Yes, it does!
I'm not sure.
No, it doesn't.
This is the situation:
My wife got a contract (Directing) shooting movie in India. She would take RED/SONY cameras with her from here. On other hand, I will take HV40/with Handy35 V5+Plus with us for some external, internal, time-laps, everyday shots for inserts/masters added to the RED/SONY master Sc. shots. The question is: Do I need to have the "NanoFlash" with me and record to it via HDMI or I could record/transfer the material to "NanoFlash" after I am done shooting. I do prefer after I am done shooting and I have many reasons for that, but, not sure if possible. I don't see a reason why not, but, I don't know... I probably would have to ask the "Nano" people that question
2) You get zero benefit recording the HV40 footage to tape or whatever it uses and then copying out to the Nanoflash. The Nanoflash allows for a higher quality recording directly out of the HDMI so you MUST use it when shooting.
I suggest you inform yourself by reading this thread all the way through and talking to the 'Nano' people.
First, the good: at long last, somebody's decided to build a solid state HDMI/HD-SDI recorder/7-inch monitor combo using the CineForm codec.
Now the not-so-good: it writes to still-exotic SSDs, not commodity CF/SD cards and costs $5K-$6K depending on configuration. If this thing had made it to market two years ago, or at least still came in at the "around $2K" price point proposed way back then, it would be exciting. With KiPro and nanoFlash already shipping for a lot less dough, however, I find it pretty under-whelming.
IMHO, the Cine Deck is still a pretty big break through. We are talking about HDCAM "HQ" quality at a fraction of the cost in a WAY more convenient form factor. I mean, it's also a field monitor with a histogram, a playback station and a tablet computer. More flexible than any of the others you mentioned. That's the kind of Information Age thinking I expect, but so few manufacturers seem to "get". I hope this company does really well. They deserve to.
HV40 HDMI will only transmit at 29.97 frames so if you go with 24P then you have to go firewire to avoid pulldown.
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Mac users are screwed then as far as live capturing without the nano right? I mean with PC you could get short tower and get a intensity card. but the only mac that will support such a card is the Macpro,Which is certainly not portable. Are there any real solutions that are under three grand?
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Has no one run HV30 HDMI>AJA>DVCPRO and looked at it yet?
HV30 (x3) - Raynox 6600 - Bogen 501 - Presonus Firepod - Audio Technica Pro 44 (x2)
I have a brand new acer 1410 netbook with windows 7. It is sealed in it's box yet, but before opening it I would like to ask: can I use an hdmi capture card (and how would this be connected to the netbook) to capture through hdmi?
Unfortunately, this is the reply I got from the Blackmagic support:
"I’m afraid that it is not possible to use any of our capture products with a laptop computer. The Intensity Pro, as well as all of our capture cards use PCIe to interface with their host computer. There is no reliable way to connect this to a laptop computer. USB for example just doesn’t have the bandwidth to carry the uncompressed video data required."
Kostas, when did you get this reply? Apparently BlackMagic now has an adapter that works on USB 3.0 and there are express cards for notebooks (not netbooks) that have a USB 3.0 port. I believe the adapter is called Intensity Shuttle. Wondering if anyone has any experience with it to capture from the HDMI port. Oops, available in May!
Why is no one talking about this?:
Seems like this would work perfect for HDMI capture. The issue on a laptop would be hard disk i/o but you could capture HDMI direct as Prores or another intermediate codec.
Interesting read here ....
Reviving an old thread I know. If this is being discussed elsewhere, MOD please redirect.
Is this the kind of external capture device we were praying for back in '09 and does the HV20 ( I can't remember) output uncompressed 8bit or 10bit HD?