As I capture a video of a Camera with 8mm tape s.besten?
Frage von KloMeister: Dezember 2006
I have a Samsung VP-W70 Pal Camera with 8mm Hi8 Kassezten. The camera has an AV output and an S-video output
How do I get the video tape of the possible loss on my computer?
How do I make it in the moment:
I have an Ati Radeon X800 XT All in Wonder with an integrated TV tuner. Where can I get with the cable of the camera, which is an RCA video output sound and video output (AV OUT) in my graphics card with video IN and Sound IN plug. To record the video then I use VirtualDub to get there then I can picture and the whole store, but when I adopted Resolution higher than 320 x 240 constitutes the Picture stutters more and more the higher the Resolutionund it gets synonymous strip when the picture changed. Moreover, the colors auchnichtmehr so strongly as to the Camera. And by the general low resolution Looks the whole video is no longer so beautiful.
Now my question:
Yes, how do I get the video because almost lossless with a high Resolutionauf my computer? Just as I do, it can surely not the optimal solution.
Schonmaö Thank you for the answers, which I hope will come!
Antwort von StefanS:
Once you get the notice on the homepage, but please only once the search function to use, have steadfastly ignored, whether you here Again, why is there.
The search term "Hi8 AND PC" - without quotes - is currently 808 hits, including several from the last few days. Would that have been too much to ask?
The fifth thread of the way, you bring up next.
Antwort von Jan:
About the graphics card erhällt are usually the worst picture. Better analog to digital converter - Top of the Canopus ADVC 55 or zb synonymous Teratec & Co. Good DVD recorder sometimes bring the same level, with Digital 8 cameras gibts partially synonymous good results.
1. AD converter like Canopus 2. DVD recorder (S-video important) 3. Digital 8 Camera (S-Video wennn possible) 4. graphics card
Depending on the equipment used but may have differences in synonymous give my order.