With the decline of the Canon MVX3i the sound from the mixer. How?
Frage von roland: November 2005
Hello, I take in a concert soon. In addition, I will place the MVX3i next to the mixer to record the shot of the stage. I would also tap the sound of the Mackie 1202 mixer - ie without Microphone. S.besten How do I do that? I go by the mixer in AV-in or the mic input of your camcorder? Who can give tips? Anyone who has experience with the audio control as a constellation? Thank you before. Roland
Antwort von Markus:
the AV input of your camcorder probably only works in the "VCR" setting, not in the Camera mode. In this case, you can only feeding the sound through the microphone input.
But beware: The microphone input is working with a much lower voltage, ie, a line signal here would override hopeless. Is there s.einzusetzenden mixer an output for an unbalanced microphone signal? (I do not think).
Otherwise you could be synonymous, the line signal from the mixer run for Camera and adjust via a resistor. To build such a circuit can be sure someone else give you a hint, who knows it better.
Alternatively, you could sound synonymous with a separate device to record and synchronize the camera recording in post production. The ideal would be a record with 48 kHz sampling rate, since this is the standard for audio recording at Digital Video. (The music CD is working with 44.1 kHz).
PS: have your double, identical question, I deleted (see
Antwort von Roland:
You're right, the AV-in works only in VCR mode. The concert is gone and the problem has been solved: I s.meinem Mackie mixer unbalanced RCA outputs that I have put s.Mic-in the action. If the output level of the mixer to low and keep higher s.der Camera aussteuert (in my MVX3i manulle level control is possible) to the sounds pretty good. Regards
Antwort von Gast:
much better is a voltage divider in the large blade connector or XLR-Male to install. If only two resistors for a few cents!