I come with the dubbing of my Digital8 tapes aufn laptop is next. OS is Vista.
The camcorder is fairly old, and he should say goodbye to me, I will have no Digital8 buy more, so I need a different fuse than the tapes.
I will not necessarily burn to CD, only look easy.
Then it is probably the most sensible way to buy one or two new external hard disks, rather than decrease because of the files to begin with (even shooting at night or in the gloom, the only mau, I think).
I play with it over the Windows Movie Maker, then) are so concise als.avi than 20 GB (Mpeg2. Have synonymous with the 9GB, since it is the same.
For my little confused: neither the VLC player (my standard) or Winamp to play these videos from the right. VLC goes as long as I do not fast forward, then the speed is still much too fast, the video jerky. Only the Windows Media Player goes.
With Avidemux, I can not open the files.
In what may be - for large files? I will dub the tapes at some point yes, then the files are not the schrottig and it all away?
Antwort von Bernd E.:
... Digital8 tapes ... I play with it over the Windows Movie Maker, then the so-slightly more than 20 GB (Mpeg2 als.avi) ...
How MPEG2 comes into play? Digital8 is basically nothing other than DV, so should arrive on the calculator as a DV-AVI with a memory requirement of around 13GB per hour.
Antwort von Avalon2801:
Yes, that's true, I've missed, 13 GB per hour is correct.
In Avidemux states only way that the file can be opened.