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  • Saving a project for the future

    I’m a new user of Edius 5 and StormHD. Now I have a problem ??

    I have finished a long (2 ½ hrs) HDV-project with Avid-Liquid, output in on HDV-tape and saved it additionally as M2V-file on a hard disk. The project is still ready to use on my Liquid-timeline
    As I’m not ready for Bluray jet, I think I will wait for the next generation, what would be the best way, to save this project for the future, without loss?
    If I import the HDV-M2V-File in to Edius and change it to HQ and save it again, would that be a good way? Or would you recommend something else?
    volki (Sony HVR-V1E + DR-60)
    System-1: Cooler Master Midi Tower Centurion 590/ Silent Pro 700W/ Asus Sabertooth X58/ 3xCorsair CMX12GVM-Kit =12GB/ Intel Core i7 960, 3.20 GHz/ Noctua CPU-Kühler NH-D14/ Disks: Boot: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB / 6 x WD Caviar Black, 7200rpm, 64MB, 1TB/, NVIDIA GTX960/ Win-10-64bit-Pro (1709), Edius-8.53-WG + HDStorm

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    Just keep that finhish HDV tape, when you ready to do Blu-ray, import that into your computer via Edius or others then feed your encoder and encode to Blu-ray.
    I7-6900K, X99 Taichi, Geforce GTX 1070, Corsair RM850X, Corsair H100 IV2, Windows 10, Edius WG 9.30