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- To: telecine at xyzoom.info.com
- Subject: Re: switchers
- From: rob (Rob Lingelbach)
- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 94 22:03 PDT
- In-Reply-To: EricM86802 at aol.com "Re: switchers" (Sep 28, 21:37)
- Organization: Altruistic Intentions, Hollywood, CA
- Phone-number: +1 213 464 6266
- Reply-To: Rob Lingelbach <rob at xyzoom.info.com>
On Sep 28, 21:37, EricM86802 at aol.com wrote:
} Subject: Re: switchers
> The Ulltimatte 666 is a fine analog unit. The clear file function is great
> for pulling quick keys... there are a few
> quirks to get use to.. but it outshines the 4 be a long shot.
The 6 is great, I like it, but the advantage of the 4 is that you
could tweak one thing while tweaking another --all the knobs are
visible all the time.
> We use the 6 with A/D's and D/A's it's "ok".. Another thing about the 6 is
> the processing control you have on the foreground... Has anyone looked at the
> Vistek D-1 switcher
> the keying really stunk from what i've seen..
We have been looking at the Vistek and we really like it. I'll take a
closer look at the keying now that you mention it...I hear they will
introduce timelines as a software upgrade, to better compete with the
PS. Hey everyone, I think there's a blurb about this mailing list in
the newest Millimeter magazine...haven't seen it yet.
Rob Lingelbach KB6CUN | 2660 Hollyridge Dr LA CA 90068 213 464 6266 (voice)
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