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Old 08-18-2003, 08:41 PM
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Old 08-19-2003, 12:41 AM
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Scott off the car subject. Are you familiar or wokring with HI8 mm. I have this awesome deck called the Sony EVS 900. Hi 8mm editing deck vcr. Its has auto dubbing built in and PCM recroding and playback capabilities. Do you know about this PCM type of recording laying over tracks and so forth. any experince with it.



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Old 08-19-2003, 03:15 AM
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Hi8mm, etc.

Guido,

Yes; in fact, I have broadcast video editing and single-frame animation experience (especially Betacam SP. Digital Betacam, and DVCAM), in both 4:3 and 16:9 apsect(-ratio)s.

PCM is *NOT* professional-grade (i.e. - it is only an ENG format, at best); for "the real McCoy," you will require drop-frame (DF) or non-drop-frame (NDF) SMPTE time-code, in the HH:MM:SS:FF format, depending upon the country-of-origin for which you are shooting (NTSC/PAL/SECAM).

Please e-mail me any/all additional questions/your video goals at: release@500ecstasy.com

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Old 08-19-2003, 09:40 AM
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Guido,

Yes; in fact, I have broadcast video editing and single-frame animation experience (especially Betacam SP. Digital Betacam, and DVCAM), in both 4:3 and 16:9 apsect(-ratio)s.

PCM is *NOT* professional-grade (i.e. - it is only an ENG format, at best); for "the real McCoy," you will require drop-frame (DF) or non-drop-frame (NDF) SMPTE time-code, in the HH:MM:SS;FF format, depending upon the country-of-origin for which you are shooting (NTSC/PAL/SECAM).

Please e-mail me any/all additional questions/your video goals at: release@500ecstasy.com

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Old 08-20-2003, 11:47 PM
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Hi 8mm stuff

Scott. I only want to do it on a amature level. you just blew my mind with all those word. Is it a decent kinda of editing for home use. Can you maybe direct me to some books aobut it. Or how to guide. I looked on the net,cant find anything on PCM


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Old 08-21-2003, 01:40 AM
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My friends,

All configuration kinks have been ironed out, as of this writing, on my new 500E/E500 forum (until proven otherwise).

(PHP) e-mail, image posting, and all other issues have been resolved. I have a *RIDICULOUSLY HUGE* amount of disk space available, so don't be afraid to post as MANY images as you desire (no size/resolution limits - yet - until/unless members abuse the limits of human reason)

It remains my hope that each and every member of the Mercedesshop "Hot Rods" forum will consider joining, free of charge/free of obligation (my site features zero advertisments and i am not selling any products or services of ANY kind, whatsoever... although I do have an "E-Classifieds section").



Thank you for your time / I hope to chat with you soon!

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Old 08-21-2003, 01:54 AM
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Guido:

Do you plan/want to use your computer as an edit-station?

In other words, do you plan to DIGITIZE (with a frame-buffer) all your Hi8 stock footage onto your hard disk, manipulate it in Adobe Premiere (or comparable software editing product), then output back to tape?

Again, though, what about *audio* ?

To clarify, the workhorse of multimedia audio is PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) digital audio - the format used for editing all Audio CDs, DAT tapes, and most CD-ROMs. I am no audio expert; however, there are two variables for PCM - sample rate and bit rate.

"Sample rate" describes the number of samples per second in a recording (there exists a directly proportional relationship between the number of samples per second to higher fidelity frequencies: the upper frequency limit = [.5 * the sample rate].

"Bit rate" describes the size of the digital "word" which records the audio sample (i.e. - more bits yield a more dynamic range, in conjunction with a lower signal-to-noise ratio).

In most cases, both bit and sample rates represent multiples/divisors of the "CD Audio" format, which equals 44,100 samples per second of 16-bit samples; therefore, a file which is described as "11K, 8-bit" has a sample rate of 11,025 8-bit samples per second - and is 0.125 times the size of the same file at "CD Audio" rates.

For beginners/amateurs/industrial audio types, I recommend this audio solution:

"Digi 002 Rack 2U Rackmountable FireWire Pro Tools LE Studio-in-a-Box"

...visible at Digidesign's website:

http://www.digidesign.com/

For (cuts-only and/or DVE) video editing, I recommend using your PC; this is the 21st Century, after all... hop on board!



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Old 08-21-2003, 02:12 AM
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(PHP) e-mail, image posting, and all other issues have been resolved. I have a *RIDICULOUSLY HUGE* amount of disk space available, so don't be afraid to post as MANY images as you desire (no size/resolution limits - yet - until/unless members abuse the limits of human reason)

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Kudos to you Scott! Many thanks to you for putting this Forum together for us folks with the great affection for the W124.036.

I look forward to becoming a valuable contributor to this Forum ... very soon!

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Old 08-22-2003, 02:22 PM
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thanks, Norman!

You are most welcome - my pleasure.

Everything has been up and running for 3 days, as of this writing.

I look forward to our next get-together!
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Old 08-28-2003, 08:34 PM
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As indicated in our e-mail correspondence, this afternoon, I will work on your logo for the remainder of this week.

Rest assured that I will finish it, ASAP!

Thanks for your time,

Kind regards,
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