If you go to http://www.sonyusacinealta.com/ there is a link to a "free HDCAM DVD Package" on the main page. I just received this in the mail and it has some outstanding material on it. I believe that most of the material on it was originally shot in HD format. The introduction shows many quick shots from films, tv, commercials and documentaries. Then you can go to a menu that is mostly DVD-ROM material, but the bottom "video" menu item is accessible thru a set-top player. There are several trailers, tv commercials, interviews (James Cameron, George Lucas...), tv show clips, etc.
This is a great showcase of how awesome progressive scan DVD can look!
Originally posted by SCSI Followed your link but can't find the free HDCAM DVD Package.
I found it- there's a button about halfway down the left-hand frame that says "Dreams DVD"- I figured that's it. There's also a big "Everything You Want To Know About HDCAM DVD" banner at the top of the page but I assumed that wasn't the one Bill was referring to- or is it?? I submitted the form for the other one. They really don't give much info...
Sorry about the confusion. The DVD is the one from the "Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Sony HDCAM Systems". I was going to get the "Dreams" one also. Maybe someone else who gets it can give us a description. There is also another free DVD if you follow the links to the MPEG IMX information. Again, the description of the contect is pretty limited... but the price is right.
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