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  • Rusty
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    Back to this now nagging problem

    In the past the occurrence of these anomalies have been sporadic at best and never in rendered video. But with 4.51 they occur frequently and they must be weeded from rendered sections. Re-rendering tiny sections has no problems.

    I'll test with 4.51c if I can download an uncorrupted copy!
    Rusty

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Originally posted by Rusty View Post
    Do others get anomalies similar to these in their NX external monitor?
    For me, these appear randomly and scrubbing back shows there is no (serious) problem. My NX monitor blips are much finer and appear in a diagonal pattern.
    This really sounds like either a board problem (video buffer corruption or bad RAM on board), though it's possible that it's some kind of bus bandwidth or overlay problem as well.

    Has this always been the case, or is it a new occurrence?

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  • SRsupport
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    Sometimes. Some people choose to capture it to HQ for compositing.
    Beta is also captured to Hq often. Even if I have dv footage my project render setting are HQ when the project is graphic intensive.
    HQ is not for HDV only if that is what you wanted to know.
    Renders out of AE or done HQ sd and HD.

    Steve

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  • Rusty
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    Consider yourself told.

    Now, educate me on this one...

    People do DV projects in HQ???

    Rusty

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  • SRsupport
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    hdv now you tell us :)

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  • Rusty
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    All valid points guys, but...

    This was shot with a Sony FX1 and Z1u with new Panasonic tapes. (Easy fellas)
    The dropouts do not appear on the timeline.
    The first time through, the dropouts appeared in another scene.
    Although I havn't rendered it yet, my guess is they will not appear in my final .m2t file.
    Because it is a rendered DV file (from HDV), perhaps that has somthing to do with it.
    Yes, the music has (unrelated) problems, but we're on that.
    Keeping on topic, the edit was 100% native Edius.

    Do others get anomalies similar to these in their NX external monitor?
    For me, these appear randomly and scrubbing back shows there is no (serious) problem. My NX monitor blips are much finer and appear in a diagonal pattern.
    Anton may be on to something, but my experience with HDV dropouts are more like a gap than pixel blips. That long GOP thingie.

    Rusty
    Last edited by Rusty; 08-04-2007, 05:07 AM. Reason: !

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  • SRsupport
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    They look like drop outs.

    If they appear around the area of start stop of the camcorder might be a problem with the camcorder. Needs to go to service.

    If it happens randomly clean the heads of the deck and capture again. look if the are there.

    It could also be that your deck needs servicing.

    Rollers and stuff.

    Last thing CHEAP TAPE is a known for dropouts. We always use sony dvcam tape mini and regular.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Hmmm when you scrub over that exact time is this still visible? How did you go out to the final? Straight from Edius into ProCoder or to a DV file first?

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  • antonsvideo
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    these look like DV or DVCAM tape dropouts

    sometimes they not always visible but changing project setting may reveal them

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  • Rusty
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    NX Output from Edius

    Twice I've I've done this and twice the same problem! (in different locations)

    From a 16:9 HQ timeline I change the project settings to 4:3 DV to output to YouTube.

    I see lines like this regularly with NX external monitor, but I've never seen them on rendered files!



    Here's the output with the problem at 1:20. (this time) Who knows where it will be next time!

    Rusty
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