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Frage von Stahl:
September 2008

Have before me useine for zt. cheap 3-chip Panasonic zuzulegen.
Have so far only with Sonygearbeitet-fleisig and copied in the Casabl.
purely and rausgespielt by fire-wire.Immer best!
In the case of a transfer to a foreign Sonygab but synchronous oscillations in the sound.
Kann mir sowas (especially over time) with the Panasonic and other companies / similar cameras made?



Antwort von Jan:

Hello,

with DV, it should not normally a problem, because the sound is required - an uncompressed PCM digital sound with 48 kHz and 16 bit. It is but with the second setting in the Camera - 12-bit sound - depending on the program problems - there is nothing I have heard. Possibly synonymous with an operating error of genutzen Software - wrong bits.

12-bit sound has more tracks, which were not yet in widespread PC dubbing was a great help.

There, the user still has the necessary track had to built by Micro or via external Micro its sound directly into the camera to change. The 12-bit sound today but by the software with the dozens of soundtracks are no longer needed.

Although several possibilities Sonyhat with multichannel (via external microphone) synonymous with MiniDV cameras, but they must still conform to the DV standard remain.

For hard disks and DVD cameras of the Sony brand but it can give problems, since depending on the model synonymous a 5 channel sound recording, Panasonic makes the already now synonymous with some HD camcorders.

VG
Jan



Antwort von Stahl:

The sound then worked through Analogübersp.
My question was on vorallem Pictureübertr. & Linkage of
various related companies. Theoret. need via the Fire-wire match but practically?








Antwort von jazzy_d:

The location of the video heads is never 100% identical in different cams. Therefore, it can always be "problems" come in such situations.



Antwort von Jan:

Under normal circumstances there should be no problems, I had already explained that the DV system is standardized, no preference which company is concerned, they must s.die basic specifications hold.

At Canon it is (for a consumer MiniDV Camera) just like Panasonic or Sonyein digital sound with PCM 12 or 16 bits, which is synonymous with JVC otherwise.

If you take it exactly, then you should watch a Camera to buy a class higher, ie with DVCAM recording, such as the 170th PD
In DVCAM devices may be by the sound Syncronisierten no problems.

Under normal circumstances, I have no problems with MiniDV cameras had different origins. Often, I have Canon Panasonic with mixed material, and synonymous dubbing different cameras used. It can therefore only one exception (yes - perhaps camera track is not optimal), or my second tip.

I think rather s.eine incorrect setting of the program. Were the recordings made with 12-bit?

VG
Jan



Antwort von Stahl:

With the 12 bit I can now no longer feststellen.Ist but unlikely ..
Thanks for the good info to confirm my experience otherwise.




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