I had a question that is not only interested me for years, but now quite acute, especially my father, who would not hesitate to set a digital camcorder. I hope that the issue has not already been covered umpteen times in the forum, at least I have not found anything in the forum search.
My father is still speak of the old school and has always used with his Super 8 camera for holiday films, etc. made the cut virtually in the camera - that is, he just was not filmed on it pointless going on, but each time, before the Recording has started already considered how the s.Ende everything looks together.
The same was so synonymous never a problem with analog video cameras and digital camcorders that have recorded on tape.
Now, take even the latest hard disks and memory-card camcorder as far as I know all to just individual clips per Recording; and that's the problem: My father would like to just shoot straight on and s.Ende a beautiful, continuous film without any short interruptions zwishcen setting can watch s.Television by cable.
So my question: Is it synonymous hard disks or memory card camcorder, offering the option, instead of many small clip to easily create a large? So that one can decide to speak even when a new file to be created?
Would be great if there's something.
Thank you for your help.
Antwort von tommyb:
Most camcorder with memory card (and hard drive) can play all the clips one by one. That looks like a single file, only it is not.
And no, camcorder write a single file does not exist (especially the technical background has).
Antwort von gunman:
[ And no, a camcorder write only file does not exist (which has mainly technical backgrounds). [/ quote]
Tommyb, I think you're wrong, because with my JVC GY HM 100 I can set that when you shoot there is only a single file.
There are, as far as I know, even your camcorder, especially in the consumer sector, where the files can already cut in the camcorder.
Antwort von tommyb:
From 4GB but would end with the single file. Fat32 hello. (Or the camera uses a different format for the memory card?)