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    Hi all,

    I would like to buy the monitor Panasonic LH1700W and use HD-SDI input from this monitor. My NLE is NX card & Edius 4.52. Can I using that or I need to buy option like AJA, Multibridge Eclipse and they working out with Edius?

    Thank you very much for your advice.
    Landon.
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  • #2
    The NX has component out and the monitor has component in, so this will be the way to go. Unfortunately, the only HD-SDI Out in the TGV world would be the EdiusHD:

    http://www.canopus.com/products/EDIUSHD_DES.php

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Landon View Post
      Can I using that or I need to buy option like AJA, Multibridge Eclipse and they working out with Edius?
      No, they will not work with Edius...but some people are using files from BM cards within Edius without any problems.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Zorro View Post
        The NX has component out and the monitor has component in, so this will be the way to go. Unfortunately, the only HD-SDI Out in the TGV world would be the EdiusHD:

        http://www.canopus.com/products/EDIUSHD_DES.php

        remember that in order for a TV/LCD or Plasma to display SDI signal, it needs to convert it into component RGB, so a monitor with HDI input has the advantage of single cable use versus 3 cables :)
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Zorro View Post
          The NX has component out and the monitor has component in, so this will be the way to go. Unfortunately, the only HD-SDI Out in the TGV world would be the EdiusHD:

          http://www.canopus.com/products/EDIUSHD_DES.php
          and that is like $ 30.000, isn´t it?

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          • #6
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            • #7
              Single cable is nice but component works great.


              The full editing system with HD SDI and every other input you can think of is 16.999.00... about half what was said here. :)


              Mike

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              • #8
                Originally posted by GrassValley_MD View Post
                Single cable is nice but component works great.


                Mike
                what I meant to say is that there is no advantage of HD SDI to a monitor versus component. other than the fact that you need less cables

                picture quality is the same
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                • #9
                  Picture quality is somewhat similar. SDI is digital (1's and 0's), component is analog.

                  But if your monitor has SDI why not use it? But as mentioned, you need the EDIUS HD turnkey for that.

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                  • #10
                    If you want HDSDI output from an NX or SP you could always use a Component HD to HDSDI converter like this:-

                    http://www.holdan.co.uk/focus/mcsdi-1.htm

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                    • #11
                      But for monitoring that makes no sense.

                      You are going digital analog digital.
                      I that case it would be better to go component.

                      Well if you monitor only has HD sdi that converter would make sense. :)
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                      • #12
                        I think the question at the end of the day is... Do you need HD-SDI to drive your monitor?

                        The answer is yes if your monitor only has HD-SDI input and not analog component.
                        The answer is also yes if you need to see timecode on your monitor, for whatever reason you can't use the EDIUS-generated overlay, and your monitor can't accept it via RS-422 or burn-in.

                        Otherwise, you don't need HD-SDI to drive your monitor. If you want it, then there are multiple ways but they're all expensive.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Edipus Rex View Post
                          If you want HDSDI output from an NX or SP you could always use a Component HD to HDSDI converter like this:-

                          http://www.holdan.co.uk/focus/mcsdi-1.htm
                          That looks great. While people talk about monitoring (where component is easily sufficient) I need SDI to output to tape. This Box in the link above seems to do the trick. I don´t need it often enough to buy the full Edius box (even for the bargain of 16999). But such a box to output every now and then would do it for me. Did anyone ever try this?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by GrassValley_MD View Post
                            Single cable is nice but component works great.


                            The full editing system with HD SDI and every other input you can think of is 16.999.00... about half what was said here. :)


                            Mike
                            So the turnkey has dropped from $40,000 of 2 years ago to 17,000. I have to assume that the BOB is included in that price as well.
                            I feel for the guys who shelled out the full price.

                            Are you selling the card seperately? If so, what is that price?
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Landon View Post
                              Hi all,

                              I would like to buy the monitor Panasonic LH1700W and use HD-SDI input from this monitor. My NLE is NX card & Edius 4.52.

                              Landon.
                              I have the LH1700W right here. And I have the Canopus NX with component out as well. Can you tell me why you would want the SDI input for? The LH1700W can accept multiple inputs - you just tell the monitor which input you are interested in via the online menu. Basically, Canopus NX component out when displayed on the LH1700W looks really GOOD. The timecode overlay + audio level is also shown on the LH1700W upon playback. I can't see any justification why anyone will want to get the SDI option - unless you have some other purpose for it - such as to connect to a broadcast camera using SDI. Even then, you can leave the component input from Canopus NX connected - no problems at all. You can just switch the input sources via the menu.
                              Last edited by tingsern; 01-05-2008, 03:10 PM.
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