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Panasonic NV-GS1 Filmübertragung mit extremen Qualitätsverlust

Panasonic NV-GS1 film transfer with extreme quality loss



Frage von tingle:
Juni 2006

Hello,
have the following problem with my camcorder Panasonic NV-GS1:

When connecting it via Firewire, it is properly recognized,
even the name of the device appears in Windows.
It can be operated via Pinnacle Studio version 9 as synonymous on the windows movie maker and the film is on without disturbance
desired quality level recorded over.
The movie preview, as synonymous to the finished film is rendered, however,
in a terribly faded and heavily pixellated quality
played.
What could be the reason?
Operating system: Windows XP Professional SP2
Firewire cable: not of Panasonic, was present at pinnacle studio
Please help mir.Bin already on thinking whether I would rather not have a Mac
should take.
Thanks in advance



Antwort von VolkerS:

Hello,

format in which the film was transferred to the output and to what? Where have you seen the film (PC or TV) on DVD? What kind of computer do you have? etc.
You'll have to make some more precise information so you can help someone.

PS: There are plenty of people who create videos on their PC and thus achieve satisfactory results. So the fact that it is not a MAC, it will not lie.



Antwort von tingle:

Hi, I have pretty much tried everything.
1.Habe Pc film on the highest quality level stored
(Of Pinnacle strongly discouraged format)
2.als svcd burned since (no dvd burner)
3.auf videotape and transferred directly synonymous times
considered by the camcorder.
At last-called point there were no problems, best quality.
My system: AMD Athlon XP3200 +
RAM 512 MB
Motherboard: Asus
graphics card: Asus V9999 before it enters 3d Prophet III (problem with both on)





Antwort von prem:

Hello Tingle,
the poor quality could be based upon that
Thou in SVCD format captures, ie the
Transfer the DV-AVI (is 720 * 576 pixels)
in real time to SVCD format (480x576)
converted.
Capture first time, the DV-AVI without conversion 1:1
on the plate, then convert it with a good
SVCD encoder (like TMPGEnc for example, how good is Pinnacle?)
and burn it to CD.
Visible quality loss, however, are for SVCD
inevitably a DVD Burners (synonymous costs no more to
World).
Gruss
ph



Antwort von Spike²:

"Anonymous" wrote:
Hello Tingle,
the poor quality could be based upon that
You captures the SVCD format


Hello,
I do not believe that it is because.
For example, pinnacle you will initially asked if you want to dub the material in full DV -. Mpeg, or preview quality on the PC.
Burning a SVCD or Dvd comes later.
I then select full DV quality, and comes out only gepixel.



Antwort von tingle:

Hello,
have the following problem with my camcorder Panasonic NV-GS1:

When connecting it via Firewire, it is properly recognized,
even the name of the device appears in Windows.
It can be operated via Pinnacle Studio version 9 as synonymous on the windows movie maker and the film is on without disturbance
desired quality level recorded over.
The movie preview, as synonymous to the finished film is rendered, however,
in a terribly faded and heavily pixellated quality
played.
What could be the reason?
Operating system: Windows XP Professional SP2
Firewire cable: not of Panasonic, was present at pinnacle studio
Please help mir.Bin already on thinking whether I would rather not have a Mac
should take.
Thanks in advance



Antwort von steveb:

double posting .... tsetse ... we do not do here.



Antwort von tingle:

Sorry was a mistake



Antwort von Spike²:

Hi,
when the full DV quality lands on the PC, then liegts s.der subsequent MPEG-2 encoding. Either good for your Pinnacle encoder basically nothing or it is misconfigured.
Gruss
ph

S-VCD-specific.:

SVCD - 'Super Video Compact Disc'

A CD-ROM with high-quality video - and audio data. Typically, a SVCD contains about 35 ~ 45 minutes (650MB) video - and audio in stereo quality (s.of is the data rate, with which was coded). The video - and audio data are stored in MPEG-2 format, very similar to the DVD. The quality of SVCD video is higher than VHS tapes.

SVCD Video Parameter:

* Resolution: 480x576 (PAL)
*) Repetition rate (frame rate: 25 frames / second (PAL)
* Video data rate: Variable bit-rate of up to 2600 kbps
* Audio settings: 32 ~ 384 kbps MPEG-1 Layer e 2 Audio Bit Rate

NOTE: together may exceed the maximum sound - and video data rates not 2750kbps



Antwort von Tingle:

"Anonymous" wrote:
Hi,
when the full DV quality lands on the PC, then liegts s.der subsequent MPEG-2 encoding.

Hi, thanks for the quick reply.
The problem is simply that the full DV quality not only
tribunal.

MFG.Tingle



Antwort von Markus:

"tingle" wrote:
Operating system: Windows XP Professional SP2

"Guest" wrote:
I then select full DV quality, and comes out only gepixel.

A pixel is a picture of the known problems of SP2. Look at this time in the post



Antwort von Tingle:

Hi, many thanks for your support.
Had unfortunately not figure after I glöscht windows xp
and windows did contain old 2000 that synonymous here the problem exists.
How can there still be?
Thanks in advance.
MFG. Tingle



Antwort von Markus:

Captures you still in a compression format (eg, SVCD)? Transferring the data from the tape at the same time the calculator, so as DV-AVI. Learn More: FireWire FAQ">7th How come the images from the tape on the calculator?

How do you rate the quality of your recordings? On Television or s.Computermonitor? See Video recordings s.PC monitor do not look good.



Antwort von Tingle:

"Mark" wrote:
Captures you still in a compression format (eg, SVCD)? Transferring the data from the tape at the same time the calculator.
How do you rate the quality of your recordings? On Television or s.Computermonitor? Video recordings see s.PC monitor not look good.


Hello, unfortunately I can rule out both.
Even when burn on cd and followed by viewing
on the Dvd Player, there was uncertainty and podium training.
Poor quality also synonymous to the hard drive available.
Might not a driver s.fehlen are synonymous?
MFG Tingle



Antwort von Markus:

Okay, again for the record: If you burn your film to CD so that it can read a DVD player, then this quality is lost!

Time you read in the basics of video-on-CD format in order to understand why this is so: Video -CD, SVCD.

And now for Comparison:
MiniDV , DVD-Video

Frankly, I have a feeling that I want to take for someone. Philip (aka J. Klunk), you're it again?




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