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Murray Frost

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720x576x50i

PostTue Sep 05, 2017 11:33 pm

Hi, based in NZ (PAL) looking to purchases the new ATEM Television Studio HD.

Upcoming job, we will be receiving a 720x576x50i feed (SD widescreen) from the OB van.
After reading the online manual, am I correct the that I would need to change the setting on the BM software to 625i50 PAL 16:9

Appreciate any guidance.

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Murray.
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Re: 720x576x50i

PostTue Sep 05, 2017 11:50 pm

Sorry forgot to mention signal coming via SDI
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Re: 720x576x50i

PostThu Sep 07, 2017 8:27 pm

Yes 625i50 is indeed that mode.. Not sure about why it is called 625.. I guess it has to do with the blanking area.. But we have that with HD too and we call that 1080 or 720 right..

But i have worked several times with the TVS HD on SD with Sony domes SD-SDI PAL.. This is the setting ;)
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Re: 720x576x50i

PostMon Sep 11, 2017 10:31 pm

Xtreemtec wrote:Yes 625i50 is indeed that mode.. Not sure about why it is called 625..


Because the original specification - set in Hanover, Germany in 1962 - described a TV picture with 625 interlaced lines at 50 hertz.
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