So with this onboard SSD, will you have to transfer it with firewire or USB out of the camera or will it be removable in some way?
Further down this same thought pattern, have you considered using both SSD and a CF module? When the camera is not filming you could have it offloading the SSD on the CF as an option. That way, for some situations like non-live events, you can keep the SSD relatively empty for long days.
Just a thought anyways :)
He said "onboard SSD module", which I take to mean another module that accepts a form of SSD media. Hey, you know, like those RED MAG 128GB thingies we've all seen in the renders. So I'm ASSuming, you record to those, pop them off/out of the camera and plug it into the correct module on your RED STATION and away you go.
and a B30 relase for NAB too pleeeease...
So 190MB/s for uncompressed or already divided by 2.5?
And will there be the need for some sort of hardware acceleration for the decompression before feeding the Rocket? And if so, is that what Deanan and Brook were referring to?
I'm guessing Red's SSDs will be SSD based modules designed for repeated docking, not just bare SSDs. Hence the need for RedStation to download.
The question still stands. Will there be the need for hardware acceleration for the decompression step?
I am trying to figure out if shooting/posting a nice chunk of lossless sequences is within the reach of a project geared and budgeted for RedCode.
Last edited by Nick Shaw; 04-01-2010 at 03:29 AM. Reason: maths correction
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