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Old Sep 28, 2008, 5:34 PM   #1
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Hi.

I have a technical question for VPC-HD1010 camera.

VPC HD 1010 has HDMI output.

I have TV with HDMI input and I have PC interface card with HDMI input.
http://www.blackmagic-design.com/products/intensity/

Can VPC HD1010 streams HDMI directly to TV or any other device with HDMI. The reason I'm asking is to be able to capture the unprocessed video directly to my PC, bypassing SD card and any video codec compression?

I'm looking forward for your answer!

Thank you

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Old Sep 28, 2008, 5:52 PM   #2
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My HD1000 has a hdmi out and I can input to a HDTV just fine. If you say your blackmagic has a hdmi in, make sure it's for video.

Why would you want to go directly from your camera to your hdmi in and record the whole thing? It's kinda counterproductive.

is it because of the video editing software?
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Old Sep 28, 2008, 6:03 PM   #3
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Why would you want to go directly from your camera to your hdmi in and record the whole thing?
Hi.

Thank you for your answer.

1. Bigger hard drive. HD1010 can only be expanded to 32gb SD card.
2. Higher quality. I could for example capture uncompressed avis.
3. Monitor it on bigger screen. Full HDTV with HDMI input.

But can you input your HDTV only with already recorded material or you can input your HDTV with realtime stream. (holding your camera and monitor it on your HDTV)

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Old Sep 28, 2008, 6:13 PM   #4
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Software_GB.pdf page 16. 15 frames per second as a pc cam. Thats it! I dont know about resolution. YOu need the base or it wont work. So your out of luck!

also, your pci e card only has 1080i 60 which translates to 30fps. Not something I like at all.
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Old Sep 28, 2008, 6:19 PM   #5
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what I do is grab all the files from the sd card on my multimedia bay that has an sd slot. Then I just join them on my software. conversion to avi takes about 2 minutes for a 2.5 hour video. What your telling me is that you want to record your video at the same rate as you filmed it 1 to 1. I then convert my stuff to avi xvid mp3 or mov mp4 mp4. or anything I want.

I even run my videos on my zaurs c3200
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Old Sep 28, 2008, 6:40 PM   #6
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Yeah, I thought it can not be as smooth as it looks like.

Do you know about any similar consumer HD camera that can stream Full HD HDMI, the way I described above.

Thank you very much!

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