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Insert VITC into component?
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- Subject: Insert VITC into component?
- From: cb-gaines at juno.com (C B Gaines)
- Date: Fri, 11 Jul 1997 13:53:20 -0700 (PDT)
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It's been many months since my query about inserting VITC into our
component video signal. We didn't want to have to buy a new box (we had
two Evertz 4025s). But, the best solution was to buy a new Evertz (I
believe the model was 8025) or Aaton.
So, we take the serial signal (with VITC encoded) from the Aaton into a
Miranda serial-to-analog converter to get our VITC'ed component. I hope
that's right. I'm not an engineer, but that's how I understand his
Just wanted to tie up lose ends about our situation. I understand that
Ensemble also had a DA converter. Both are under $2000.
---------------------------------tear here to avoid unabashed
No, this was not just a cheap ploy to advise Bay area cinematographers
that they can get Aaton code transferred at our facility.
CB Gaines, colorist
thanks to The Post Group for support of the TIG in 1997
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