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Frage von Frank Hartwig:


Moin together

my father has some old videos transferred to its Panasonic.
The synonymous now I would have liked, but they would like to pursue further synonymous or
editing. To do this I would have s.liebsten the uncompressed raw data.
Hence my questions.

If the data on the hard drive of the recorder uncompressed before?

By dubbing to DVD compression losses generated?

What chance do I have the data on my PC to take over?
And so intact as possible?

The recorder has the following connections

HDMI Output (HDMI Ver. 1.3)
DV Input (IEEE1394/iLink)
Component output (YUV)
Scart x Anschluss2
Front-AV (S-video / video / audio IN)
S-Video output (Hosiden)
Video Output (RCA)
Audio Output (RCA)
Optical Digital Output
(PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG)

Or maybe hard drive to expand and cloning?

Thanks in advance

Frank




Antwort von Heiko Schultz:

Frank Hartwig wrote:
> Hi together,
>
> My dad has some old videos transferred to its Panasonic.
> The I would now like to synonymous, synonymous, but they would like to pursue further or
> To edit. To do this I would have s.liebsten the uncompressed raw data.
> Therefore my questions.
>
> If the data on the hard drive of the recorder uncompressed before?
>
> If by dubbing to DVD compression losses generated?
>
> What option do I have the data on my PC to take over?
> And so intact as possible?
>
> The Recorder has the following connections
>
> HDMI-Output (HDMI Ver. 1.3)
> DV Input (IEEE1394/iLink)
> Component output (YUV)
> Scart Anschluss2 x
> Front-AV (S-video / video / audio IN)
> S-Video output (Hosiden)
> Video Output (RCA)
> Audio Output (RCA)
> Optical Digital Output
> (PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG)
>
> Or maybe hard drive to expand and cloning?
>
>
>
> Thanks in advance
>
>
> Frank

So that the video as uncompressed on disk should be, I think
times for not likely! This is likely to MPEG2, the quality
dependent of the bitrate, which in the recording was not set.

If the video is beyond the capacity of a DVD, it would at
burn compressed again. Maybe you can split it so synonymous,
that the files the size of a DVD will then remain at least the
Bitrate untouched.

If there are many videos that are really all about 4.35 GB in size, then
I probably would expand the plate synonymous.
--
Greeting
Heiko




Antwort von Joachim Bussmann:

Hi Frank,

> If the data on the hard drive of the recorder uncompressed before?

No, the recorder should almost certainly with the same format
on the hard drive write it synonymous to DVD-RAM writes: The
MPEG2 is in a. VRO file

> If by dubbing to DVD compression losses generated?

Depends on how the "dubbing" exactly expires.

> What option do I have the data on my PC to take over?
> And so intact as possible?

Simply remove the film from the recorder of hard drive to DVD-RAM copy
let.

> Or maybe hard drive to expand and cloning?

A more sub-optimal idea: one loses thereby possibly
remaining warranty and the other was not sure whether
the hard drive s.PC ever be able to read (file!)

HTH

Joachim






Antwort von Bernd Daene:

Frank Hartwig wrote:
>
> If by dubbing to DVD compression losses generated?

In the "Quick Copy" will be the actual picture and audio unchanged
written on the disc. The "real-time copy, they are decompressed
and re-compressed. With a "quick copy" so you avoid further
Losses.

If the recorder Quick Copy denied, then either the Studio
too big for the DVD (up to 2h SP, LP to 4h, etc.), or the ability to quickly copy
was at the time of recording in the setup voted.

The path on DVD-RAM would probably still go, but you need then
PC-RAM capable drive and possibly an extra driver.

> Or maybe hard drive to expand and cloning?

According dvdboard.de is the filesystem of the Panasonics is not easy to
mount. Rumors speak of VxWorks, but this is unconfirmed.

Bernd




Antwort von Frank Hartwig:

Bernd Daens wrote:
> Frank Hartwig wrote:
>>
>> If by dubbing to DVD compression losses generated?
>
> In the "Quick Copy" will be the actual picture and sound
> Unchanged on the disk is written. The "real-time Copy
> They are decompressed and compressed again. With a
> "Quick copy" so you avoid further
> Losses.

I will try.

> If the recorder Quick Copy denied, then either the
> Recording too big for the DVD (up to 2h SP, LP to 4h, etc.), or the
> Quick Copy ability was at the time of recording in the Setup
> Unselected.
>
> The path on DVD-RAM would probably still go, but you
> Then the PC will need a RAM-compatible drive and possibly a
> Extra Drivers.

This could be synonymous, I still testing, DVD-RAM is available

>> Or maybe hard drive to expand and cloning?
>
> According to the file system is dvdboard.de the Panasonics are not so easily
> Further to mount. Rumors speak of VxWorks, but it is
> Unconfirmed.

That's what I feared, if the above does not work I'm doing 'nen
Attempt.

You and all the other answers first thanks

Frank





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