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  • Cajypiu
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    Joined: Oct 11th, 2006, 09:48
    Re: Can I go crazy with AVCHD Files in Final Cut Studio?
    No worries. It is a lot of equipment you're right. And it does complicate things with having to remember extra power supplies, more batteries... and of course, more things to go wrong. Especially when putting big lighting rigs on to the same power supply too! But when it's all up and running I still can't believe something as tiny as the HV20 is a) driving the whole thing but b) responsible for the image.
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  • Dave from Holland
    Posts: 9
    Joined: Nov 18th, 2007, 03:26
    Re: Can I go crazy with AVCHD Files in Final Cut Studio?
    Sounds interesting all the equipment:). Yesterday I followed a free workshop on how to use a camcorder. It came with the HV30. Very handy. All I use is a 24" white iMac, Canon HV30, Manfrotto Modo (tripod), M-Audio Audiophile external soundcard (usb), Digidesign RM2, Alesis M1ActiveMK2, Tapco Blend (between the M-audio soundcard and soundmonitors), LaCie Bigdisk extreme+ 2tb Firewire 800 for everything that can be saved and installed externally, LaCie 500gb usb harddisk for backup purposes (until I reach the 400gb), LaCie d2 DVD±RW with LightScribe connected through FW400 (mainly because of the iMac usually not ejecting burned cd's/demos consistently with the internal burner/player), Reason, Ableton, Logic Studio, Final Cut Studio, Music Tech Focus (special edition of a music magazine) and last but not least lots of MacProVideo Tutorials (saved on and played from the external harddisk). N.E.D. Rocks!!!!! Of course I'm just getting started. Hope this info is useful for other driven beginners:). Dave
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  • reter
    Posts: 2
    Joined: Aug 2nd, 2010, 07:20
    Re: Can I go crazy with AVCHD File...
    thanks for information
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