HD Video Timeline Questions: HD Editing? HD DVD? HD Progessive Scan Cameras?

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by astro, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. astro

    astro Guest

    How long until we get High Def Editing from Adobe Premiere and Final Cu
    Pro.

    How long until they make high definition DVD players?

    How long until they make high definition DVD burners?

    How long until at least half the population has HDTV's?

    How many have HDTV's now? (What % of the people out there?)

    Is it *really* worth doing projects in HD when you're not broadcastin
    them, but putting them on DVDs?

    How much bigger are HD files than SD files? How much more drive spac
    will it eat up
     
    astro, Dec 19, 2004
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  2. astro

    seascape Guest

    Why would you want HD editing when you can't finalize it on HD media yet.
    We are just now fixing to start seeing HD players.. it'll be a while before
    we see HD recordable discs.

    My new version of Nero had a HD-DVD feature, but at the moment its pretty
    much useless without hardware & media to use it.

    If anyone knows otherwise, please enlighten us.

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    | How long until we get High Def Editing from Adobe Premiere and Final Cut
    | Pro.
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    | How long until they make high definition DVD players?
    |
    | How long until they make high definition DVD burners?
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    | How long until at least half the population has HDTV's?
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    | How many have HDTV's now? (What % of the people out there?)
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    | Is it *really* worth doing projects in HD when you're not broadcasting
    | them, but putting them on DVDs?
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    | How much bigger are HD files than SD files? How much more drive space
    | will it eat up?
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    seascape, Feb 3, 2005
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