = "hoschi"]
"MK" wrote:

Ie material will be invited simultaneously on Digibeta player and stored on mini-DV recording on mini DV, right?


Correct, the signals are applied simultaneously, it is synonymous with the Super-signal use the time code in the Picture. But needs to ensure Digibeta with its Firewire port, which earlier had no names.

If the devices do not have Firewire is synonymous analog.



Antwort von Valentino:

"hoschi" wrote:
That is, invite only clip, then save as a DV Stream - correct? At the same time does not go, right?

So as long as you want just for you a copy, simply record the video via Caputertool in DV external hard drive. Need the files for the cut which simply copy it again on the raid or capture it only on the editing system and then later by Explorer on your plate. Convert you there's nothing, except perhaps from the mxf container to an AVI container if you do not have AVID.



Antwort von tommyb:

I would prefer a DVD recorder and take s.SUPER output of MAZ tap the picture with timecode.

As it turns just a cut list, it is enough if one is completely the quality of the recorder to 4 hours (EP to my knowledge) - then you get synonymous properly on it and what it can run in parallel without any problems.

Then you can retire with the DVDs alone, s.damit into the notebook or in the DVD player and can watch the whole time codes included on the sofa.

Only then may the coil does not go so fast (unless you are a software DVD player uses s.PC).




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