Hello I have a JVC GR-D239E I connect the camcorder via firewire s.den PC. So far, everything works fine. Also, the dub itself on your PC's without problems. For editing, I use Power Director of Medion. However, the following problem synonymous occur with other editing programs. Once I saved the video on the PC and then play the Fetplatte of it is very blurred. Man might think it is composed of many mosaic pieces. And when I get the video onto a CD, DVD and burn a regular DVD player to play on the TV, I have the same result. Only when I connect the camcorder directly Television s.den the Picture is perfect.
Antwort von Gast1:
What resolution / color depth has your PC screen? Right-click on the screen, properties, settings ...
Antwort von Markus:
You have your description, the digital data (not images) of your camcorder to the computer unchanged. Could it be that you are a template for capturing to VCD quality you choose? (VCD = 25% of the possible resolution).
What software and what settings have gecapturet You? What does GSpot to the bad-looking video files?
Hello The screen resolution is: 1024x768-bit color quality at 32. I have dubbed the video with Power Manager of Medion. This does everything automatically work. I then wanted to burn a VCD of it. Something I must have been set incorrectly. What does capturing and what GSpot? I'm sorry, but you already see I'm layman. I have already used other Programs synonymous, but I always come to the same (bad) result. I am completely baffled. It may be natural that I use for capturing quality VCD ???!! have chosen. Thanks in advance. MfG Banzay
Antwort von Gast1:
OK, the screen resolution is fine. Capture refers to the transfer of data from the tape in your camcorder to the hard drive. The data are stored in the DV-AVI format on the tape. Normally you transfer the data one-to-one on the PC and edit it there (as it cuts ...). After you change the format in eg MPEG-1, which is the format for a VCD. PowerDirector can convert the data already in capturing in MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 (for DVD). That you probably have chosen and) there probably synonymous low data rate (= relatively low image quality. With PowerDirector you can choose between "analog" and "DV-capturing. In the analogy, you can choose different formats and data rates. The higher the data rate the better the picture. GSpot is an analysis program that will format, data rate, etc., indicate.
Antwort von beiti:
You should begin to DV quality (ie, unaltered capture), not to MPEG1 or irgendsowas. If you s.end another format (for example, need to VCD, SVCD, DVD) you can use the finished film after processing still convert.
If you burn a VCD s.end However, we remain the lousy quality, which is s.Format. If the quality is reasonably remain as the DV original, you already have to burn a DVD.