I have a Hitachi DVD Camcorder DZ MV580 (8 cm DVD) have only a limited capacity. The camcorder has a USB connection to the Calculator, and an AV output to Television. The hulls software I can capture only on DVD recorded things on the PC. Is there a way to include this with your camcorder movies directly to the PC hard drive? Hitachi said the service "with a FireWire cable. The camera has this port but not at all. At Saturn, who knew nothing synonymous. It would still be a program that recognizes the camera and thus can operate (ie, the capture, I believe)?? Thanks for your help.
Antwort von isaak:
Hello I do not no your camera. But there are generally only a few possibilities of dub video from a digital camera to your PC: 1.Analog (the port for the TV) cons: loss of quality when dubbing, UU Sound and Picture not not recommend synchronously. (to) 2.Digital: a) no USB deeds loss, but many editing programs recognize the Camera with USB cable at all. b) FireWire Kapel, best quality, since no Kommprimierung MINI DV cassette to fit approx 1 hour = 12 GB c) MiniDisk FireWire cable is not necessary, since digital data already on the Disk are. Advantage: When dubbing, no data loss. Disadvantage: Because kommprimiert (MPEG2) poor quality compared with Mini DV. The following applies to you: Your data on the MINIDISK to the PC spielen.Eine analog dubbing still brings greater loss of quality! isaak
Antwort von Markus:
An analog dubbing still brings greater quality loss!
When digital recordings so not on your PC (and the s.besten cutable in a format like, ie DV-AVI), then I capture via analog Y / C cable and Canopus A / D converter. The layman does not detect the slightest difference to the purely digital transfer, an expert says it best, something to recognize when he was alerted to the transfer method. The sound remains the way, always synchronously.
1.Analog (the port for the TV) cons: loss of quality when dubbing, UU Sound and Picture not not recommend synchronously. (to)
The A / D Convert is a cheap video grabber card or a TV set, of course, everyone recognizes the difference lay. ;-)