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Frage von Rolf Hankel:
August 2009

Hello

I will try synonymous here in the forum and ask for reviews with the WD-Player
My TV: 40 "LCD 1920x1080 100Hz
5:12 EDIUS editing program
External hard drive Western Digital My Book (; USB connector) is never received any
Gruss Rolf ...



Antwort von jazzy_d:

Unpack, connect to play, (;) possibly even latest firmware on it quickly. In 5 minutes. The part is fun.



Antwort von Rolf Hankel:

"jazzy_d" wrote:
Unpack, connect to play, (;) possibly even latest firmware on it quickly. In 5 minutes. The part is fun.


How is the quality of reproduction in Comparison with Blu-Ray?
Gruss Rolf ...





Antwort von jazzy_d:

Is exactly the same purely from logic. I've done now no measurement Marathon, I have not synonymous devices. One (; otto-normal-but synonymous consumer video-amateur) will certainly see no difference.



Antwort von bigaxl:

"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
"jazzy_d" wrote:
Unpack, connect to play, (;) possibly even latest firmware on it quickly. In 5 minutes. The part is fun.


How is the quality of reproduction in Comparison with Blu-Ray?
Gruss Rolf ...

I have all my Blu-ray movies 1:1 without menus, trailers and FBI warnings on the plate and give the whole of WD-TV and an HD projector with 3m canvas again. Quality is exactly like BD but without Generve and no loading times. Power synonymous real 24p. Totally uncomplicated topmodel.



Antwort von jazzy_d:

Does the way, probably pretty much synonymous with all Flash memories (; memory cards, sticks, SSD, etc.) that can be connected via USB, then the whole synonymous runs without hum of a plate :-)

The only thing missing is a LAN connection.



Antwort von beiti:

The quality and functional point of view, I can recommend the WD-TV synonymous much. I play with homemade video in 1080/50i (; MPEG2) s.and had been no problem. As a storage media, I'll just relatively cheap USB flash drives, because they are silent.

What bothers me somewhat, is the strong warming during operation and even in standby. I have not measured it yet, but I suspect a similar power consumption.
The Stupid thing is: if the WD aussteckt TV for a while, the settings are lost. For example, I have always put the manual output signal at 50 Hz; out of everything he wants to play in 60 Hz, and the jerky then.



Antwort von Rolf Hankel:

"beiti" wrote:
The quality and functional point of view, I can recommend the WD-TV synonymous much. I play with homemade video in 1080/50i (; MPEG2) s.and had been no problem. As a storage media, I'll just relatively cheap USB flash drives, because they are silent.

What bothers me somewhat, is the strong warming during operation and even in standby. I have not measured it yet, but I suspect a similar power consumption.
The Stupid thing is: if the WD aussteckt TV for a while, the settings are lost. For example, I have always put the manual output signal at 50 Hz; out of everything he wants to play in 60 Hz, and the jerky then.


Hello
Again, demand: I film with HV 30 and HF 100, working with EDIUS 5.1,
In what format should be saved on the hard drive in order to obtain optimum quality?
Gruss Rolf ...



Antwort von beiti:

"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
I film with HV 30 and HF 100, working with EDIUS 5.1,
In what format should be saved on the hard drive
I film with the HF100, and cut with Edius Neo 1 in the intermediate codec. I have the finished films has always played out in MPEG2 format, and this shows the WD-TV easily.
Edius 5.1 with my knowledge there are synonymous, the possibility (in H.264, MPEG4 AVC) to play off, what then should the same data rate or provide slightly better quality - if the encoder what is good that came with Edius. Would have to try out.



Antwort von Rolf Hankel:

[quote = "beiti"]
"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
I film with HV 30 and HF 100, working with EDIUS 5.1,
In what format should be saved on the hard drive
I film with the HF100, and cut with Edius Neo 1 in the intermediate codec. I have the finished films has always played out in MPEG2 format, and this shows the WD-TV easily.

And the Qalität is good? Comparable with Blu-Ray?

Gruss Rolf ...



Antwort von beiti:

"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
And the Qalität is good? Comparable with Blu-Ray?
Blu-ra-player and WD-TV deal with their images both through to the fully digital HDMI output, so that is expected to be due to the different storage medium is no quality difference.

In both cases, stands and falls with the final quality of typifies quality of raw material and encoder. In both cases, either MPEG2 or H.264 are used (; of WD-TV knows), however, further format, if the encoder should be good for something, man with H.264 at the same data rate still get slightly better quality than with MPEG2. How well the H.264 encoder of Edius is, I do not know.

I notice in MPEG2, when I very stern look, in the blue sky or other smooth color transitions, a tendency to slight banding. With H.264, I would expect me to do this (not to be had at the same data rate, after all, it's the original unedited AVCHD not synonymous to see). But this is really about nuances, which a normal Btrachter ignored. So therefore I will not immediately upgrade my editing software. In addition, MPEG2 has the advantage that the encoding is faster.



Antwort von Rolf Hankel:

"beiti" wrote:
"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
And the Qalität is good? Comparable with Blu-Ray?
Blu-ra-player and WD-TV deal with their images both through to the fully digital HDMI output, so that is expected to be due to the different storage medium is no quality difference.

In both cases, stands and falls with the final quality of typifies quality of raw material and encoder. In both cases, either MPEG2 or H.264 are used (; of WD-TV knows), however, further format, if the encoder should be good for something, man with H.264 at the same data rate still get slightly better quality than with MPEG2. How well the H.264 encoder of Edius is, I do not know.

I notice in MPEG2, when I very stern look, in the blue sky or other smooth color transitions, a tendency to slight banding. With H.264, I would expect me to do this (not to be had at the same data rate, after all, it's the original unedited AVCHD not synonymous to see). But this is really about nuances, which a normal Btrachter ignored. So therefore I will not immediately upgrade my editing software. In addition, MPEG2 has the advantage that the encoding is faster.


Hello

I've made time nen test: Clips of approximately 25min. Length in MPEG2 change would take about 45min. Seems to me to be a little long, maybe synonymous is because my project setting is 1920x1080.
I'm traveling with the same theme synonymous in the Canopus forum.
Gruss Rolf ...



Antwort von Rolf Hankel:

"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
"beiti" wrote:
"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
And the Qalität is good? Comparable with Blu-Ray?
Blu-ra-player and WD-TV deal with their images both through to the fully digital HDMI output, so that is expected to be due to the different storage medium is no quality difference.

In both cases, stands and falls with the final quality of typifies quality of raw material and encoder. In both cases, either MPEG2 or H.264 are used (; of WD-TV knows), however, further format, if the encoder should be good for something, man with H.264 at the same data rate still get slightly better quality than with MPEG2. How well the H.264 encoder of Edius is, I do not know.

I notice in MPEG2, when I very stern look, in the blue sky or other smooth color transitions, a tendency to slight banding. With H.264, I would expect me to do this (not to be had at the same data rate, after all, it's the original unedited AVCHD not synonymous to see). But this is really about nuances, which a normal Btrachter ignored. So therefore I will not immediately upgrade my editing software. In addition, MPEG2 has the advantage that the encoding is faster.


Hello

I've made time nen test: Clips of approximately 25min. Length in MPEG2 change would take about 45min. Seems to me to be a little long, maybe synonymous is because my project setting is 1920x1080.
I'm traveling with the same theme synonymous in the Canopus forum.
Gruss Rolf ...

Oh, my calculator. Intel Quad Q9550



Antwort von beiti:

"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
Clips of approximately 25min. Length in MPEG2 change would take about 45min. Seems to me to be somewhat long,
Depending on the quality setting and speed of your computer that sounds okay to me. If you use 2-pass and variable data rate, the time displayed is estimated only way for the first round, and after that it's once again of going forward.
Encoding in H.264, in any case will take even longer than that to MPEG2, which is the price for more effective compression.



Antwort von beiti:

"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
Oh, my calculator. Intel Quad Q9550
That should be a bit brisk. For encoding one 6minütigen movie in MPEG2 (; feedstock 1920x1080, Canopus HQ codec) format as a cut me to display for the first pass 12 minutes - and I have an older Athlon 3500 system.



Antwort von Rolf Hankel:

"beiti" wrote:
"Rolf Hankel" wrote:
Oh, my calculator. Intel Quad Q9550
That should be a bit brisk. For encoding one 6minütigen movie in MPEG2 (; feedstock 1920x1080, Canopus HQ codec) format as a cut me to display for the first pass 12 minutes - and I have an older Athlon 3500 system.


Hello

After I read in two forums actually only positive about the WD-player, I will order him to me soon at Amazon, then the HD chain is completely
Gruss Rolf ...




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