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  1. Hello everybody, I am trying to wrap my mind around the idea of recording the material (in ProRes HQ) and proxies (also ProRes) simultaneously. Does it make any sense? The shoot itself is a series of lectures and promises a lot of data. Most likely I'll be using 2+ Canon C200 cameras. So far I've been thinking about the following: CAM - SDI - EXT.REC (SSD, ProResHQ) - SDI - DIR. MONITOR [no proxies] CAM - SDI - EXT.REC (SSD, ProResHQ) - AJA Ki Pro Mini [proxies] - SDI - DIR.MONITOR CAM - SDI - Atomos shogun 7 [no proxies] CAM - SDI - ODYSSEY 7Q (material and proxies on separate SSDs) - SDI - DIR.MONITOR Any experiences or suggestions shared would be much appreciated. Most likely there is a simple and direct solution which might never occur to me otherwise. Thank you, Anz
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