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Topic: D5 HD


In the News (Tue 17 Oct 17)

  
 High definition video recording formats
The D9 HD compression scheme is DCT (Discrete Cosine Transform) and uses a mild 3.3:1 intraframe compression.
Panasonic's D5 HD machines, because they are based on the D5 format, work in the full bandwidth 10 bit domain (there's no prefiltering or postfiltering of the signal as is done with the Sony HDCAM.
According to the ATSC, HD is sampled at 74.25 MHz (true whether the format is 1080i, 1035i, or 720p) yielding 1920 pixels for luminance per line.
videoexpert.home.att.net /artic3/262hdvr.htm   (4433 words)

  
 Microsoft Windows Media - Understanding HD Formats
For HD terminology, we indicate progressive with the letter "p" and interlaced with the letter "i" by putting the letter between the frame size and the frame rate.
HD frame rates are 24, 25, 30, or 60 fps, with optional National Television Systems Committee (NTSC) variants that run at a 0.1 percent lower frame rate, to match the 30 fps versus 29.97 fps difference.
HD is typically mastered in multichannel, like 5.1 (five speakers plus a subwoofer) or 7.1 (seven speakers plus a subwoofer).
www.microsoft.com /windows/windowsmedia/howto/articles/UnderstandingHDFormats.aspx   (3106 words)

  
 HDTV Test Results
A prototype Panasonic 720p portable camera, equipped with a Canon 18 X 7.8 HD lens, was used with a 50m fiber optic cable to a CCU.
A SMPTE-292 HD SDI output from the CCU was fed to a Panasonic AJ-2700 D5-HD VTR.
In interlace CCD cameras, whether HD or SD, the image is obtained in a progressive manner with a synthesized interlace output on the readout of the CCD(1).
pages.prodigy.net /video/_wsn/page8.html   (1636 words)

  
 Read about D5 HD at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research D5 HD and learn about D5 HD here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Sony's D1, it is an uncompressed digital component system, but uses the same half-inch tapes as Panasonic's digital composite D3 format.
HD material also is often captured for post production of film projects, especially on lower budget films, from the
Super 16mm film format (15:9 aspect ratio crops well to 16:9 HDTV widescreen ratio) whereby the HD D5 scanning equipment is cheaper by the hour than a full resolution 2K film scan.
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/D5_HD   (225 words)

  
 TrendWatch Markets: TrendWatch Special Market Reports
This HD Use report details and reports on how many and which U.S. studios are using HD in their production work.
Understanding the rate of adoption, the preferred formats, and uses of HD is a crucial one for anyone seeking to market to this industry.
In addition, by knowing which studios/facilities are using HD, we can identify who has already invested in setting up an HD pipeline or editing suite and those who plan to make this change and investment later this year.
www.trendwatch.com /special_high_definition_rpt.html   (986 words)

  
 HD D5
We were the first to provide HD Ultimatte, the first Local 600 member Digital Imaging Technician in the region and now we are providing a crucial link for the emerging HD post facilities in the market.
Whether an HD original or a high quality transfer from 35mm film the added resolution of HD WILL give you cleaner mattes, less noise, greater control over color purity and a huge reduction or artifacts through out the post production process.
Panasonic D-5 HD recorders have been selected the HDTV delivery format of choice by the major television networks, the mastering standard for HDTV telecine transfers by the major movie studios, and adopted from coast to coast by the nation's most prestigious post-production facilities.
www.24frame.tv /hdd5.htm   (713 words)

  
 D5   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
HD D5: A compressed recording system developed by Panasonic which uses compression at about 4:1 to record HD material on standard D5 video tape cassettes.
HD material also is often captured for post production of film projects, especially on lower budget films, from the Super 16mm film format whereby the HD D5 scanning equipment is cheaper by the hour than a full resolution 2K film scan.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
www.yotor.org /wiki/en/d5/D5.htm   (162 words)

  
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High Definition D5 When we started our research into high definition about 3 years ago, the second goal after choosing the Cineglyph high definition telecine, was to identify the hi def tape format that would fit our clients' needs.
Over and over we heard the words, "if you're going to protect for the future on tape, opt for 1080/24p on the HD D5 tape." California producers were quickest to embrace the HD D5 for HD cinema.
The AJ HD 3700 series is capable of recording in multiple formats, although we urge 1080/23.98PsF for mastering.
www.bonolabs.com /HiDefD5.htm   (181 words)

  
 Learn about Panasonic's AJ-HD3700B - Multi-Format Multi-Standard D-5 HD/SD Studio Mastering System with Full Bandwidth ...
The AJ-HD3700B meets all high quality HD and SD production requirements in one VTR where quality is assured by full bandwidth (1920x1080) and 4:2:2 digital 10-bit component video in HD plus standard definition non-compressed 525i (NTSC) and 625i (PAL).
With its multiple HD format capability, the AJ-HD3700B is particularly suited for mastering in mobile trucks and OB vans.
Designed with HD Cinema in mind, the AJ-HD3700B with the format converter card built-in combines all the functionality of many VTRs into a single system.
catalog2.panasonic.com /webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ModelDetail?displayTab=O&storeId=11201&catalogId=13051&itemId=68620&catGroupId=14594&modelNo=AJ-HD3700B&surfModel=AJ-HD3700B   (658 words)

  
 post production
D5 (30fps), or HDCAM 1080i (30 fps), both of which are not ready for film out.
(you'll end up with a 24p 1080p D5 HD master which is ready for film out, dubbing to any HD format or down-converted to SD for conversion to foreign distribution).
for now, so the only difference between a 35mm commercial and a 24p hd commercial (in post) is the lack of a film transfer process, but this doesn't have to be a compromise anymore...
www.williamsdp.com /post_p.html   (801 words)

  
 The Road to HD: What's Real
HD will not be cheap, but, setting up an HD shop will be much less expensive now than it was for the Sony High Definition Center, Culver City, or for six-year-old HD Vision of Irvington, Texas.
HD Center's workload is 80 percent features and 20 percent postproduction, mainly for restoration projects.
HD will help reestablish high and low, although 601 is not dead.
millimeter.com /mag/video_road_hd_whats   (2599 words)

  
 hdtv
DVC PRO HD is being used by many lower budget producers trying to save a little by sacrificing about half the quality you save about a 1/3 to 1/4 of the money.
The Leading HD camera is Sony HDW F900 even though the HDW 950 4:4:4 camera is better quality, people choose the camcorder or all in one unit over a seperate camera and recorder.
Only the 24P that is found on the HDC 27F, 1200A, 1700 2700, 3700B, and 150 are close enough to native 24P that the smpte people haved allowed it's use as it alone will interact with native 24P and not cause techincal problem with the picture during playback or most importantly during broadcast.
www.geocities.com /video_film/hdtv.html   (523 words)

  
 HIGH DEFINITION AUDIO PROBLEMS IN POST - WWW.URBANFOX.TV
Then there is the problem of what to view the HD material on: plasma, projector or monitor.
An HD monitor is very expensive (about £15,000) and not very big, but doesn't add delay.
To synch up and record six reels of film to HD takes about twice the runtime of the film, but using disks can double this again, so they tend only to use it if there is a lot of editing, restoration or repairs needed.
www.urbanfox.tv /articles/audio/a4hdaudio.html   (1205 words)

  
 24P Primer - Part 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
HD may become the biggest revolution to hit film and video editors since the introduction of non-linear editing.
The introduction of HD has been slowed by many factors, not the least of which is the fact that the standard adopted by the FCC includes 18 separate resolution and display formats.
However, your HD post-production facility will be happy to provide you with ‘down-converted’ NTSC copies of your dailies onto the tape format of your choice.
www.editorsguild.com /newsletter/MayJun00/24p_primer.html   (2926 words)

  
 HD Cinema Service 5
Here is a quick summary of two current DVCPro HD workflows, and then a long explanation of the history of how different workflow options have evolved.
Apple introduced Final Cut Pro HD v4.5 and a revolutionary new vtr, the AJ HD1200A, that together allowed the use of the DVC 100 codec in its native file format loading from tape via a 1394 Firewire connection.
One common DVCPro HD workflow was not to go to HD but to convert to Digibeta and finish at standard def resolution for music videos, short films, some commercials.
www.hd-cinema.com /serv05.htm   (1833 words)

  
 High Def Forum - Your High Definition Community & High Definition Resource - D5 vs. HD cam Film Master
I have recently been told however that the preferred format to master to is D5.
I believe the color sampling is slightly lower on HD cam, but I'm unaware of any other disparities.
HD D5 is uncompressed and offers the full 1920 by 1080 resolution of HDTV.
www.highdefforum.com /printthread.php?t=839   (583 words)

  
 AVS Forum - Editing HD Production... any affordable services?
The place that is doing the transfers offered us a deal on an HD telecine transfer, which I jumped right on because I figure the HD master will make a good archivial copy later on.
I was going with HD strictly to have an archival master in high definition format for down the road since the film itself is growing older, my main goal was to edit the HD master, then make a downconverted DVD of it for use now.
[B]I was going with HD strictly to have an archival master in high definition format for down the road since the film itself is growing older, my main goal was to edit the HD master, then make a downconverted DVD of it for use now.
www.avsforum.com /avs-vb/printthread.php?t=512243   (1256 words)

  
 Microsoft Windows Media - Zero to HD in 60 Seconds
This article is about how to get that first HD piece built during lunch, to prove to yourself and your bosses that Windows Media provides the highest quality encoding available.
The first step is to get your HD source out of the application you're using and into a high-quality format that your encoding tool can use as a source for converting by using Windows Media 9 Series.
HD files are too large for real-time streaming or even progressive download—it's better to just put the content on a server, and download it like a normal file.
www.microsoft.com /windows/windowsmedia/howto/articles/zerotohdsixty.aspx   (2625 words)

  
 Bonolabs High Definition Services Overview
Recognizing that HD technology has evolved in the last five years, we wanted to find the most up-to-date system that incorporated the extensive research and development and corresponding enhancements that have occurred since HiDef telecines first came on the market.
Given the evolutionary nature of the HD format, we chose to begin our service by offering HD transfers to the HD D5 videotape format.
Upconversions from Digital Betacam and cross conversions to or from HD D5 are also options.
www.bonolabs.com /overview.htm   (669 words)

  
 Panasonic HD Mastering VTRs
Simultaneous HD and SD outputs are available for many recording and playback speed combinations using the built-in format converter board (now included with the B version).
For extraordinary control over filtering when downconverting to standard definition from an HD Recording, a specially shaped advanced vertical frame/field filter (with bypass) is provided on the down-convert output from progressive (frame-based) 23.98/24 P or PsF tape playback modes.
Therefore, in the case of Dolby E, recording 5.1 audio can be done by recording either encoded Dolby E in an AES pair with the sample rate converter turned off in 4 channel mode, or 6 separate tracks of digital audio plus a stereo L R pair in the 8 channel mode.
www.vtpcorp.com /htm/panhdvtr.htm   (959 words)

  
 Welcome to VMI, Inc. Broadcast & Professional Video
The combination of hardware and software gives EDIUS HD realtime capabilities that are unrivaled by systems costing ten times its price and provides professional HD editing and content creation capabilities to suit any environment.
The transition from SD to HD content is gradual, and with EDIUS HD, editors are not restricted to working in just one format.
Inscriber TitleMotion HD for Canopus provides editors with tools to create high-quality titles for their projects and features realtime preview of all titles during composition.
www.vmivideo.com /Newsletter/archive/canopus_ediushd.html   (651 words)

  
 June 2001 - In Search of High Definition at NAB 2001- iCOM Magazine
In the HD Cinema Theater set up by Panasonic in a ballroom at Ceasar's Palace, the projector was mounted in the room on a pedestal behind the seats, and the room ventilation made more noise.
NASA, purchased Panasonic 60fps HD cameras for image analysis of Shuttle launches, and discovered a shock wave from the tail of the Orbiter during launch, which had not previously been noticed.
The AJ-HD3700 D5 HD multi-format recorder is a mastering quality DTV/HDV 100Mbps videotape recorder, supporting standard definition and multi-format High definition formats without software or hardware exchange.
www.icommag.com /june2001/HiDefatNAB2001.html   (2287 words)

  
 Dear Professional,   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Switch the HD deck to 25 mode, switch the TC to auto convert, so the sony decks generates a TC25 on the fly.
Useful menus on the Sony decks are nb 13 and nb 337 (to switch to 24 or 25 mode by restarting the deck, and to choose an HD or an SD reference).
Sony HD player HDW-J-H3 and cheap HD projectors (JVC or NEC likes) are cheap and clever option to do this job.
www.postshare.com /HD.htm   (2157 words)

  
 Articles - D5 HD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Articles - D5 HD is a professional digital video format introduced by Panasonic in 1994.
HD D5 has a datarate of 250 Megabits/second.
HD material is often captured for post production of film projects, especially on lower budget films, from the Super 16mm film format (15:9 aspect ratio crops well to 16:9 HDTV widescreen ratio) whereby the HD D5 scanning equipment is cheaper by the hour than a full resolution 2K film scan.
www.mountainbikescenter.com /articles/D5_HD   (232 words)

  
 Shoot: Panasonic promotes D5 HD, DVCPRO50 for post - products for television advertising postproduction companies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
For those considering D5 HD, a few things should be noted.
First, Panasonic has already delivered D5 HD systems to a number of post houses, including Laser-Pacific Media, The Post Group and Modern Video, Los Angeles; The Tape House, New York; HD Vision, Dallas; and Crawford Communications, Atlanta.
Second, D5 HD systems are in use at TV networks CBS, ABC, PBS and Fox, as well as stations including WRAL, Raleigh, N.C.; WGN, Chicago; KCTS, Seattle; and WFAA, Dallas.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0DUO/is_n11_v39/ai_20927162   (655 words)

  
 Report on 2nd Annual SMPTE/NE HD Boot Camp, "The World’s Largest.", 7/05
The range of HD cameras starts with prosumer 1/3" and 1/2" 3-chip cameras in the $3,500 to $10,000 range like JVC's GY-HD100U Pro HD and Panasonic's AG-HVX200 DVCPRO HD camcorders and moves up through the professional 2/3" 3-chip cameras from Sony, Panasonic, and Thomson in the $40,000 to $120,000 and beyond range.
The HDCAM format is Sony's workhorse for professional HD acquisition recording a 1440x1080 frame (upconverted to 1920x1080 on output), subsampling color with a 4:2:2 profile and 10 bit quantization and uses MPEG-4 studio profile compression at a 4.5:1 ratio to reduce the video data rate down to 180 Mbit/sec.
First, Mahrer suggested that HD is becoming a general term for a range of high-quality formats that include digital intermediates from 35mm film, HD-D5, DVCPRO HD, HDCAM, HDCAM-SR, HDV, etc. It's all HD, yet each format has it's own unique characteristics and design trade-offs.
www.nefilm.com /news/archives/05july/hd.htm   (1626 words)

  
 JVC's HD Statement at NAB 2004
With the ability to implement HD with little or no cost penalty over SD, and with a growing consumer appetite for high definition, JVC's affordable HD is clearly on the fast track.
With the DM-JV600U HD encoder, it becomes possible to relay pristine HD live shots from the field back to the station using existing live trucks and helicopters.
Capturing and delivering remote news in HD format is made possible and affordable with low data rates that enable the use of existing microwave and satellite uplink signal relay.
pro.jvc.com /pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/jvc_at_nab04.html   (1696 words)

  
 Baraka Invests In A Panasonic HD D5 Edit Recorder   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Baraka's HD facilities are completely disk-based and non-linear, and therefore, the HD D5 will be used for mastering and archiving projects.
Their main HD suite has over 6 hours of uncompressed disk storage for HD projects, perfectly suitable for multi-layer, effects heavy projects or entire feature film digital intermediates.
The Panasonic HD D5 has proved itself to be the industry standard for mastering HD for the cinema and is arguably the most demanding discipline, which HD is used for.
www.creativemac.com /articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=25782-0   (801 words)

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