I have two miniDV devices, once again Sonyand Panasonic. Now I would like to know if I am the recordings of the Panasonic is synonymous with the Sony dub easily and vice versa. Reason is that I like better the Sony program for this, besides the dubbing does not Sonyzum s.Netz hang.
Now, I wonder whether the damage is in quality, with one dubbing to other manufacturers. I have recorded on a cassette with two camcorders and they transferred it with the Panasonic seemed to be ok, though synonymous, the Sony sound quality was bad, but this probably depends s.Gerät (and the Panasonic is probably better nen Microsystems).
Are there any experiences?
Antwort von tommyb:
There are no differences in the dubbing. The digital data from the miniDV tape are always the same, regardless of which capture device with you all on the calculator transmits.
Benefits should be synonymous, however, the Firewire interface.
By the way, with the program can be transmitted throughout the WinDV too. And then you have to use is not necessarily the program for the SONY SONY-Camera ...
Antwort von Büschel:
Ok, I'll be looking at WinDV times.
But how compelling via firewire? The practical s.Panasonic thing is that it synonymous transferred via USB. Because I'm just not a Firewire cable there. I've been really seen as no restrictions.
Antwort von Bernd E.:
... why necessarily via Firewire? The practical s.Panasonic thing is that it synonymous transferred via USB ... I have really seen no restrictions as far ...
If your Panasonic is one of the few camcorders that have high-speed USB and DV actually synonymous in the original quality can transfer via USB 2.0, this is in Comparison to Firewire Although limitations associated with the workflow - the quality is the same. One of the limitations mentioned, but one that is often not compatible with other existing Capture Software: WinDV for example, requires Firewire.