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  • HDVideo Monitor for HDStorm/Spark/Thunder

    Now HDStorm/Spark/Thunder has an HDMI output we will be able to connect a whole range of cheaper HDMI monitors for HD monitoring off the timeline.

    Working close to my PC, a 17" unit would be OK but probably no bigger than 20". None of the units in this size have full 1080 x 1920 Res

    It is possible to use a PC monitor like a Dell 24" but I was figuring I would be better off with a flatpanel monitor tuned for video, with sound. Sony have the 20" LMD-2030W ( http://tinyurl.com/5wvy84 )which is about $1700 Aus. This is their lowest-end professional unit with basic features like underscan, aspect ratio selection and mono sound, but they have also just released a 20" consumer model ( http://tinyurl.com/5vgvs2 ) with stereo sound which is around $700 Aus. You have got to ask yourself whether you need to pay the extra money for the professional unit. (By the way Sony, JVC and Panasonic all have broadcast level units in the 3K to 5K range with more features in this size range).

    I am sorta leaning towards the Sony consumer monitor at the moment cause it is probably typical of what my clients will be using but does anyone have any more experience with these?

    Jim
    Last edited by Jim N; 09-17-2008, 07:53 AM.

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    Get yourself one of these or the 20" or 17" version, HDMI to DVI cable and you're away: all input types including HD SDI.

    http://www.jvcpro.co.uk/item/index_html?item=DT-V24L1D

    Paul
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    • #3
      The JVC DT-V24L1D is $5,150 on special!!!! in Aus. Great monitor but not achievable where I sit!

      Jim

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      • #4
        Where from Jim if i can ask.
        VIDEODESK AUSTRALIA http://videodesk.com.au

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        • #5
          Hi Mark, PM'd you re this.

          In the past these sort of expensive monitors were needed for their multi input and underscan and format conversion features. I am sort of hoping we can now use consumer models instead.

          Jim
          Last edited by Jim N; 09-18-2008, 12:02 AM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PaulTV View Post
            Get yourself one of these or the 20" or 17" version, HDMI to DVI cable and you're away: all input types including HD SDI.

            http://www.jvcpro.co.uk/item/index_html?item=DT-V24L1D

            Paul
            I wonder why they use a 16:10 aspect ratio, this seems wrong for video work, ok for PC use
            Anton Strauss
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            • #7
              Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
              I wonder why they use a 16:10 aspect ratio, this seems wrong for video work, ok for PC use
              PC LCD panes are 16:10 while LCDTV panels are 16:9

              JVC is using computer panels to achieve what they want.

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              • #8
                When fed video in 16:9 it is displyed pixel to pixel mapping, leaving room at the top and/or bottom for OSD timecodes or VU's from the NLE which can be fed using SDI connections. Check out the pdf http://www.jvcpro.co.uk/getResource2...al.pdf?id=6770
                VIDEODESK AUSTRALIA http://videodesk.com.au

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