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  • What do you use to view HDV from NXe

    The NXe output board has YUV output and I am wondering what panel would do the job for viewing an output from the card.

    Now I know there are high end panels out their But thats notwhere I am!!

    I am thinking 200 - 350 uk pounds for a good output monitor! or a tv maybe

    I am using 1440 1080i and I would like to view in full resolution! so do I assume I need a 1080 monitor?

    Any ideas or remarks on what NOT or TO go for

    Thanks
    Asus P5K64WS, Intel Core 2 Quad QX6850 Extreme CPU, Saphire HD 3850 512mb graphics, WDraptor160 OS, Highpoint Rocket raid 2310 4 x 500gig Seagate sata 2 se drives in raid 0, NXe and Edius 5.51 Imaginate 2.
    Procoder 3.06 and various Prodad add-ons

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    I'm using the Dell 2405 and it looks very good, but you have to calibrated it and turn off the video mode or it will looks very bad, it also have a very poor upscaler so don't use it to view SD footage unless you are using 1:1 pixel mapping.
    I7-6900K, X99 Taichi, Geforce GTX 1070, Corsair RM850X, Corsair H100 IV2, Windows 10, Edius WG 9.30

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    • #3
      What connectors does that panel have? do you connect via the RGB RCA type conectors?

      RED
      GREEN
      BLUE

      Also what is the reolution of the monitor?

      Thanks
      Asus P5K64WS, Intel Core 2 Quad QX6850 Extreme CPU, Saphire HD 3850 512mb graphics, WDraptor160 OS, Highpoint Rocket raid 2310 4 x 500gig Seagate sata 2 se drives in raid 0, NXe and Edius 5.51 Imaginate 2.
      Procoder 3.06 and various Prodad add-ons

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      • #4
        Could someone give an opinion on this monitor for reviewing output from NXe the tech spec shows a componant input but I am not 100% sure if thats on RCA or a dsub type plug

        The reolution is 1920 x 1200 so I assume it will be fine for all current resolutions for video hdv++

        Thanks

        http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=677404
        Asus P5K64WS, Intel Core 2 Quad QX6850 Extreme CPU, Saphire HD 3850 512mb graphics, WDraptor160 OS, Highpoint Rocket raid 2310 4 x 500gig Seagate sata 2 se drives in raid 0, NXe and Edius 5.51 Imaginate 2.
        Procoder 3.06 and various Prodad add-ons

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        • #5
          It has component rca jack.
          I7-6900K, X99 Taichi, Geforce GTX 1070, Corsair RM850X, Corsair H100 IV2, Windows 10, Edius WG 9.30

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          • #6
            The NX component video outputs are BNC jacks. Most monitors (unless they're broadcast monitors) have RCA jacks, so you'll either need to get converters or a 3xBNC to 3xRCA cable.

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            • #7
              Cathryn,

              Funny to see you here :)

              I have tested over a half dozen 1920 x 1080 LCD computer monitors that have component inputs and all I can say is save your money, cause you will be disapointed. I know it sounds like a great solution being a true 1920 horiz. res and all, but they look like ____ in comparison to a good 32" HD-TV. I know offer the Panasonic TC-32LX700 for under $1,000.USD. It looks awesome and can support 1080p as well. I have tried a lot of ways to do it cheaper and well, if you go with a smaller less expensive HD-TV a lot will depend on it's scaler quality. All of these lower cost HD-TV's have a native pixel res of usually 1366 x 768. There is a 26" model TC-26LX70 for around $600.USD. Panasonics scaler is really good and these HD-TV's compliment an NX edit suite very nicely.
              George Dame
              Grass Valley / Canopus System Integrator - Nearly 13 Years
              Providing Systems, Onsite Delivery, Support & Training Services Nationwide
              Get Your Copy of The Edius 6 Comprehensive Tutorial by contacting me via PM, email or phone
              Invite us to your local video association for a full demonstration!
              www.editHD.com - 1-877-ieditDV

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              • #8
                I'm waiting for the Sony Bravia XBR4's (or 5's) to come down in price so I can grab a 46" one. The quality on these TV's are amazing. The scalers are very good too.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by STORMDAVE View Post
                  I'm waiting for the Sony Bravia XBR4's (or 5's) to come down in price so I can grab a 46" one. The quality on these TV's are amazing. The scalers are very good too.
                  Oh yeah, dave these are in a class all by themselves.

                  The local best buy has the $399. Sony Blu-Ray player feeding one of these and it is just mindblowing to see. I think there is some of my drool on it ;)
                  George Dame
                  Grass Valley / Canopus System Integrator - Nearly 13 Years
                  Providing Systems, Onsite Delivery, Support & Training Services Nationwide
                  Get Your Copy of The Edius 6 Comprehensive Tutorial by contacting me via PM, email or phone
                  Invite us to your local video association for a full demonstration!
                  www.editHD.com - 1-877-ieditDV

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gdame View Post
                    Cathryn,

                    Funny to see you here :)

                    I have tested over a half dozen 1920 x 1080 LCD computer monitors that have component inputs and all I can say is save your money, cause you will be disapointed. I know it sounds like a great solution being a true 1920 horiz. res and all, but they look like ____ in comparison to a good 32" HD-TV. I know offer the Panasonic TC-32LX700 for under $1,000.USD. It looks awesome and can support 1080p as well. I have tried a lot of ways to do it cheaper and well, if you go with a smaller less expensive HD-TV a lot will depend on it's scaler quality. All of these lower cost HD-TV's have a native pixel res of usually 1366 x 768. There is a 26" model TC-26LX70 for around $600.USD. Panasonics scaler is really good and these HD-TV's compliment an NX edit suite very nicely.
                    You must have not check out the Dell, it blows away all other 24" I have seen and also my 32" Samsung 720P, the black are deep without crush and color are dead on, sharpest of all 24", the only bad thing is it black out when IRE goes above 100, kind of good in away since I know when I got illegal video, I was told the newer model don't do that anymore, if not for refresh rate I think it even look better than my 61" LCOS 1080P, out of the box it looks very bad, I almost sent it back but decided to calibrated it and turn off video enhancing mode and it is like a different set, also he will be using it to monitor HD so it doesn't matter if the upscaller is bad, atleast that is how I look at it, anyway I think he wanted a monitor to edit with Edius, how do you guys put a 32 and 42 inch on your edit desk unless you must have a very big room?
                    I7-6900K, X99 Taichi, Geforce GTX 1070, Corsair RM850X, Corsair H100 IV2, Windows 10, Edius WG 9.30

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
                      You must have not check out the Dell, it blows away all other 24" I have seen and also my 32" Samsung 720P, the black are deep without crush and color are dead on, sharpest of all 24", the only bad thing is it black out when IRE goes above 100, kind of good in away since I know when I got illegal video, I was told the newer model don't do that anymore, if not for refresh rate I think it even look better than my 61" LCOS 1080P, out of the box it looks very bad, I almost sent it back but decided to calibrated it and turn off video enhancing mode and it is like a different set, also he will be using it to monitor HD so it doesn't matter if the upscaller is bad, atleast that is how I look at it, anyway I think he wanted a monitor to edit with Edius, how do you guys put a 32 and 42 inch on your edit desk unless you must have a very big room?
                      Hi Khoi,

                      Your a blast from the past. That is DPS Edits past! One of my customers has the 24" Dell and hates it. But I have not been to his studio since he got it few months ago. I expect I will be there soon as he is getting ready for my to build him a new Edius system. I will take your tips with me and see if I can get it to look like you say.

                      As for 42" no way on an edit desk. Those are for the wall. But I have done many dual 22" and a single 26" or 32" on the desktop. Three monitors bezel to bezel with the reference monitor usually at an angle. with the new IT workflow and Blu-Ray burners built-into the system, there is a lot of room nowadays. No decks, no deep CRT's. I am even using the reference audio monitors that have a seperate volume knobs for spdif and analog. So no audio mixer at the edit desk either.

                      BTW, do you follow whats happening over in Velocity world?
                      George Dame
                      Grass Valley / Canopus System Integrator - Nearly 13 Years
                      Providing Systems, Onsite Delivery, Support & Training Services Nationwide
                      Get Your Copy of The Edius 6 Comprehensive Tutorial by contacting me via PM, email or phone
                      Invite us to your local video association for a full demonstration!
                      www.editHD.com - 1-877-ieditDV

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                      • #12
                        Using a computer monitor (CRT or LCD) - no matter how good it looks - won't be able to show the correct colours in a video world. They are using totally different colour space. If you want a component output from EDIUS NX to show correctly as a video - you gotta use a TV (HDTV, HD LCD TV, etc) - whether they are consumer or broadcast TV monitor does not matter (compared with computer monitors).
                        TingSern
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                        • #13
                          I agree with TingSern. An LCDTV is a must in this situation if you must go the "consumer" route. A good Sony (Like I mentioned), Samsung, even Sharp will do. And if you ever need to hook up a computer to that monitor, it will be easy since most of them already have DVI connections which run at full 1080.

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                          • #14
                            Well as usual a debate! Some of you guys have ideas like my husband !!

                            "NO dear I do not need a 50 inch sony tv to monitor on"

                            I will be getting a consumer TV............as you have confirmed a few things about using a monitor designed for pc.........

                            BUT at what resolution?? most of them seem to be 1366 x 768 and the like some a little higher

                            SO i am shooting in 1440 x 1080 should'nt I get something at least this resolution?

                            Plus I thought the 1080 would only be via the HDMI input or would it be the same through the COMPONANT RGB input?


                            Cath
                            Asus P5K64WS, Intel Core 2 Quad QX6850 Extreme CPU, Saphire HD 3850 512mb graphics, WDraptor160 OS, Highpoint Rocket raid 2310 4 x 500gig Seagate sata 2 se drives in raid 0, NXe and Edius 5.51 Imaginate 2.
                            Procoder 3.06 and various Prodad add-ons

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                            • #15
                              I think getting a 1920x1080 tv lcd would be a good choice.
                              If ever you decide to go 1920X1080 ( sony ex) your good.
                              Steve
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