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  1. Hello - I'm wondering if someone could help me out here. I've got a 633, and I'm wanting to make sure I use SD and CF cards from the approved media list. https://www.sounddevices.com/support/approved-media/6-series-approved-media-list In the list, for the SanDisk SD cards, it lists the following (for example): 128... SanDisk ...Extreme PLUS; SDXC/UHS-1, Class 10; 80 MB/s (bold is mine) For some other cards, they sometimes specify read and write speeds, but for the SanDisk lines they only list one number. Is that meant to be the read speed, or write speed? I want to be sure, because when I look for this card on Amazon... https://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-Extreme-Write-SDSDXN-128G-G46-Version/dp/B00MBFPT1W/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1503881057&sr=1-1-fkmr1&keywords=SanDisk+Extreme+80mb%2Fs+16gb ...it says 80 MB/s on the disk but lists only a 40 mb/s write speed (60mb/s for older model) So, for those who have tried to stick with the approved list, I have a few questions about the SanDisk SD cards: 1) does the required 80 MB/S refer to the read or write speeds? 2) if a similar SanDisk SD card is listed as 90MB/s but has a write speed of 60MB/s, is this acceptable or do the numbers have to be exact? Since the SanDisk SD cards are so popular, I'm thinking I can't be the only one who has wrestled with this. I appreciate any insight. Thanks in advance!!
  2. Hey, So im new here. Great site with a wealth of info - i hope to share some of my experiences as time goes by. Im kinda new to the Film Sound world and have been gathering great experiences for the past few months - I work mainly as a " 1-man-band ", doing all the Booming, Mixing and Recording on Indie productions. I love it and hope to make a career as a Sound Recordist. Heres my Situation: SOUND DEVICES 552 feeding a TASCAM dr70D Recorder - Outputing 552 DIRECT OUT, PRE-FADE to the Tascam = 4 channels of I.S.O Using the Internal 552 recorder as a MIX . eg: Lavs Left MIX / Booms Right Mix. On my latest project, Post want a POLY - Wav FILE. 6 Channels ( 4 I.S.O & 2 MIX) for each shot. Since this is my first request for such( most are fine with re-named mono files) in my ignorance I've been trying , un-successfully, to combine the files in WAVE AGENT but with no luck. It seems to be a problem due to the start/end times of each recording not matching exactly - since I have to press record on the 2 machines for each shot/take. My question : Is it even possible to combine files from 2 seperate machines into a single polyfile. Is there a work around for this? Anyone been here before and can offer me some advice would be great! I just wanna do what is standard operating procedure for the future ;-) Im not using Timecode Cheers, Tim
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