[Tig] Premature Death of SR
acarrasco at e-mutation.com
Mon Mar 21 20:31:02 GMT 2011
You don't need whole night to handle with solid state, you can do it real
time, and get your dailies at the tome, MXF, MOV or whatever, no
compression, no VTR, no cables, just a Macbook now....
On 21/3/11 18:16, "Ken Robinson" <ken at flight4.org> wrote:
> Sohonet http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
Digital Vision is patron of
> the TIG.
Marquise Technologies supports the TIG.
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Come on Rob... This looks
> like fun.
We havent seen a good argument in ages...
Even I have moved over
> from film to HDcamSR and Pro Res... And cant find a
good way to store
Case in point:
5 week Cineflex helicopter shoot in the southern most
> tip (or nearly) of
Argentina. Plenty of time to argue about whether the system
> should be
changed to solid state storage, buy a second HDCamSR as a back up or
stick to the single deck that we had.
Solid state storage meant a huge
> investment and staying up all
night transferring the days work, while a single
> tape deck could go wrong at
any minute... But the media is relatively
BTW we shot 54 tapes in the end.... And came to no conclusion!
(now wants to drive a AS350 B3 or Bell 407 full time)
On 21 March
> 2011 12:58, Rob Lingelbach <rob at colorist.org> wrote:
> http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
> Digital Vision is patron of the
> Marquise Technologies supports the TIG.
> Colorist Directory at
> It's a good idea to
> remember that there are between 1500 and 2000 TIG
> subscribers (and wider
> distribution via the web) and that all posts are
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> You can think of the TIG like an assembly hall of your peers, in
> front of
> whom you're speaking. Let's maintain decorum,
> TIG admin/founder
> Rob Lingelbach
> Colorist, Dolby Laboratories
> rob at colorist.org http://rob.colorist.org
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