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class="style5" Resolution Chart For Downloading
>Published : 10th November 2005
>Does anyone out there have a resolution chart available as a file (.dpx, .cin, TIFF, etc.) that I could download?
>Prefer 1920 x 1080 but could live with 4K or 2K. Just want something to stick at the head of some film out tests...
>Jeff "fire when ready" Kreines
class="Paragraph">> Does anyone out there have a resolution chart available as a file (.dpx, >.cin, TIFF, etc.) that I could download?
>Jeff, here's a link to various resolution charts you can use. You can download vector files so you can pretty much roll your own resolution files. Hope they're useful.
>Rune Hansen Simplemente, SA de CV
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>Rune Hansen wrote:
>Thanks, Rune, and thanks to Rick Torpey, Dirk Meier, John Mastrogiacomo, and Matthias Buercher for their links and ideas.
>Someone requested I add a resolution chart -- they weren't picky -- at the head of a transfer we're making on our film recorder. I could make one, but it was more fun making my own faux-academy leader.
>Jeff "just built a 2.4TB array for under $1900" Kreines
>Jeff Kreines writes:
>>Jeff "just built a 2.4TB array for under $1900" Kreines
>That's cheap all right. How much ya gonna sell it for? Just got a fun little WiebeTech drive dock for plugging bare ATA drives to Firewire 800 with full bus power, one cable, with a power switch. The point - so one can fill up bare drives for mass near-line storage. A box with bridge board and power supply costs about as much as the mechanism these days. Not a RAID, and no SATA model available, though they do make SATA RAID's - go figure.
SFD vfx & creative post
Santa Monica, CA
>Tim Sassoon wrote :
class="Paragraph">> That's cheap all right. How much ya gonna sell it for?
>This one's mine...
>8 300 gig Seagate SATA drives (about $200 each), a Sonnet 4+4 SATA card ($180), a cheap but ok 8 bay case from Ebay (new, but no one bid) for $25. And some cables.
>OK, so really it's not a RAID -- it's a striped set of drives... but it's fine for film recorder tests. Also should be nice for my Decklink HD Pro (it's 4:4:4 so it's not off-topic!).
class="Paragraph">> Just got a fun little WiebeTech drive dock for plugging bare ATA drives >to Firewire 800 with full bus power, one cable, with a power switch.
>That sounds cool. I use the old one, which requires a PS, a slight drag, but great for cheap storage and moving big files around. I have a bunch of older 20-100 gig ATA drives that now have a reason to live!
class="Paragraph">> The point - so one can fill up bare drives for mass near-line storage. A >box with bridge board and power supply costs about as much as the >mechanism these days. Not a RAID, and no SATA model available, >though they do make SATA RAID's -
>Yes, we're taking that approach for cheap storage for the Kinetta. Six ATA drives in cheap trays -- clone 3 mags or more onto these drives for less cost per minute than HDCam SR tape.
>(We also will have an LTO-3 workflow.)
>Jeff "won't miss ribbon cables" Kreines
>That's the approach I've been taking with my direct to disk solution - I forget the 4:4:4 numbers (sorry, have to look up), but about $200/hr for 10 bit 4:2:2 uncompressed 1080p24 on fault tolerant storage (lose one of 4 drives you're still OK).
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