Analog video camera - frame rate of TV card is not supported
Frage von Kiki: September 2005
Hello! I have connected a 230E Grundig LC via a TV card s.meinen Calculator. All previously tried out the camera capture programs are synonymous. My problem is that the TV card (Lifetec LT 9415) probably the Resolutionbzw. Frame rate of 25fps is not supported.
What can I do? New TV card? Is there any drivers that can fix this?
Is there an alternative to TV card? Hab noch ne Firewire card for my DV camera (Canon MVX 200). Synonymous next does not really help me right? ^ ^
When I 29fps with HOST, then Picture and sound does not fit together anymore ...
Thank you in advance!
Antwort von StefanS:
The recording parameters are surely somewhere be adjustable. Granted, I do not know the map, but I firmly believe that if the card has been sold in Germany, this card is synonymous with the PAL standard works, and those are just 25 fps.
For existing Firewire port is, especially for quality reasons, preferring a more external converters. Does it cost money, however, synonymous again.
Antwort von GhostDog:
Hab noch ne Firewire card for my DV camera (Canon MVX 200).
Canon MV has an analog input. Then they would actually be used as a converter AV -> DV. Gruss ph
Antwort von Kiki:
Unfortunately, my DV camera has only one AV output and no input ...
I have tried with different programs to capture and sometimes I was able to set 25fps and sometimes I got an error message.
Can there be s.dem card drivers for the TV? Magix gives me the following error: The chosen frame rate or Resolutionwird of active video driver is not supported. Please choose a different setting!
Resolution320x240 Frame Rate 25
Drivers: TV Capture Card Capture (DShow)
Where do I get the correct drivers? I've been looking for me stupid and bungling ...
Thanks in advance
Antwort von Markus:
analog video devices can not find a PC because it takes place via the analog connection, no communication. The frame rate is not coming from the camcorder, but is of card produced the TV. Overall, I think TV cards are not very satisfactory in connection with the video editing.