See the Micron HD’s Full Product Specifications Here
The video about your Micron product at http://fastforwardvideo.wordpress.com/broadcast-dvr-all-new-micron-hd-video/ doesn’t tell me what I wanted to know. It didn’t tell me anything that I hadn’t read already before clicking the play button.
This is meant as constructive feedback, contact me back and I will elaborate if you’d like.
Thanks for your comments. We do enjoy getting them, constructive and all.
I’m guessing if you have questions, others do too. So, if you wouldn’t mind posting your questions here, we’ll answer them for all to read and learn. So, please, feel free to ask away.
would you add any remote, web-based user interface that this has to the video?
Thanks Lee for your question – right now the Micron HD can be controlled through the RS422 with software and/or controllers. We are always looking into new features and I will add this to the list. Thanks again for the question.
So what does your box of tricks do even roughly…..
Just like BOB said at least give me a hint.
Ok to get to brass tacks.
does it convert HD video into Jpeg2000 and store it
can I access it via a remote control system frame by frame. can I pour it onto a hard drive and take it away.
Can I shove it over a long piece of wet string from the bottom of the ocean or half way to the moon and squeeze the bandwidth down to nothing/
What does it do.
Can I split it into bits and have a capture at one studio and display at another?
Thanks Stephen for your reply – the Micron HD will take a HD/SDI signal for record and playback on standard 2.5″ HDD or SSD SATA drives, which can be removed and footage accessed through the USB located on the drive enclosure. This is a very popular system because of the $4995.00 price point for key/fill application and sports replay when paired with a controller. The unit records in the JPEG 2000 codec (frame by frame accurate) at a fixed data rate of 100 Mbit/s for HD and 50Mbit/s for SD. I hope I answered your questions!
Couple of quick questions about our Micron HD that may help others.
1.) How do I format the drives using Vista Sp1 or higher or Windows 7? The only option is to format exFAT. I don’t believe that exFAT is backwards compatible with FAT32. I formatted the drive on the Micron and recorded some clips, but my Windows 7 box does not recognize the drive formatting at all.
2.) Can I render out JPEG 2000 clips from an NLE to play back on the Micron? My copy of Sony Vegas supports JPEG 2000 output to Quicktime container. Would that work? If so, what Audio format would I use? PCM RAW?
In order for the drives to be recognized in Windows 7 please configure the unit for the editing application – this formats the drive in FAT32 which will enable you to see the files on a PC.
You cannot upload files to the Micron through the drive USB – you must ingest the files through the HD-SDI.
I hope this helps and please let me know if you have any additional question.
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