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  • #2104

    Esa
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    For those who have DVIO card:

    Have you tested mixing the PGM out with DVIO card configured as output?

    If you pull the T-bar to over 60% down, you start to get very interesting ‘ghost’ effect in real time. The delay caused by conversion to DV format will add softness which looks really interesting. If your camera is on pedestal, everything that is stable looks normal, but everything that moves is soft. Depending on the position of T-bar, it takes a moment before stopped object becomes ‘solid’.

    Cool effect – and you get it free with this card!

    #8325

    Bret
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    It’s the same thing as the recursive output. Has nothing to do with compression to DV. It just get’s delayed an extra frame like all sources.

    #8326

    tvgenius
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    It’s even better on a chroma key… 😯

    #8327

    Bret
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    yeah you can get trails. it keeps kids entertained for hours.

    #8330

    tvgenius
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    Exactly… at the CBS affil I used to work for and here at the college, that’s what I’ve always done when we do tours. Nothing like thirty 7-year-olds having an impromptu mosh pit to be on camera.

    #8343

    Esa
    Member

    You are absolutely right: there is no extra delay with DV out. I thought there might be, but compared the effect with recursive video and result was about the same.

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