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  • Zorro
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    Originally posted by Ludde View Post
    Hi
    I am trying to capture HDV at 1920 x 1080i, but all i get in the timeline is 1440 x 1080i, what am i doing wrong, I have project settings at Canopus HQ Full HD, and Generic HDV input at capture,
    Here's the link to the official HDV spec sheet:

    http://www.hdv-info.org/HDVSpecifications.pdf

    1440 x 1080 is correct.

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  • Bluetongue
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    Originally posted by Angelo View Post
    Lying?? Quote me some. This cam is quite amazing for it's price.

    It's has a 1920x1080 Imager and it records HDV or DV. It does have an HDMI port for 1920x1080 output from the CMOS Imager or HDV converted to 1920x1080.

    ...Angelo
    You are not wrong I bought the HV20 as a knockabout for when I get on tour buses and small planes as I found the FX1 was too bulky for confined spaces.
    The increase in the capture pixels makes the HV20 amazing, I have to apply the sharpen filter with a setting of 30 to bring the FX1 video up to the same standard of the HV20, I have a feeling the FX1 will be replaced with an XH1 soon. All my editing is in HDV 1440x1080 PAL and then upconvert to 1920x1080 for showing through a DVICO TViX Hard disk player, people are amazed at the quality
    Regards Barry

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  • GrassValley_MD
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    Anton is right on the money! :)



    Mike

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  • antonsvideo
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    be sure to set project to HDCAM/HDV for best real time performance

    setting to Full HD will give you poorer real time

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  • Ludde
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    Ok, so it is only 1920 x 1080i from the HDMI port, thanks for setting me straight,

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  • pehrbau
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    Is not the reason that the camera records 1440 rectangualar pixels but the TV is using 1920 square pixels?

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  • Angelo
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    Originally posted by Ludde View Post
    Not an GV issue, or is it ?, but then canon is flat out lying in their adds
    Lying?? Quote me some. This cam is quite amazing for it's price.

    It's has a 1920x1080 Imager and it records HDV or DV. It does have an HDMI port for 1920x1080 output from the CMOS Imager or HDV converted to 1920x1080.

    ...Angelo
    Last edited by Angelo; 07-29-2007, 12:14 AM.

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  • Ludde
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    Not an GV issue, or is it ?, but then canon is flat out lying in their adds
    Last edited by Ludde; 07-28-2007, 07:38 PM.

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  • Angelo
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    What cams do you guys have?

    I bought a small NTSC Canon HV20 camcorder the CMOS Imager is 1920x1080 the recording formats are:
    - DV ([email protected])
    - HDV ([email protected])
    - HDV24P ([email protected] in 60i pull-down)

    For correct editing format, it doesn't matter what your imager's resolution is, BUT the recorded format. So if your recording is HDV then your project is HDV which is 1440x1080.

    ...Angelo

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  • skier-hughes
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    I stand corrected, your cam does produce 1920, so if you are setting all the project settings to 1920 I don't know why it's happening, sorry!!

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  • Ludde
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    It is ?, my camera HV20, i said to be able to record HDV at 1920 x 1080i, then I have to projects att 1440 x 1080i ?

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  • skier-hughes
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    Isn't 1920 full hd, whereas hdv is only 1440, so you'd have to capture as 1440 and then upscale it?

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  • Ludde
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    Capture Hdv

    Hi
    I am trying to capture HDV at 1920 x 1080i, but all i get in the timeline is 1440 x 1080i, what am i doing wrong, I have project settings at Canopus HQ Full HD, and Generic HDV input at capture,
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