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Old Jul 2, 2008, 7:22 AM   #111
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This user has some good test clips online,
where you can see quite nicely the zoom functions
in each mode...

http://www.vimeo.com/user542370


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Old Jul 2, 2008, 10:20 AM   #112
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I would like to know,
how many LCD TV sets are compatible with the 720p 60 frames/sec
mode ?

Also how do you edit 60 frames/sec on your PC and then output at 30 frames/sec ,
cause it is the standard ?

Is there any nonlinear editing software, that has built in
inter-frame interpolation, so it makes sense at all to use 60 frames/sec
for editing ?

What output format are you going for, if you want to
deliver a ready made DVD or Blueray based product for your friends to watch
on external players and not just the PC ?
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Old Jul 2, 2008, 10:32 AM   #113
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hartiberlin wrote:
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This user has some good test clips online,
where you can see quite nicely the zoom functions
in each mode...

http://www.vimeo.com/user542370


Regards, Stefan.
Well,
he just said in his first video,
that it is indeed the Action HD, so
it is the optical zoom...

Sorry for the confusion...

Regards, Stefan.
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Old Jul 2, 2008, 2:55 PM   #114
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Hello all,

Can someone answer this question about backward compatability between the A-HD and the A-HD+ models.

What I want to know is: can you playback 720P/60 Fps or 1080/30 Fps recording made on a A-HD+ on the older A-HD model ???

If they don't playback ,do you get some kind of error message or something ???

Can someone that has both models try this and report your findings back to the forum ?

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Old Jul 2, 2008, 5:52 PM   #115
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well since both camera specs state the .mov h.264 format is used i would imagine that it should playback just fine.
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Hello all,

Can someone answer this question about backward compatability between the A-HD and the A-HD+ models.

What I want to know is: can you playback 720P/60 Fps or 1080/30 Fps recording made on a A-HD+ on the older A-HD model ???

If they don't playback ,do you get some kind of error message or something ???

Can someone that has both models try this and report your findings back to the forum ?

Thanks,

Mike



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Old Jul 2, 2008, 5:58 PM   #116
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so tonight i leave for anaheim,california where i will be for 7 days, going to catch it on my A-hd+ with my 8gb, 4gb, 4 xtra batteries, laptop, and 500gb external HDD. pretty excited to see how all the footage turns out :G plus the hotel is accross the street
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Old Jul 2, 2008, 6:23 PM   #117
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i have one good question though, does the wireless remote that comes with the action hd also work with the a-hd+ i noticed there was an infrared sensor in the front of the camera but when i was on aiptek.com for the remote info didn't list the a hd+, so does it really work and they just havn't updated the compatability list or what?? thank you
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One remote All Aipteks MPVR and higher onesignal so watch out if others have one it will work

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i have one good question though, does the wireless remote that comes with the action hd also work with the a-hd+ i noticed there was an infrared sensor in the front of the camera but when i was on aiptek.com for the remote info didn't list the a hd+, so does it really work and they just havn't updated the compatability list or what?? thank you
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Old Jul 2, 2008, 7:26 PM   #119
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well since both camera specs state the .mov h.264 format is used i would imagine that it should playback just fine.
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As they say neverassume something works. Always best to actually try it. My concern is that thefirst generation A-HD would not recognize the 2 new modes that the A-HD+ can record.Yesthe file format is ".mov" and the codec is H.264 BUT will the older camera knowhow to playback a 720P/60 Fps or 1080/30 Fps filesince those modes werent available on that model ????Seams to me the firmware would have to know something about those new modes in order to play them back. Hard to imagine Aiptek thought about the next model while designing the software for the originalA-HD.
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Hey Fishy,You must have both models can you try this and report back to the forum ???

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