abfilmen PC Screen (; DV cam with DV-in / graphics card with TV-out: Re
Frage von Martin Wittmann: Juni 2005
I have there times a question. We must here filming for a very large project, a PC program with the best quality, the whole is then published on a DVD that one should look s.normalen TV. I understand that because of the low resolution, the program will look pretty bad s.TV, but it concerns us only to give our customers what they can do with our Kuechenplannertool can do.
When I made the last time something like the university, I have my DV cam with DV-in s.meine graphics card with TV-out connected. Is that the best way or are there other options?
I would be grateful for any tip mfg from Malmö / Martin
Antwort von VolkerS:
now there are a lot of tools (; eg HyperCam Screen Recorder) to record any movement or action on the screen and save it as a movie. That should bring much better results than filming.
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: : Hi, : : I have there times a question. We need here for a very large project, a PC program : Filming in the best possible quality, the whole is then placed on a DVD : Published, you should look s.normalen TV. I understand that because : The low resolution, the program will look pretty bad s.TV us is : But just to give our customers what we with our Kuechenplannertool : So everything can make. : : When I made the last time something like the university, I have my DV cam with DV-in : S.meine graphics card with TV-out connected. Is that the best way or is there : Other options? : I would be grateful for any tip : Mfg of Malmö : / Martin
Antwort von Martin Wittmann:
just wanted to make out that I get maximum quality. We have a program of Macromedia, which means Captiative, video recorders are so pretty bad. The problem is that we do not want to record vector graphics only, but something like this: http://www.mediamartin.de/stuff/video.html
Will not it be better if I record the TV-out via the function of the graphics card?
Antwort von Stashiq:
I have the same problem as synonymous. I would like filming the screen, or part thereof and dv-qualified to save it then in Premiere Elements (; editing program) to feed. I manage it with the TechSmith Camtasia Studio of synonymous quite well. Unfortunately, very jerky image after export from premiere. So you can not live! Perhaps this is s.NTSC-> PAL conversion or something ... someone knows and has a tip, thanks!
Antwort von Johannes:
There are synonymous extra programe like Fraps or gamescam Fraps can runtheraden man in vain. About the quality I have not compared with DV but is good for my purposes.
Antwort von Markus:
[Camtasia Studio] Perhaps this is s.NTSC-> PAL conversion or something ...
Which settings you cut for the screen with? Could not the frame rate to 25 fps; switch (PAL)?