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  • Broadcast downloads?

    Hope this isn't off topic.

    Does anyone know where (if anywhere) to download sample broadcast footage, eg. XDCAM HD, DVC PRO HD stuff?
    VIDEODESK AUSTRALIA http://videodesk.com.au

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    I just know that you can find some p2 and HDV footage in the downloads section of the canopus website...
    Aristotelis Bafaloukos
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    • #3
      In addition, Panasonic has a two-disk DVD set about the HVX200. One disk contains sample video (in standard-definition DVD video format) and background information about the development of the camera, and the other disk contains raw video that you can play with in your NLE (provided it supports P2/MXF).

      You can get the DVD set from Panasonic broadcast dealers, or request it online on the Panasonic website.

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      • #4
        I'm quite sure that the companies all have sample footage dvds. Just ask.

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        • #5
          SONY have a XDCAm HD disc but it's only available ot the US.
          I'll look into Panasonic.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Aristotelis View Post
            I just know that you can find some p2 and HDV footage in the downloads section of the canopus website...
            I couldn't find these, are you sure?
            VIDEODESK AUSTRALIA http://videodesk.com.au

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            • #7
              I checked, he is right, the "Sample Footage - NTSC" and "Sample Footage - PAL" downloads in the "Product Related Downloads / General Utilities" section contain P2 footage, at least according to the description.
              Last edited by THoff; 05-20-2007, 12:40 AM.

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              • #8
                ah, there it is. :)
                VIDEODESK AUSTRALIA http://videodesk.com.au

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                • #9
                  I downloaded the footage and I am amazed how bad 25p looks during the camera movement compared to 50i

                  so, the question, why are people wanting 25p? am I missing something?
                  Anton Strauss
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                  • #10
                    Welll, if you have a camera that gives you a choice, you get the best of both worlds -- you can shoot interlaced for fast action like sports, and you can shoot progressive for story telling.

                    Hollywood has somehow made do with the progressive images of film for almost one hundred years, and audiences haven't complained either.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
                      I downloaded the footage and I am amazed how bad 25p looks during the camera movement compared to 50i

                      so, the question, why are people wanting 25p? am I missing something?
                      If you are referring to the footage fron the canopus.com web site, all footage originated from the one camera and hence the one source - it was transcoded from 1080/60i.

                      The purpose of these clips is to demonstrate the format compatibility and workflow (in EDIUS), not the quality of the cameras themselves. Your best bet is to contact the manufacturers themselves and see if they have sample DVDs of content. I am sure they will jump at the chance to show you how good their footage is.

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