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Camcorder Video auf PC überspielen, Problem: Datein viel zu groß

Video camcorder dubbing to PC problem: files too big



Frage von Gast12345:
April 2006

Ladies and Gentlemen,

before not too long ago I wanted to cover my camcorder videos on my computer. I have now tried with a firewire port and it worked right away.

The problem is that which the files are too big. One minute of film there are several hundred megabytes. Of this I have three video tapes. Each game has a length of sixty minutes.

Must be made at what point the various settings I know. The only question is, on the precise numbers, it must be placed so that the quality of the photographic material is yet to accept. In general, all one hundred and eighty minutes and the whole imagery have a dual layer disc.

Does anyone on these arts, he should sign on to.

Thank you in advance.



Antwort von Rapsody:

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Antwort von Gast:

With the info you can start unfortunately sowas of nothing.

Quote:
Ma just wanted to cover my camcorder videos to your PC.
Why? Cutting, archive, ...?

Quote:
1 min. Film are several hundred MB.
MiniDV suppose?

Quote:
How runterstelle that my program knows me, but what do I have to make it
What program?

Quote:
If you already have good quality
Good quality for what? And again: Cutting, archive, ...?








Antwort von StefanS:

What do you know about
- Video Codecs?
- DVDs?
- The relationship between image quality and data rate?
- The difference between AVI, DV-AVI and MPEG?
- The nonsense of the Megahypersuperduperpixeln

What software do you work?
Where the blank is to be played since then?

You would get the answers to your questions here in the forum synonymous with a hand full of search words found.

In short:

You have 180 minutes DV-AVI.
They are about 3 x 13 = 39 GB
Which must be encoded as MPEG, because due to DVD, which has about 8 GB
Video Bitrate: 5800
Audio Bitrate: 192

Greeting
Stefan



Antwort von Gast12345:

Okayy ..... s.StefanS

Video Codec = believe these are the video formats like avi, mpeg and co.
DVD = clear is that I work with .... no problem
Image quality and data rate = hears the Latin for me already on
Difference between AVI and co .= know of no

working with PowerProducer 3
Blank pavers will then be played on DVD player

now my question is: what fürn mpeg?? 2 or the normal

Thank schonmal



Antwort von Gast12345:

Dear Sir / Madam "guest",

I very much hope that my message is now accepted for their usage.

With adeliegem Greeting

PS: True ridiculous that there really are people who enjoy it and forums full of "spam."



Antwort von StefanS:

"Gast12345" wrote:
Okayy ..... s.StefanS

Video Codec = believe these are the video formats like avi, mpeg and co.
DVD = clear is that I work with .... no problem
Image quality and data rate = hears the Latin for me already on
Difference between AVI and co .= know of no

working with PowerProducer 3
Blank pavers will then be played on DVD player

now my question is: what fürn mpeg?? 2 or the normal

Thank schonmal


The data rates, with which it will manage you, the 180 minutes on a double layer disc, I get to have called you. What ails you, you've noticed in answering my questions themselves. The answers and / or information, you'll find in this forum that no one needs to write again.

A really good and detailed discussion relating to Video / PC / DVD, etc. You will find on www.edv-tipp.de

Although only really comprehensive and the reading will take a long time, trying out, Understand and understanding even longer, but better you can write None here.

Dicumyl stop fighting because of that we have made here all someday.

Greeting
Stefan



Antwort von Gast:

"Gast12345" wrote:
Dear Sir / Madam "guest",

I very much hope that my message is now accepted for their usage.

With adeliegem Greeting

My criticism s.deiner question had nothing whatsoever to do with your usage. But your (now yes "revised") question was simply to remove any information that would have led to a meaningful solution proposal.

So you want to create a DVD, your goal must be MPEG-2 format.

When asked whether you want to archive the material only, or whether it should be cut, you go give more detailed - so I guess you will just burn the raw material to DVD. Should you want to reprocess the material fact they are, then please by no means in the MPEG format. Why do not you here can here



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