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    Anyone use Adobe Onlocation?

    I would like some info on it, just like, rate it n such

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    I've been using it a bit. I haven't given it a thorough test but I've got a quick review here:

    http://www.mediacollege.com/adobe/onlocation/
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    can you take the audio from like, a usb mixers feed and have it record that with the camera's video feed?

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    I've tried the demo of the previous version, it seems interesting, should help a lot, but I never had a real use for it during my demo period. If I get CS3, I'll probably be using it a lot.
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    can you take the audio from like, a usb mixers feed and have it record that with the camera's video feed?
    No, you can only select one recording device at a time. A workaround would be to plug the mic into the camera's external mic input.
    Dave Owen
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    not sure what it think of it yet. I have CS3 on order, and the i will have the full version. I will give you an updated report with more use. It will defiantly have its advantages, it just looks like it may be too complicated to learn all the ins and outs.
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    would you still have the quality loss of conversion as you would plugging a mic into the camcorders external mic input? I mean, an hdv camera records mpeg II at 44.1, right? Would you still get that compression if you use onlocation?

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    You would still get the same compression, but it's not worth worrying about IMO. Just my opinion of course - others may disagree.
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