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Joel Freedman

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September 14th 2011
20 Posts
physically label P2 cards
by Craig Alan 6 years ago
I have been using p-touch labels with good results. But our current work-flow requires frequent dumping to computers and reformatting and I need to label and erase the white back of the cards. I tried
Re: physically label P2 cards
by Joel Freedman 6 years ago
The white space is basically a time dry erase board. You can use a marker like a sharpie, then write over the Sharpie with a Dry Erase marker and immediately wipe of with soft cloth. Joel Freedman www
Longest Time Lapse Possible?
by Nick Karner 6 years ago
Hi everyone. Hope you're well. What settings should I use for the longest possible time lapse I want to do it all day. I've got it all set up, no tech problems, but I'm uncertain of which interval tim
Re: Longest Time Lapse Possible?
by Joel Freedman 6 years ago
It's just a math question. If you have 53 minutes of record time that's 3180 seconds or 190,000 frames (at 60fps). a Day has 24 hours which is 1440 minutes, and that is 86400 seconds, or 5,184,000 fra
audio issue with Sennheiser mics and HPX170
by Jack Niedenthal 6 years ago
I was filming the other night with 2 sets of the Sennheiser ew 100-ENG G3 Wireless Clip-On Lavalier Microphone Sets. The mics and their bases were set to different frequencies and I used both 1 & 2 XL
Re: audio issue with Sennheiser mics and HPX170
by Joel Freedman 6 years ago
If you were recording 4 channel audio, then it was probably the internal mics recording to channel 3 and 4. I think this is automatic in HD, and optional in DV mode Joel Freedman www.2hungrydogs.com t
P2 Card stopped being recognize after dumping footage
by Al Lilly 6 years ago
Hey this is my first time using P2 and I shot some footage and put it on the computer via USB through the camera and then I just deleted everything on the card from the desktop. When I switched the ca
Re: P2 Card stopped being recognize after dumping footage
by Joel Freedman 6 years ago
Did you try reformatting the card Joel Freedman www.2hungrydogs.com twitter.com 2HungryDogs
Permanent labeling a P2 card
by Jeff Herring 7 years ago
I just got a stack of P2's that I'm supposed to shoot on two of em and mail them off and shoot on the next two, and the first two should come back and just keep cycling between the two sets. With anot
Re: Permanent labeling a P2 card
by Joel Freedman 7 years ago
The shiny white part is dry erase material. You can use a sharpie, but if someone writes over the sharpie with a dry erase it will all come off. I used a paint marker on the black material on the othe
Salvaging corrupt video .MXF's (AVC-Intra 100 on HPX2000)
by Nicholas Peters 7 years ago
Hey everyone, I've been scouring the internet to try to find a solution to a problem I ran into yesterday. I was shooting a wedding on a Panasonic AJ-HPX2000P using the AVC-Intra 100 codec, system mod
Re: Salvaging corrupt video .MXF's (AVC-Intra 100 on HPX2000)
by Joel Freedman 7 years ago
Did you try to put the cards back in the camera and use the "repair clip" function Joel Freedman www.2hungrydogs.com twitter.com 2HungryDogs
Panasonic AJ-P2AD1G MicroP2 Memory Card Adapter questions
by Nelson May 7 years ago
I have been out of the video shooting loop for about four years now, but want to start using my HVX200 again for some indie projects. I was looking at a p2 card reader and saw this: Panasonic AJ-P2AD1
Re: Panasonic AJ-P2AD1G MicroP2 Memory Card Adapter questions
by Joel Freedman 7 years ago
Jan, Will Panasonic be making an update to allow the HPX-300 to use the new adapters It has a processor that can do AVC-Intra. Joel Freedman www.2hungrydogs.com twitter.com 2HungryDogs
P2 Viewer Plus 10.8.2
by Gabe Cotto 7 years ago
Both P2CMS and P2 Viewer Plus will not preview P2 files properly. When I load the cards into both applications, I get thumb nail images, but when I double click the them to preview the video files, I
Re: P2 Viewer Plus 10.8.2
by Joel Freedman 7 years ago
Are you shooting in AVC-INTRA If so you will need to have the intra drivers on the machine with the P2 software. I had that problem. loaded the drivers and all was fine. Joel Freedman www.2hungrydogs.
GPS Coordinates burned into frame on Panasonic HPX
by Brad Bores 7 years ago
I shoot pre-construction videos for excavating contractors before they begin construction on roadways with a Panasonic HPX 170 and lately the engineers have been requiring a continuous GPS coordinate
Re: GPS Coordinates burned into frame on Panasonic HPX
by Joel Freedman 7 years ago
I don't think you could do it in camera. You could build a rig to mount something like a gopro shooting a GPS, then key, or wipe in that signal to your camera video in editing. Good luck Joel Freedman
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