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| p.1 #7 · New toy for Nikon enthusiasts who do video/film... |
I regularly use Panasonic's P2 workflow with my HPX370, HPX250, and HVX200 cameras. The video, audio, metadata are separate streams as recorded, and the video files terminate at 4GB.... but they span from one file to the next seamlessly and effortlessly, without having ever skipping a frame. If you can do that with one video/audio/metadata source, why wouldn't you be able join 4 if the timecode is burned onto the video stream? Just like AVCHD and P2 can be read directly from the card as one piece of footage by Adobe Premiere and Avid Media Composer, why would it be any different to do so with 4 streams at once? I think it's an ingenious solution to a major bandwidth-on-the-recording-device problem! Let's see how it does in practice...