have once bit the sd mode of the HV40 tested in lowlight compared to the Panasonic GS320 which I possess synonymous (which hv already a lot better in lowlight, synonymous in sd mode) ask only for actual, are quality loss if I with the GS320, the material The HV40 capture?
Antwort von nicecam:
We talk about the capture of digital material. The quality of the recording during dubbing is preserved and is independent of the player.
Possibly, there are playback problems of other nature, such as dropouts, though with a different device is captured for as with the recording device. So far, therefore a limitation of my above statement made.
But you realize you only with the Panasonic DV recorded tapes can capture the HV-40?
But why do you use all the SD mode, the HV-40? Even if you get this in the NLE expect fewer problems because you are only SD material in the timeline - you can still HD and SD material can be mixed together.
Besides, you always have a quality advantage by HDV. You can, if necessary (easy) to zoom in on NLE HDV material. At issue in SD quality should not notice.