Project: a portable analog-mpeg converter with flash memory for helmet camera
Frage von Nils_h: September 2006
I play with the idea of building me a helmet camera recording device. The plan here: The analog AV signal from the camera to a processor (eg, of Texas Instruments) directly into an MPEG file convertiert and stored on a flash medium.
The benefits which I hope are firstly a low weight, a lower power consumption than camcorders, and paired a more robust overall (with cost, which can make a student ^ ^)
Has anyone of you built schonmal something similar? So on the one hand the change of AV in MPEG on ne hardware solution, and secondly, the retention of it. Would be grateful for all the tips and hints:)
Antwort von dudu:
hi niels, I think the problem will be the encoding. Most manufacturers of multimedia devices use a mp4 comp.
where is your problem with the camcorder? min my MV4i continues. 3h, and the full range of helmet / onboard from recordings, as your battery pack for the helmet camera is then likely close to synonymous with the end.
s.sich the idea is still good, but unfortunately no additional cost.
Antwort von naptune:
I'm the one with Aiptek Pocket DV 6800 try: gehts for slow rides quite well, but once you have changing light conditions and fast driving is the thing with the no longer with and compress the quality is getting worse. Moreover, it is difficult to process ASF files to cut, goes with ASF tools but then ...