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This format supports multiple frame sizes, frame rates, scanning types and quality modes.
Depending on product line or a particular model, not all modes of this format may be available.
Tapeless camcorders that record onto solid-state memory cards, use MP4 container for high definition audio/video, and DV-AVI container for DV video.
JVC camcorders that use XDCAM EX recording format, are also capable of recording into Quick Time container besides using MP4 container.
Sony claims that at 50 Mbit/s it offers visual quality that is comparable to Digital Betacam MPEG IMX is not supported in the XDCAM EX product line.
MPEG HD is used in all product lines except for XDCAM SD.
The discs are reliable and robust, suitable for field work (something which has previously been a problem with many disc-based systems).
Additionally, the cost of media is comparable to existing professional formats.
Some camcorders that allow DVCAM recording can record progressive-scan video.
MPEG HD422 doubles the chroma horizontal resolution compared to the previous generations of high-definition video XDCAM formats.
To accommodate the improved chroma detail, video bitrate has been increased to 50 Mbit/s. Proxy AV is used to record low resolution proxy videos.
Audio is recorded in uncompressed PCM form for all formats except proxy video, which uses A-law compression.
Equipment that uses Professional Disc as well as XDCAM 4:2:2 on Sx S cards as recording media employs MXF container to store digital audio/digital video streams.
XDCAM is a series of products for digital recording using random access solid-state memory media, introduced by Sony in 2003.