[AG-TECH] Cameras used for vic HDMI version 1.1 beta
akos at wasp.uwa.edu.au
Thu May 28 21:54:55 CDT 2009
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> I have a Sony EVIHD1 with HD-SDI out. Would the hdvic work if I use a
> converter like the Aja Hi5 to convert HD-SDI to HDMI and feed it to the
> BlackMagic Intensity Pro card? Have anyone tried this?
> Thanks in advance,
> Quang Tran
> LSU Health Sciences Center
> email: qtran3 at lsuhsc.edu
> tel: (504)568-2877
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> Mike.W.Daley at cs.cardiff.ac.uk
> Sent: Thu 3/5/2009 4:37 PM
> To: John I. Quebedeaux, Jr
> Cc: ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
> Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] Cameras used for vic HDMI version 1.1 beta
> Hi John
> I'm using a SONY HDR-SR12E camera.
> I've tested it at 1080i and its fine.
> I'm also using the Intensity Pro capture card.
> The new vic again works fine around Cardiff but having trouble getting
> the feeds out to the states. Even though normal Multicast feeds get
> through with no problems.
> I cannot see Jimmy's feeds but others can (Not in UK though)
> We are currently trying to find out where the feed gets dropped.
> Quoting "John I. Quebedeaux, Jr" <johnq at lsu.edu>:
>> So forgive me,
>> I've been watching these threads with interest and it hasn't been clear
>> me what HDMI cameras folks might be using (if they are using them) - I
>> know someone mentioned the Sony EVI-HD1, which I already have (whoot -
>> fine there, but..)... but I'm considering trying also an HDMI camera for
>> greater portability that I could purchase.
>> Could folks chime in on what cameras they're successful with on the HDMI
>> aspect of this?
>> Thanks, sorry I've been quiet...
>> John Q.
>> John I. Quebedeaux, Jr.; Louisiana State University
>> Computer Manager LBRN; 131 Life Sciences Bldg.
>> e-mail: johnq at lsu.edu; web: http://lbrn.lsu.edu
>> phone: 225-578-0062 / fax: 225-578-2597
> Michael Daley M.Phil MBCS GCFA
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