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    Seconded. I was thinking about this on the drive...

    Seconded. I was thinking about this on the drive home, though, and would be just as happy with midi implementation.

    Probably happier, as the surface would be cheaper. :) in fact, midi across the...
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    That is almost always the case, yes. In the...

    That is almost always the case, yes.

    In the arena jumbotron, though, they don't let us push any buttons. :)
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    I actually kindof miss the Fade All button on the...

    I actually kindof miss the Fade All button on the 850. Delgate buttons work great.. but the "fade all" button let you, in a sense, have a transition setup ready to go at all times on its own button.
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    Preset Bins, yes. On the 850.

    Preset Bins, yes. On the 850.
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    Select DDR Bins from Timewarp

    Alt+>| and Alt + |< to scroll through bins would keep our clip store operator from ever needing to steal the mouse.
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    If it boots without the second monitor connected,...

    If it boots without the second monitor connected, it will often never detect it.

    One thing to try, though, is to exit out to Windows and use the display settings to see if you can get it to come...
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    I'd like letterboxed output, too. It'd be useful...

    I'd like letterboxed output, too. It'd be useful when our show is designed entirely for 16x9, but we're feeding, say, an arena jumbotron that's 4:3.

    We usually just crop and call it a day (and we...
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    Yeah, as Steve said: If you build each break...

    Yeah, as Steve said:

    If you build each break as a bin, each bin has its own single and autoplay settings.

    So we put all our spots for break 1 in bin 1, with single deselected select that bin,...
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    Well it obviously doesn't control the SDI embded...

    Well it obviously doesn't control the SDI embded audio on the aux row. But.. does anyone else think it should? I'm thinking about iso feeds for DDR playback.
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    SDI Aux Out Audio Source

    I'm... confused.

    If I set the Aux (on the Utility row or in the Output settings) out to be, say, DDR1, I'm still getting Program audio on the SDI embedded audio.

    Additionally - the audio aux...
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    Todd, will you give that a try? Run the 1k tone...

    Todd, will you give that a try? Run the 1k tone from a ddr, and bring the SDI output in on, say, input 1. You'll need to solo and mute so that you don't get internal feedback.

    But if I put a tone...
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    I'm going to backpedal a little here. I could...

    I'm going to backpedal a little here. I could have sworn we were having to deal with this problem, but I just fed the output of the tricaster back in to an input, and with everything dialed up to...
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    Do I infer correctly that you are able to get a...

    Do I infer correctly that you are able to get a component signal from the third/aux column?
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    This and the scopes not being calibrated...

    This and the scopes not being calibrated accurately are the two current "errors" in the Tricaster, as far as I can find.

    Voltage references are for analog audio. NOT for digital. A SDI audio input...
  15. It's calculated risk. We are getting 98% of...

    It's calculated risk.

    We are getting 98% of the functionality of a midsize truck with 98% of the reliability for 1% of the price.

    I'll take it, but I'll keep pushing for that extra 2%.

    And...
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    VGA to component cables are just adapters, not...

    VGA to component cables are just adapters, not converters. Unless the computer is able to provide component output on its hd15 port, (and it almost certainly isn't) that won't work.

    What you need...
  17. Ours are in ATA shock mount cases that go in vans...

    Ours are in ATA shock mount cases that go in vans or click in to their places in our video trailer.

    I honestly couldn't tell you if our failures have been due to mechanical issues such as...
  18. We haven't quite afforded a spare 850 yet, though...

    We haven't quite afforded a spare 850 yet, though I believe a backup is essential. We are one of the crews that has had a complete failure requiring power supply and motherboard replacement. In the...
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    Would such a patch be listed in the beta release...

    Would such a patch be listed in the beta release notes?
  20. Thread: Classic NewTek

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    School events! Weddings! Even Divorces! The...

    School events! Weddings! Even Divorces!

    The script is hilarious. This is one of the best marketing videos ever.
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    Ah, then perhaps get the VGA or dvi adaptor for...

    Ah, then perhaps get the VGA or dvi adaptor for your iMac, and then convert THAT to SDI. skip the hdcp on the hdmi entirely.
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    I'd be surprised if this were the case on a new...

    I'd be surprised if this were the case on a new iMac, but we have at least 1/3 of our laptop inventory that simply won't play a video on the second monitor output in 2-screen mode. Not enough ooomph...
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    Anywhere from 5 to 15 a year. The Newtek products...

    Anywhere from 5 to 15 a year. The Newtek products have allowed us to do amazing quality work that, very literally, used to require TV trucks to roll in.

    The fact that we can do 8 channels,...
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    There are very serious reasons why price needs to...

    There are very serious reasons why price needs to come up with popular products. Say you sell something at break even cost. You can't ramp up manufacturing. At break even, ypu sell a billion units...
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    With the webinar packages, you're likely going to...

    With the webinar packages, you're likely going to have to feed video from the Tricaster to a capture device on another computer running the conferencing interface.
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