hallo, hab mal ne question and would be glad if someone could help me. Unzwar I have before me about 1 year, a camera bought because I wanted to start filming, unfortunately this is a dvd camcorder and has only one analog output. Now, I consider me a Canopus ADVC of zuzulegen. As I previously always strong quality losses by the analog recording was, I hope a better quality through the ADVC only I do not know whether the investment is worthwhile. MfG Bleek
Antwort von Viejo:
So take your camera directly to DVD ", ie, in MPEG2 format! This format is unfortunately very bad nachzubearbeiten. For cutting and editing, I would only once in DV - convert video. There are 2 options:
1. About the DVD drive of your PC: So you could be the MPEG2 files directly on the hard drive and then copy eg with VirtualDub and a DV codec (such as Panasonic, it's free) to convert DV. Disadvantage: The DVD needs to be finalized, so it you can read in the PC!
2. Analogue play: Here I can not imagine that you are of "high quality losses" are talking about. Since you referred synonymous Digital DV converter would have come at a ADVC only add an analog line, because the analogy so directly after DV encoded. If you have S-video transfer, this "loss" but absolutely negligible! How did you your previous bad experiences with analog capture that? Some with a TV card? Then, nothing surprises me! The converters are relatively good, but because of the extra sound on the sound card goes, there are usually significant asynchronitäten between Picture and Sound. If you are with a TV card is not in full PAL Resolutionvon 720x576 pixels aufnimmst, you can forget it right (=> strong losses)! In a ADVC-Sync can such problems do not occur in practice. And you save yourself after each turning a DVD-Ram, because without you finalize yes after dubbing delete it!
Antwort von Quadruplex:
only I do not know whether the investment is worthwhile.
Certainly not for your purpose. DVD (as the speaker described finalized) into the DVD drive and is good ...