I still have several from past times, and then fully machined and rendered on my old DV camcorder plays back movies. So they are only available on DV tape.
Anyone know if there is a way to reload it into an editing program or in a conversion program to outsource them then on a hard drive?
Antwort von RickyMartini:
You copy the material as before, synonymous to disk and ready! ;) How to create folders you know sure. After MPEG2 could then convert the still synonymous.
Antwort von JOKA011:
But a file, copy whatever format a hard drive, it must still exist as a file erstmal be. As far as I know, the finished video as an AVI stored on the tape. So they must first AVI file from a tape back to the calculator. That is the point to which my question refers. Can I download the video as normal again from the DV camcorder via firewire into an editing program, though it has indeed been fully edited. It then convert and save them as synonymous as always, I do not believe the issue.
Antwort von Markus73:
So they must first AVI file from a tape back to the calculator.
Well, sometime I can not understand your question exactly. Exactly this process you have made but as a videographer probably hundreds of system to merge a video from a tape in the calculator, or not?
Whether this material is now being processed or not, is nevertheless completely no preference, DV-AVI is DV-AVI, ready.
Antwort von Bernd E.:
... Can I download the video as normal again from the DV camcorder via firewire into an editing program, though it has indeed been completely processed ...
No problem: your edited video and replayed on tape is different in this point be incorporated into ninth way of a video that was with the camera. Consequently synonymous runs (; from re-dub) are completely identical.
Antwort von JOKA011:
Now I understand it, thank you. The penny has dropped a bit slow. Get it at test time. So once again thanks for the info .....
Antwort von Medienmacher:
As far as I know, the finished video as an AVI stored on the tape. So they must first AVI file from a tape back to the calculator.
This is wrong! On the DV tape, the video is not available as an AVI file. AVI is a computer-based container format, in which various video codecs place. Just as Quicktime MOV. Such files can on a CD or DVD, memory card or hard drive available, but they do not lie on a videotape. On the DV tape are only zeros and ones, sorted in DV video standard. If you import the tape is s.Calculator an AVI (; or MOV) come of it. Only then!