I want to film a theater program of an artist and he wants to offer the recordings and then possibly on television. Now, however, an acquaintance told me that TV stations do not accept because of the danger of viruses DVDs, only tapes. But is it?
A tape device for dubbing of recordings I have not, unfortunately, and in Google I have found no relevant information about what the transfer of DVDs s.Fernsehsender concerns!
I could therefore only the HD video files on a data DVD burn, so that WHO can then be offered to the television. A normal DVD in standard resolution (Mpeg2) would certainly not because of poorer quality, are particularly suitable for TV! Or, as you see it?
Thanks in advance!
Antwort von nicecam:
Ask The transmitter and the process perhaps synonymous different.
The WDR was 2 years ago times without problems, a DVD of me s.and read it on.
A newspaper recently accepted the other hand, no CD, just because of the danger of viruses. E-mails will be answered there.
HD material to SD-DVD disc is certainly preferable.
But the expert for all your questions, I am not safe here, there still should be able to say what others do so.
Antwort von RickyMartini:
Whether optical disk, flash memory, or e-mail - wherever there may be malware nest ""! ;)